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Kang, Joo H. (강주헌)

Department
Department of Biomedical Engineering(바이오메디컬공학과)
Website
http://www.jookanglab.com
Lab
Translational Multiscale Biofluidics Lab. (멀티스케일응용바이오유체 연구실)
Research Keywords
체외진단 의료소자, 감염질환, 장기칩, 바이오유체기술, 기계생물학, 조직공학, 바이오정보학, 생물물리학, Biomedical devices, microfluidics, infectious disease, organ-on-a-chip, Regenerative engineering, Cancer-on-a-chip, Microfabrication Techniques, Mechanobiology, Vascular biology, Angiogenesis, Metastasis, Microfluidics, Nanobiotechnology, Magnetophoresis, Nanobiosensor, Cell separation, Cell Biology, Tissue Engineering
Research Interests
Translational Multiscale Biofluidics Laboratory is actively studying problems involving multiscale biological fluids that are related to disease models and developing biomedical devices translated into commercial products and new “theranostic” strategies. We aim to develop biomedical devices that enable to diagnose diseases in an early stage and new therapeutic strategies for treating diseases effectively. We extensively collaborate with clinical investigators, industrial partners, and start-ups. TMB Lab is a diverse group of members who have a broad range of expertise in engineering, physics, and medical research.
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2020-11An inflammatory vascular endothelium-mimicking microfluidic device to enable leukocyte rolling and adhesion for rapid infection diagnosisKwon, Seyong; Kurmashev, Amanzhol; Lee, Min Seok, et alARTICLE81 An inflammatory vascular endothelium-mimicking microfluidic device to enable leukocyte rolling and adhesion for rapid infection diagnosis
2020-10Phase Synchronization of fluid-fluid interfaces as hydrodynamically coupled oscillatorsUm, Eujin; Kim, Minjun; Kim, Hyungsoo, et alARTICLE40 Phase Synchronization of fluid-fluid interfaces as hydrodynamically coupled oscillators
2020-08Tunable SIM: observation at varying spatiotemporal resolutions across the FOVWoo, Taeseong; Jung, Su Hyun; Ahn, Cheolwoo, et alARTICLE21 Tunable SIM: observation at varying spatiotemporal resolutions across the FOV
2020-03Multiscale Biofluidic and Nanobiotechnology Approaches for Treating Sepsis in Extracorporeal CircuitsKang, Joo H.ARTICLE118 Multiscale Biofluidic and Nanobiotechnology Approaches for Treating Sepsis in Extracorporeal Circuits
2019-11Robust chemical bonding of PMMA microfluidic devices to porous PETE membranes for reliable cytotoxicity testing of drugsNgyuen, Thao; Jung, Su Hyun; Lee, Min Seok, et alARTICLE244 Robust chemical bonding of PMMA microfluidic devices to porous PETE membranes for reliable cytotoxicity testing of drugs
2019-08Vertically sheathing laminar flow-based immunoassay using simultaneous diffusion-driven immune reactionsKurmashev, Amanzhol; Kwon, Seyong; Park, Je-Kyun, et alARTICLE206 Vertically sheathing laminar flow-based immunoassay using simultaneous diffusion-driven immune reactions
2019-07Measurement of the magnetic susceptibility of subtle paramagnetic solutions using the diamagnetic repulsion of polymer microparticlesJang, Bong Hwan; Kwon, Seyong; Kang, Joo H.ARTICLE204 Measurement of the magnetic susceptibility of subtle paramagnetic solutions using the diamagnetic repulsion of polymer microparticles
2018-11Magnetic activated cell sorting (MACS) pipette tip for immunomagnetic bacteria separationOh, Sein; Jung, Su Hyun; Seo, Hyekyung, et alARTICLE509 Magnetic activated cell sorting (MACS) pipette tip for immunomagnetic bacteria separation
2018-08Investigation on vascular cytotoxicity and extravascular transport of cationic polymer nanoparticles using perfusable 3D microvessel modelAhn, Jungho; Cho, Chong-Su; Cho, Seong Woo, et alARTICLE603 Investigation on vascular cytotoxicity and extravascular transport of cationic polymer nanoparticles using perfusable 3D microvessel model
2018-08Advection Flows‐Enhanced Magnetic Separation for High‐Throughput Bacteria Separation from Undiluted Whole BloodJung, Su Hyun; Hahn, Young Ki; Oh, Sein, et alARTICLE612 Advection Flows‐Enhanced Magnetic Separation for High‐Throughput Bacteria Separation from Undiluted Whole Blood
2017-07An Engineered Human Fc-Mannose-Binding-Lectin Captures Circulating Tumor CellsKang, Joo H.; Driscoll, Harry; Mammoto, Akiko, et alARTICLE509 An Engineered Human Fc-Mannose-Binding-Lectin Captures Circulating Tumor Cells
2016-08A reconfigurable microfluidics platform for microparticle separation and fluid mixingHahn, Young Ki; Hong, Daehyup; Kang, Joo H., et alARTICLE582 A reconfigurable microfluidics platform for microparticle separation and fluid mixing
2016-07A Broad-Spectrum Infection Diagnostic that Detects Pathogen-Associated Molecular Patterns (PAMPs) in Whole BloodCartwright, Marc; Rottman, Martin; Shapiro, Nathan, I., et alARTICLE719 A Broad-Spectrum Infection Diagnostic that Detects Pathogen-Associated Molecular Patterns (PAMPs) in Whole Blood
2016-05Application of a Halbach magnetic array for long-range cell and particle separations in biological samplesKang, Joo H.; Driscoll, Harry; Super, Michael, et alARTICLE606 Application of a Halbach magnetic array for long-range cell and particle separations in biological samples
2015-11Optimization of Pathogen Capture in Flowing Fluids with Magnetic NanoparticlesKang, Joo H.; Um, Eujin; Diaz, Alexande, et alARTICLE664 Optimization of Pathogen Capture in Flowing Fluids with Magnetic Nanoparticles
2015-10Improved treatment of systemic blood infections using antibiotics with extracorporeal opsonin hemoadsorptionDidar, Tohid F.; Cartwright, Mark I.; Rottman, Martin, et alARTICLE539 Improved treatment of systemic blood infections using antibiotics with extracorporeal opsonin hemoadsorption
2014-10An extracorporeal blood-cleansing device for sepsis therapyKang, Joo H.; Super, Michael; Yung, Chong Wing, et alARTICLE474 An extracorporeal blood-cleansing device for sepsis therapy
2014-08Stationary nanoliter droplet array with a substrate of choice for single adherent/nonadherent cell incubation and analysisShemesh, Jonathan; Ben Arye, Tom; Avesar, Jonathan, et alARTICLE475 Stationary nanoliter droplet array with a substrate of choice for single adherent/nonadherent cell incubation and analysis
2012-06A combined micromagnetic-microfluidic device for rapid capture and culture of rare circulating tumor cellsKang, Joo H.; Kause, Silva; Tobin, Heather, et alARTICLE679 A combined micromagnetic-microfluidic device for rapid capture and culture of rare circulating tumor cells
2012-05Inhibition of mammary tumor growth using lysyl oxidase-targeting nanoparticles to modify extracellular matrixKanapathipillai, Mathumai; Mammoto, Akiko; Mammoto, Tadanori, et alARTICLE590 Inhibition of mammary tumor growth using lysyl oxidase-targeting nanoparticles to modify extracellular matrix

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