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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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2009-04Fabrication of poly(dimethylsiloxane) membrane with well-defined through-holes for three-dimensional microfluidic networksKang, Joo H.; Um, Eujin; Park, Je-KyunARTICLE558 Fabrication of poly(dimethylsiloxane) membrane with well-defined through-holes for three-dimensional microfluidic networks
2009-04Microfluidic pycnometer for in situ analysis of fluids in microchannelsKang, Joo H.; Kim, Bumjun; Park, Je-KyunARTICLE493 Microfluidic pycnometer for in situ analysis of fluids in microchannels
2008-12Isomagnetophoresis for discrimination of magnetic susceptibility and its application to continuous separationKang, Joo H.; Choi, Sungyoung; Lee, Wonhye, et alARTICLE551 Isomagnetophoresis for discrimination of magnetic susceptibility and its application to continuous separation
2008-01Analysis of pressure-driven air bubble elimination in a microfluidic deviceKang, Joo H.; Kim, Yu Chang; Park, Je-KyunARTICLE415 Analysis of pressure-driven air bubble elimination in a microfluidic device
2007-12Microfluidic biomechanical device for compressive cell stimulation and lysisKim, Yu Chang; Kang, Joo H.; Park, Sang-Jin, et alARTICLE382 Microfluidic biomechanical device for compressive cell stimulation and lysis
2007-10Magnetophoretic continuous purification of single-walled carbon nanotubes from catalytic impurities in a microfluidic deviceKang, Joo H.; Park, Je-KyunARTICLE415 Magnetophoretic continuous purification of single-walled carbon nanotubes from catalytic impurities in a microfluidic device
2007-03Magnetophoretic immunoassay for detection of allergen-specific IgE in an enhanced magnetic field gradientHahn, Young Ki; Jin, Zongwen; Kang, Joo H., et alARTICLE417 Magnetophoretic immunoassay for detection of allergen-specific IgE in an enhanced magnetic field gradient
2005-11Technical paper on Microfluidic devices – Cell separation technologyKang, Joo H.; Park, Je-KyunARTICLE478
2005-09Moldless electroplating for cylindrical microchannel fabricationYi, Yuheon; Kang, Joo H.; Park, Je-KyunARTICLE574 Moldless electroplating for cylindrical microchannel fabrication
2005-06Development of a microplate reader compatible microfluidic device for enzyme assayKang, Joo H.; Park, Je-KyunARTICLE571 Development of a microplate reader compatible microfluidic device for enzyme assay

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