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Joo, Jinmyoung (주진명)

Department
Department of Biomedical Engineering(바이오메디컬공학과)
Website
http://joogroup.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Laboratory for Advanced Biomaterials and Translational Medicine (생체재료 및 중개의학 연구실)
Research Keywords
나노-바이오공학 시스템, 의생명소재, 나노-바이오 계면 공학, 바이오센서, 약물 전달 시스템, 재생 의학, 생체 영상, 계면 화학, 분자 공학, 유전자 치료, Systems Nano-Bioengineering, Biomedical Materials, Nano-Bio interface, Biosensor, Drug Delivery Systems, Regenerative Medicine, Bioimaging, Surface Chemistry, Molecular Engineering, Gene Therapy
Research Interests
The lab focuses on utilization of functional nanomaterials in diagnostic and therapeutic platforms and finds governing principles for biomedical materials design. Ultimate goals are starting from these findings and set a cutting-edge foundation of engineering sophisticated “multiscale biomedical material systems” for translational applications. In order to achieve the goals, we emphasize fundamental understandings of how nano-structured materials interact with biological systems. We also investigate the thermodynamic and kinetic basis of physicochemical interactions between synthetic biomedical materials and complex biological systems, with a specific focus on the surface chemistry and interface engineering.
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2020-09A systematic study on the discrepancy of fluorescence properties between in solutions and in cells: super-bright, environment-insensitive benzocoumarin dyesReo, Ye Jin; Jun, Yong Woong; Cho, Seo Won, et alARTICLE6 A systematic study on the discrepancy of fluorescence properties between in solutions and in cells: super-bright, environment-insensitive benzocoumarin dyes
2020-06Luminescent silicon nanoparticles for distinctive tracking of cellular targeting and traffickingKim, Gi-Heon; Lee, Goun; Kang, Myoung-Hee, et alARTICLE28 Luminescent silicon nanoparticles for distinctive tracking of cellular targeting and trafficking
2020-06Silicon nanostructures for sensing and bioimaging: general discussionCeroni, Paola; Chao, Yimin; Crucho, Carina, et alARTICLE10 Silicon nanostructures for sensing and bioimaging: general discussion
2019-11Photoluminescent and biodegradable porous silicon nanoparticles for biomedical imagingPark, Yoonsang; Yoo, Jounghyun; Kang, Myoung-Hee, et alARTICLE75 Photoluminescent and biodegradable porous silicon nanoparticles for biomedical imaging
2019-06A Novel Blood‐Based Colorectal Cancer Diagnostic Technology Using Electrical Detection of Colon Cancer Secreted Protein‐2Jeun, Minhong; Lee, Hyo Jeong; Park, Sungwook, et alARTICLE79 A Novel Blood‐Based Colorectal Cancer Diagnostic Technology Using Electrical Detection of Colon Cancer Secreted Protein‐2
2019-03A wavelength-tunable and facilely functionable D-A type naphthalene core skeleton: Synthesis, photophysical property, and bio-imaging applications for cells and tissuesJung, Yuna; Kim, Youngseo; Kim, Na Hee, et alARTICLE296 A wavelength-tunable and facilely functionable D-A type naphthalene core skeleton: Synthesis, photophysical property, and bio-imaging applications for cells and tissues
2019-03Optimization of ZnO Nanorod-Based Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Substrates for Bio-ApplicationsJue, Miyeon; Lee, Sanghwa; Paulson, Bjorn, et alARTICLE196 Optimization of ZnO Nanorod-Based Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Substrates for Bio-Applications
2019-03Cucurbituril-Based Reusable Nanocomposites for Efficient Molecular EncapsulationLiu, Huifang; Luan, Yange; Koo, Bonhan, et alARTICLE108 Cucurbituril-Based Reusable Nanocomposites for Efficient Molecular Encapsulation
2019-02Multi-Spectral Fluorescence Imaging of Colon Dysplasia In Vivo Using a Multi-Spectral Endoscopy SystemBae, Sang Mun; Bae, Dong-Jun; Do, Eun-Ju, et alARTICLE197 Multi-Spectral Fluorescence Imaging of Colon Dysplasia In Vivo Using a Multi-Spectral Endoscopy System
2019-02Diagnosis in a Preclinical Model of Bladder Pain Syndrome Using a Au/ZnO Nanorod-based SERS SubstrateLee, Sanghwa; Namgoong, Jung-Man; Yu, Hwan Yeul, et alARTICLE137 Diagnosis in a Preclinical Model of Bladder Pain Syndrome Using a Au/ZnO Nanorod-based SERS Substrate
2018-12Integrative microendoscopic system combined with conventional microscope for live animal tissue imagingKohler, Martin; Paulson, Bjorn; Kim, Youngkyu, et alARTICLE206 Integrative microendoscopic system combined with conventional microscope for live animal tissue imaging
2018-08Tracking the Fate of Porous Silicon Nanoparticles Delivering a Peptide Payload by Intrinsic Photoluminescence LifetimeJin, Yusung; Kim, Dokyoung; Roh, Hajung, et alARTICLE176 Tracking the Fate of Porous Silicon Nanoparticles Delivering a Peptide Payload by Intrinsic Photoluminescence Lifetime
2018-08PSP1, a Phosphatidylserine-Recognizing Peptide, Is Useful for Visualizing Radiation-Induced Apoptosis in Colorectal Cancer In Vitro and In VivoBae, Sang Mun; Park, Soo Jung; Choi, Myoungeun, et alARTICLE170 PSP1, a Phosphatidylserine-Recognizing Peptide, Is Useful for Visualizing Radiation-Induced Apoptosis in Colorectal Cancer In Vitro and In Vivo
2018-02Antibiotic-loaded nanoparticles targeted to the site of infection enhance antibacterial efficacyHussain, Sazid; Joo, Jinmyoung; Kang, Jinyoung, et alARTICLE180 Antibiotic-loaded nanoparticles targeted to the site of infection enhance antibacterial efficacy
2017-10Two-Photon In Vivo Imaging with Porous Silicon NanoparticlesKim, Dokyoung; Kang, Jinyoung; Wang, Taejun, et alARTICLE183 Two-Photon In Vivo Imaging with Porous Silicon Nanoparticles
2017-10Molecular Imaging of Colorectal Tumors by Targeting Colon Cancer Secreted Protein-2 (CCSP-2)Kim, Jaeil; Do, Eun-ju; Moinova, Helen, et alARTICLE168 Molecular Imaging of Colorectal Tumors by Targeting Colon Cancer Secreted Protein-2 (CCSP-2)
2017-08Hyperpolarized Xe-129 nuclear magnetic resonance study of mesoporous silicon sponge materialsMao, Yougang; Kim, Dokyoung; Joo, Jinmyoung, et alARTICLE181 Hyperpolarized Xe-129 nuclear magnetic resonance study of mesoporous silicon sponge materials
2016-09Self-Sealing Porous Silicon-Calcium Silicate Core-Shell Nanoparticles for Targeted siRNA Delivery to the Injured BrainKang, Jinyoung; Joo, Jinmyoung; Kwon, Ester J., et alARTICLE179 Self-Sealing Porous Silicon-Calcium Silicate Core-Shell Nanoparticles for Targeted siRNA Delivery to the Injured Brain
2016-09Porous silicon-graphene oxide core-shell nanoparticles for targeted delivery of siRNA to the injured brainJoo, Jinmyoung; Kwon, Ester J.; Kang, Jinyoung, et alARTICLE150 Porous silicon-graphene oxide core-shell nanoparticles for targeted delivery of siRNA to the injured brain
2016-06A peptide for targeted, systemic delivery of imaging and therapeutic compounds into acute brain injuriesMann, Aman P.; Scodeller, Pablo; Hussain, Sazid, et alARTICLE185 A peptide for targeted, systemic delivery of imaging and therapeutic compounds into acute brain injuries

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