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Hazards Monitoring Bionano Research Center

Hazards Monitoring Bionano Research Center
Development of original technology to detect/analyze hazards to the foundation of nano bio convergence
  • Development of bio contents to detect and analyze biological and chemical hazards
  • Development of bio nano material for highly sensitive hazard detection and nano bio sensor
  • Development of integrated system for monitoring of hazards
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researchers and research statement
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Tai Hwan Ha
/ Associate Director
  • Development of nano-bio material to apply it to bio sensor
  • Synthesizing organic materials for bio elements
Moonil Kim
/ Principal Researcher
  • Bio electronic element, living bio sensor
Myung Kyu Lee
/ Principal Researcher
  • Biochemistry, immuno chemistry, peptide biochemistry, medicine delivery system
Im Sik Chung
/ Principal Researcher
  • Nano polymer chemistry
Chang-Soo Lee
/ Principal Researcher
  • Nano bio material, bio chip/sensor
Kang Taejoon
/ Senior Researcher
  • Nano bio sensor
Oh Seok Kwon
/ Senior Researcher
  • Bionano sensor device
Eun Kyung Lim
/ Senior Researcher
  • Nano medicine, molecular image, theragnosis
Kyu-Sun Lee
/ Senior Researcher
  • Research on metabolic diseases and degenerative diseases using vinegar fly model
Juyeon Jung
/ Senior Researcher
  • Development of antibody therapy
  • Protein engineering
Jin Young Jeong
/ Senior Researcher
  • Application of nano bio materials and bio medicine
Byun Ju-Young
/ Researcher
  • Nanobiosensor
research areas
  • Bio contents technology to detect and analyze biological hazards (infectious germs and virus) and chemical hazards (toxicity, shellfish toxin, pesticide, heavy metals, etc.)
    • Development of high-efficient bio materials (antibody, peptide, etc.) for detection/analysis of hazards
    • Bio contents engineering to apply hazards detection and analysis system
    • Establishment of bio contents library for hazards and effective analysis
  • New concept nano structure and bio contents interfacing technology to detect/analyze hazards
    • New functional nano structure manufacturing technology to detect hazards
    • Bio contents/ nano structure highly efficient interfacing technology
    • Highly sensitive hazard detection/analysis technology based on bio contents/nano structure
  • Integrated monitoring system technology to detect/analyze hazards
    • Bio element and signal change technology to detect hazards
    • Highly efficient bio interfacing technology for bio elements
    • Bio sensing signal amplification technology to detect hazards sensitively
    • Integrated hazards detection/analysis system for both bio contents and nano materials/elements
  • Development of nano original material for multi imaging
    • Development of new-concept multi bio imaging nano original materials that can be widely used in new drug development, disease diagnosis and understanding of life utilizing organic/inorganic nano material synthesis technology and bio material/nano material interfacing technology. It is a highly sensitive bio friendly nano material that can observe the movement of cells within a body with capability of monitoring movement of immune cells that can be used in cancer treatment and cancer cell treatment process with real-time in-body image.
  • Development of original technology for label-free micro RNA analysis
    • Development of array analytics utilizing structure specific RNA synthesis protein or nucleic acid derivatives as label-free micro RNA analysis method. Application on various solid surface is possible enabling the application on nano structure or devices like microfluidics
  • Development of highly sensitive bio sensor
    • The highly sensitive label free bio sensor which does not need florescence or radioisotope label based on nano optics and nano electronic element technology is developed enabling the detection of very small amount of hazards (virus, toxicity)
Outstanding Papers
  • Yong Beom Shin (Corresponding) ACS Nano 9(6): 6206-13.
    • Aluminum Nanoarrays for Plasmon-Enhanced Light Harvesting
  • Yong Beom Shin (Corresponding) ACS Nano 5(2): 897-904.
    • Highly Sensitive Biosensing Using Arrays of Plasmonic Au Nanodisks Realized by Nanoimprint Lithography
  • Bong Hyun Chung (Corresponding) Biomaterials. 34(24):6504-14.
    • Imaging and therapy of liver fibrosis using bioreducible polyethylenimine/siRNA complexes conjugated with N-acetylglucosamine as a targeting moiety
  • Bong Hyun Chung (Corresponding) Biosens Bioelect. 41(1):827-32.
    • Nuclease-resistant DNA aptamer on gold nanoparticles for the simultaneous detection of Pb2+ and Hg2+ in human serum
  • Bong Hyun Chung (Corresponding) Chem Commun. 49(59):6596-8.
    • A simple, fast and highly sensitive assay for the detection of telomerase activity
  • Kyu-Sun Lee (First) Gene Develop. 27(24):2642-7.
    • Roles of PINK1, mTORC2, and mitochondria in preserving brain tumor-forming stem cells in a noncanonical Notch signaling pathway
  • Kweon Yu (Corresponding) PLoS One. 8(7):e68641.
    • Drosophila adiponectin receptor in insulin producing cells regulates glucose and lipid metabolism by controlling insulin secretion