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Seyong Kwon, ​Ph.D.

UNIST Research Scientist (URS)
Postdoctoral Scholar

Department of Biomedical Engineering, School of Life Sciences

Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST)

Education and Research Achievements

 

Education

 

Awards/Honors

  • Research Fellow Grant from National Research Foundation of Korea (2018)

  • The Best Poster Award at Nano Korea 2015, Seoul, Korea (July 2015)

  • The Best Poster Award at Biotronics 2013, Seoul, Korea (July 2013)

  • The Student Travel Grant at Proceedings of μTAS 2012 Conference, Okinawa, Japan (October 2012)

  • The Best Paper Award at Biotronics 2012, Gwangju, Korea (October 2012)

  • The Poster Award at 3th International Conference on Advances in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics (AMN2012), Dalian, China (May 2012)
     


Publication

  1. Bong Hwan Jang†, Seyong Kwon†, and Joo H. Kang*, Measuring magnetic susceptibility of subtle paramagnetic solution using diamagnetic repulsion of polymer microparticles, Lab Chip, 2019, Accepted †These authors contributed equally to this work.

  2. Soo Hyun Jung, Young Ki Hahn, Sein Oh, Seyong Kwon, Eujin Um, Sungyoung Choi*, Joo H. Kang*, Advection flows-enhanced magnetic separation for high-throughput bacteria separation from undiluted whole blood, Small, e1801731 (2018).

  3. Chang Hyun Cho, Seyong Kwon, Segi Kim, Yoonmi Hong, Pilnam Kim, Eun Sook Lee, Je-Kyun Park, "Microfluidic on-chip immunohistochemistry directly from a paraffin-embedded section," Biomicrofluidics, 12 (4), 044110 (2018).

  4. Seyong Kwon, Chang Hyun Cho, Youngmee Kwon, Eun Sook Lee, Je-Kyun Park, "A microfluidic immunostaining system enables quality assured and standardized immunohistochemical biomarker analysis," Sci. Rep., 7, 45968 (2017)

  5. Segi Kim, Seyong Kwon, Chang Hyun Cho, Je-Kyun Park, "Pipetting-driven microfluidic immunohistochemistry platform to facilitate enhanced immunoreaction and effective use of antibodies," Lab Chip, 17 (4), 702-709 (2017).  The first two authors contributed equally to this work.

  6. Sang-Gil Park, Youngseop Lee, Seyong Kwon, SeokJae Yoo, Q-Han Park, Je-Kyun Park, Ki-Hun Jeong, "Extraordinary figure-of-merit of magnetic resonance from ultrathin silicon nanohole membrane as all-dielectric metamaterial," Adv. Opt. Mater., 5 (3), 1600628 (2017).

  7. Chang Hyun Cho, Seyong Kwon, Je-Kyun Park, "Assembly of hydrogel units for 3D microenvironment in a poly(dimethylsiloxane) channel," Micro Nano Syst. Lett., 5, 2 (2017).

  8. Seyong Kwon, Chang Hyun Cho, Eun Sook Lee, Je-Kyun Park, “Automated measurement of multiple cancer biomarkers using quantum-dot-based microfluidic immunohistochemistry," Anal. Chem., 87 (8): 4177-4183 (2015).

  9. Do-Hyun Lee, Chae Yun Bae, Seyong Kwon, Je-Kyun Park, “User-friendly 3D bioassays with cell-containing hydrogel modules: narrowing the gap between the microfluidic bioassays and the clinical end-user’s needs," Lab Chip, 15 (11): 2379-2387 (2015).

  10. Seyong Kwon, Minseok S. Kim, Eun Sook Lee, Jang Sihn Sohn, Je-Kyun Park, “A quantum dot-based microfluidic multi-window platform for quantifying the biomarkers of breast cancer cells," Integr. Biol., 6, 430-437 (2014).

  11. Jung Kim, Seyong Kwon, Je-Kyun Park, Inkyu Park, “Quantum dot-based immunoassay enhanced by high-density vertical ZnO nanowire array," Biosens. Bioelectron., 55, 209-215 (2014). The first two authors contributed equally to this work.

  12. Wonhye Lee, Chae Yun Bae, Seyong Kwon, Jaejung Son, Jinho Kim, Yong Jeong, Seung-Schik Yoo, Je-Kyun Park, “Cellular hydrogel biopaper for patterned 3D cell culture and modular tissue reconstruction," Adv. Healthcare Mater., 1 (5), 635-639 (2012).

  13. Minseok S. Kim, Seyong Kwon, Taemin Kim, Eun Sook Lee, Je-Kyun Park, “Quantitative proteomic profiling of breast cancers using a multiplexed microfluidic platform for immunohistochemistry and immunocytochemistry," Biomaterials, 32 (5), 1396-1403 (2011).