[JBNU Star Fellow] Chan Hee Park (Department of Mechanical System Engineering, College of Engineering)
홍보실 | 2022-08-24 | 조회 34795
Professor Chan Hee Park is focusing on research in the field of innovative medical devices looking toward the next five years and is focusing on research and development of key source technologies to commercialize them. Currently, he is conducting a mechanical-biotechnology convergence study that can diagnose and treat diseases quickly and accurately through an external mechanical signal control system embedded in the human body with various types of bio support manufactured by converting biopolymers and metal materials into complex nanofibers. Specifically, he is conducting research on the development of a drug delivery system operated by in vitro electromagnetism using magnetic nanoparticles and gold nanoparticles based on bio-nanofiber support, and of a microchip in blood for diagnosing metastatic cancer using artificial intelligence. Through this study, he was honored by being selected for the cover thesis of Advanced Functional Materials in 2019. It took only four years to be selected for the cover thesis after he first published a paper in the same journal in 2015, and since then, about one paper a year has been published in journals over Impact Factor 15.
Some of Professor Park's studies can be used for third and fourth grade in vivo insertion-type innovative medical devices, and nanoparticles can be applied to clinical trials after further safety and effectiveness verification in the future, which can lead to innovation in the medical device field. These studies are expected to be applied to the treatment of various diseases, including cardiovascular disease and digestive cancer, and to be actively used for wound treatment and smart drug delivery in the future.
Feb 2012 / Jeonbuk National Univ. Doctor of Nano-Bio Mechanical System Engineering
Feb 2003 / Jeonbuk National Univ. Master of Medical Biotechnology
Feb 2001 / Jeonbuk National Univ. Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering
Micro/nanometer-sized porous structure of zinc phosphate incorporated Ti(HPO4)2 hydrate bioceramic induces osteogenic gene expression and enhances osteoporotic bone regeneration / Chemical Engineering Journal, Vol 450
Modulated plasmonic nanofibrous scaffold reinforced breast cancer photo-ablation and breast neurotization with resensation / Composites Part B: Engineering, Vol 243
In-situ cellulose-framework templates mediated monodispersed silver nanoparticles via facile UV-light photocatalytic activity for anti-microbial functionalization / Carbohydrate Polymers, Vol 269
Mechanotransduction: Regulating Electrical Cue and Mechanotransduction in Topological Gradient Structure Modulated Piezoelectric Scaffolds to Predict Neural Cell Response / Advanced Functional Materials, Vol 30