1. Kor /
  2. Eng

  1. Kor /
  2. Eng

Faulty List At SAIHST, we have faculties from various backgrounds such as ; basic science, clinical medicine, pharmacology, engineering, business etc. SAIHST is always open for future competent faculties to lead biomedical science.

Minhee Kang / Ph.D.
Name : Minhee Kang  Ph.D. Department : Senior researcher of Smart Healthcare & Device Res Title : Campus : Samsung Medical Center campus Office : Smart Healthcare & Device Research Center, Samsung Medical Center E-mail : minhee.kang@samsung.com Homepage : Lab. title : Smart Healthcare & Device Research Center Related Department : Department of Medical Device Management and Research Print
■ 연구소개    

The capability for biosensing and biomolecular manipulation has become essential in current biomedical research and development. Light is very attractive in that it can be utilized for all these functions. Biophotonics is the key science for the next generation of clinical tools and biomedical research instruments. Biophotonics is the main extension of my research and this research topic covers the engineering plasmonic material for highly sensitive biophotonic sensing, which are particularly related to infectious diseases.    

■ 연구분야 키워드    

Biophotonic sensing, infectious diseases, POCT

■ 학력 및 경력    

2008 B.S, Dept. of Nanoscience & Technology, Pusan National University, Korea
2012 M.S, Dept. of Bio & Brain Engineering, KAIST, Korea
2016 Ph.D, Dept. of Bio & Brain Engineering, KAIST, Korea
2008-2010 Researcher of Advanced Medical Imaging System Lab. 
VATECHEWWO Holdings Co. Ltd., 
2016-Present Senior researcher of Smart Healthcare & Device Research Center, 
Samsung Medical Center
2016-Present Research Professor of Samsung Advanced Institute for Health 
Science and Technology(SAIHST), Sungkyunkwan University

■ 대표 업적    

1. “Optically Patternable Metamaterial Beyond Diffraction Limit”, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 

2. “Engineering Hot Spots on Plasmonic Nanopillar Arrays for SERS: A Review”, Biochip Journal, 10(4), pp.297-309 (ISSN1976-0280), 2016 

3. “Repeated Solid-state Dewetting of Thin Gold Films for Nanogap-rich Plasmonic Nanoislands”, Scientific Reports, 5, 14790, 2015 

4. “Silver Nanoislands on Cellulose Fibres for Chromatographic Separation and Ultrasensitive Detection of Small molecules”, Light: Science & Applications, 5, e18009, 2016 

5. “A deformable nanoplasmonic membrane reveals universal correlations between plasmon resonance and surface enhanced Raman Scattering”, Advanced Material, vol. 26, issue. 26, pp. 4510-4514, 2014

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