Micro and nanotechnolgies allow us to detect and treat various diseases more effectively. You will learn how to synthesize and characterize those materials/ devices and deliver them to a site causing the diseases. You will also gain the most updated knowledge in recent applications of those technologies to see how we use them to improve human healthcare.
We develop micro and nanotechnologies we can bring from bench to bedside. The unique capability we can gain in micro and nanoscale regimes provides us with unparalleled sensitivity and specificity in targeting diseases and addressing unmet needs in the diagnosis of various diseases. We are making efforts to commercialize the technologies we develop in BME at UNIST, which could benefit an enormous number of patients who are in desperate need of new therapeutic and diagnostic strategies.
Jan 28 , 2021
The phenomenon of synchronization is found in many natural and artificial systems, from firefly flashing to the synchronization of two pendulum clocks hanging from a wall…..
Jan 15 , 2021
Yoon-Kyoung Cho (Department of Biomedical Engineering, UNIST) and Young Rok Choi (Graduate School of Technology and Innovation Management, UNIST) have been elected as members of the National Academy of Engineering of Korea (NAEK)…..
Dec 17 , 2020
A new study, affiliated with UNIST has unveiled the mechanisms involved in the liver metastasis of breast cancer, thanks to the three-dimensional (3D) organ-on-a-chip that mimics human liver functions. This breakthrough is expected to contribute to…..