Blast Cellular Mechanics


Jeong Soon Lee

JSLee
Dr. Lee received her M.S. degree in Microbiology from Gyeongsang National University in 2003 and Ph.D degree in Dental Science from Yonsei University in 2007. She worked for School of Medicine in GNU, as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow from 2007 to 2009. She joined the Engineering Mechanics as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in UNL since 2009. Her current research interests are in the signal transduction in brain cell response to TBI and stem cell differentiation.

Education
  • Ph.D. (Dental Science) Yonsei University; Seoul, Korea; 2007
  • M.S. (Microbiology) Gyeongsang National University; Jinju, Korea; 2003
  • B.S. (Microbiology) Gyeongsang National University; Jinju, Korea; 2001
Experience
  • 2009 Post-Doctoral Research Associate: Impulsive Pressurizatino of Neuronal Cells, Dept of Engineering Mechanics, UNL.
  • 2007 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow: Work with K2P channels and stress, K2P channels and Alzheimer’s disease, and pain and asthma; Gyeongsang National University, School of Medicine.
  • 2004 Research Assistant, Ph.D. Program: Work with the role of HB-EGF in adipocyte differentiation and the role of HB-EGF in wound healing; Yonsei University.
  • 2003 Research Scientist: Signaling of Apoptosis; Yonsei University School of Medicine.
  • 2001 Research Assistant: Purification of Fungal virus and Production of Polyclonal and Monoclonal antibody and analysis of genome organization of a novel dsRNA mycovirus; Gyeongsang National University.
Journal Publications
  • 2010 Proteomic Analysis of Differentially Expressed Proteins in Bovine Endometrium with Endometritis
  • 2009 Effect of HB-EGF on Wound Healing in Periodontal Ligament Cells
  • 2008 HB-EGF inhibits adipocyte differentiation at commitment and early induction stages
  • 2008 Lamotrigine inhibits TRESK regulated by G-protein coupled receptor agonists
  • 2008 Single-Channel Recording of TASK-3-like K+ Channel and Up-Regulation of TASK-3 mRNA Expression after Spinal Cord Injury in Rat Dorsal Root Ganglion Neurons

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Trauma Mechanics Work