New Residence Hall Connects Sinchon Campus and Severance Hospital
Georgian Presidential Order of Honor Bestowed upon Yonsei Professor
Professor Ju-Kwan Cho
Innovation Workshop with Stanford Research Institute
Education and Resources for Unique Needs of Student Entrepreneurs
Yonsei University Health System Promotes ICT-Based Medical Services
Health & IT Forum Launched
Shin Injae Develops Bioactive Molecules That Regulate Biological Processes
Prof. Shin has been devoted to the functional studies of proteins and carbohydrates with synthetic organic compounds since 1998 after joining Yonsei University. His research has focused on the following research fields: 1) synthesis of various organic compounds including small molecules, carbohydrates and peptides, 2) the di..
Lee Tae Yoon, Cho Seung Woo Develops Platform for Mass-Producing 3D Stem Cell Spheroids
A Yonsei research team led by Professors Lee Tae-yoon and Cho Seung-woo has developed a new platform for mass-producing three-dimensional (3D) stem cell spheroids. This new technology is expected to have a number of medical applications, particularly in treating vascular diseases and cell regeneration therapies. The 3D stem cell spheroids, which are composed of clusters of more than ..
Lee Han Woong, Kang Seok Min Discover NCOA6, a Novel Gene for Dilated Cardiomyopathy
Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), characterized by cardiac enlargement and systolic dysfunction, is the most common form of cardiomyopathy, accounting for up to 30–40% of all heart failure cases. Clinical investigations have shown that approximately 40% of idiopathic DCM..
Bok Jinwoong Answers to a Long-waited Question Regarding our Hearing Ability
Sound frequency discrimination is crucial for daily activities such as verbal communication and social interactions throughout animal kingdom. This process begins at the auditory peripheral organ, the cochlea, which resides within the inner ear. In 1961, Professor Georg von Békésy was awarded t..