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Enhanced Therapeutic and Long-Term Dynamic Vascularization Effects of Human Pluripotent...

Circulation, 2017

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Direct Reprogramming of Human Dermal Fibroblasts Into Endothelial Cells Using ER71/ETV2

Circ Res, 2017

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Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Improve Diabetic Neuropathy by Direct...

Cell Transplant, 2016

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Non-genetic Purification of Ventricular Cardiomyocytes from Differentiating Embryonic Stem Cells...

Stem Cell Reports, 2015

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About Research Group

The goal of his laboratory is to develop a strategy for regenerating cardiovascular diseases using stem cells and tissue engineering technologies. Dr. Yoon’s laboratory has focused on generating stem or progenitor cells including induced pluripotent stem cells, multipotent bone marrow cells, and angio-vasculogenic cells, and developing various methods to differentiate these cells into endothelial cells and cardiomyocytes. His laboratory investigates their therapeutic utility in cardiovascular diseases such as peripheral vascular disease including diabetic complications, myocardial infarction, lymphedema and diabetic neuropathy. Mechanistically, the research focuses on…

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Regenerative Medicine at Emory University

Regenerative Medicine at Emory University

Researchers in Emory University’s new regenerative medicine program are working to develop new therapies for cardiovascular disease. Emory Department of Medicine Vice Chair and Cardiology Division Director W. Robert Taylor, MD, PhD; Rebecca Levit, MD; and Young-sup Yoon, MD, PhD discuss the regenerative medicine program at Emory University School of Medicine.

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About Publications Group

Dr. Yoon published more than 100 papers in high profile journals including Nature Medicine, JCI, Circulation, Circulation Research, JACC, and ACS Nano. Dr. Yoon received many awards over the past decade. Dr. Yoon was a finalist in both AHA and ACC Young Investigator Awards. Dr. Yoon is Fellow of AHA, a chartered member of NIH study section, and a member of editorial boards of Circulation Research, Regenerative Medicine, PLOS One, and others. He also received several awards from Emory University including Faculty Excellence in 2014, Innovation of 2012 Award, and Outstanding Basic Research Citation Award in 2011. He was also elected as prestigious member of American Society for Clinical Investigation as the first Korean medical school graduates.

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Magnetofluidics for manipulation of convective heat transfer

[287] A. Teo, K. H. H. Li, N.-T. Youuyen, W. Guo, N. Heere, H.D. Xi, C. W. Tsao, W. Li, S. H. Tan,

Magnetofluidics for manipulation of convective heat transfer,

[287] A. Teo, K. H. H. Li, N.-T. Youuyen, W. Guo, N. Heere, H.D. Xi, C. W. Tsao, W. Li, S. H. Tan,

Magnetofluidics for manipulation of convective heat transfer

[287] A. Teo, K. H. H. Li, N.-T. Youuyen, W. Guo, N. Heere, H.D. Xi, C. W. Tsao, W. Li, S. H. Tan,

Dr. Young-sup Yoon

Biography

Dr. Yoon is Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Engineering, and Director of Stem Cell Biology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Yoon’s research focus is cardiovascular regeneration with stem cells and bioengineering.

  1. 1998

    Ph.D.

    Yonsei University, Graduate School of Medicine, Korea
  2. 1992

    M.S.

    Yonsei University, Graduate School of Medicine, Korea
  3. 1989

    M.D.

    Yonsei University, College of Medicine, Korea
  4. 1985

    Pre-medicine

    Yonsei University, College of Science, Korea

Brandon A. Johnson

PhD Student

Alex Machiavelli

PHD Student

Nai Nai Yung

PHD Student

Jafar Juardar

PHD Student