Jun-Seok received the 2023 Seoktap Research Award from Korea University.
Our accounts about "Multi-functional photo-crosslinker" was published in Accounts of Chemical Research (link)
Studies about ER stress responding EliF probe selectively detect AI infected cells was published in Nature Communications (link)
Jun-Seok received the Young Investigator Award from Organic Chemistry Division of KCS. (link)
YTN Science "Visualize Infection" in Korean (link)
Research Intro lecture for Public in Korean (link)
We started the new year in the Department of Pharmacology, Korea University College of Medicine.
Jun-Seok received the 2019 National Scientific Excellence Prize from Prime Minister of Science and ICT. (link)
Jun-Seok received the CSJ lectureship award from Chemical Society of Japan. (link)
Jun-Seok received the Young Investigator Award from Life-Chemistry division of KCS.
Image-based host cell infection profiling using fluorescence superoxide probe perfectly discriminates 3 AI subtypes (H1N1, H5N9, H9N2). (link)
Cellular binding target of dansyl fluorophore containing vinylsulfone group was identified as 3-Phosphoglycerate dehydrogenase (PHGDH), a key enzyme in the biosynthesis of serine. (link)
Aggregation property of organic fluorophore can be a key for biomolecule sensing. We demonstrated bulk aggregation based fluorescence turn-on sensor for progesterone using Dansyl scaffold. It was selected as Hot Paper from Angew. Chem. (link)
Comprehensive evaluation of bio-orthogonal photo-crosslinker for bio-active small molecule was studied (BRD4 inhibitor case study). (link)
Post-doctoral position: we are seeking for highly motivated applicant who has doctoral degree with experience on biochemistry, chemical biology, or molecular biology. Please submit application with CV and email address of references to Prof. Lee (junseoklee at korea.ac.kr).
Graduate/Undergraduate/high school student: Highly motivated students are always welcome. Please send an email to Pro. Lee with a transcript and a letter describing yourself and academic interest.