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NAME:
Jong Oh Kim


ADDRESS:
1026, Durham Research Center, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha NE.


EMAIL AND PHONE:
jki1@unmc.edu, 402-559-5256


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

2006-2010         Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics, Univerisity of Nebraska Medical Center, United States

1998-2000         M.S in Pharmaceutics, Yeungnam University, South Korea
1993-1997         B.S College of Pharmacy, Yeungnam University, South Korea


 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

1. Cross-linked Polymeric micelles for cancer therapy.
2. Block Ionomer complexes of cationic block ionomers and anionic surfactants.

 

HONORS AND AWARDS:

1. Cash Prize Award: Highlight of Student Poster, 35th Annual Meeting of the Controlled Release Society (CRS), July 12-16, 2008, New York.
2. Harris Award in Cancer research: UNMC Eppley Cancer Center. April 19, 2010.

PUBLICATIONS:

1. J.O. Kim, N.V. Nukolova, H. Oberoi, A.V. Kabanov, T.K. Bronich, Block Ionomer Complex Micelles with Cross-Linked Cores for Drug Delivery, Polymer Science, Series A, 51(6), 2009, 708-718.
2. J.O. Kim, A.V. Kabanov, T.K. Bronich, Polymer Micelles with Cross-linked Polyanion Core for delivery of a Cationic Drug Doxorubicin, J Control Release, 138(3), 2009, 197-204.
3. G. Sahay*, J.O. Kim*, A.V. Kabanov, T.K. Bronich, The exploitation of differential endocytic pathways in normal and tumor cells in the selective targeting of nanoparticulate chemotherapeutic agents, Biomaterials 31, 2010, 923–933, (* Equal contribution).
4. J.O. Kim, G. Sahay, A.V. Kabanov, T.K. Bronich, Polymeric Micelles with Biodegradable Ionic Cores for Delivery of Chemotherapeutic Agents, Biomacromolecules, 11(4), 2010, 919-926.

RESEARCH ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS:

1. JO Kim and TK. Bronich, Cross-linked Polymeric Micelles for Doxorubicin Delivery, Fifth International  Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposium (NanoDDS), Boston, USA, Nov, 2-3, 2007
2. JO Kim and TK. Bronich, Cross-linked Polymeric Micelles for Doxorubicin Delivery, 35th Annual Meeting of the Controlled Release Society (CRS), July 12-16, 2008, New York.  The cash prize award. An oral presentation was given at Highlight of Student Poster.
3. JO Kim, HS Oberoi and TK. Bronich Cross-linked Polymer Micelles with Biodegradable Ionic Cores for Anti-cancer Drug Delivery, Sixth International Nanomedicine and Drug Delivery Symposium (NanoDDS), Toronto, Canada, Oct. 2008.
4. G. Sahay*, JO Kim*, A.V. Kabanov, T.K. Bronich, Cross linked polymeric micelles with ionic core preferentially enter cancer cells, 2nd ESF/UB European Summer School in Nanomedicine, Lisbon, Portugal. June 12-16, 2009. (* Both authors contributed equally).
5.  JO Kim, and T.K. Bronich, Cross-linked Polymer Micelles with Biodegradable Ionic Cores for Anti-cancer Drug Delivery, 2nd ESF/UB European Summer School in Nanomedicine, Lisbon, Portugal. June 12-16 2009.
6. JO Kim, H.S. Oberoi, TK Bronich, Cross-linked Polymer Micelles with Biodegradable Ionic Cores for Anti-cancer Drug Delivery, 238th American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting & Exposition, Washington DC. August 16-20, 2009, POLY-528. Polymer Preprints 2009.
7. JO Kim*, G. Sahay*, A.V. Kabanov, T.K. Bronich, The role of Caveolae-mediated endocytosis in trafficking of Cross-linked Polymer Micelles in cancer cells, 6th International Key Symposium Nanomedicine, Stockholm, Sweden. Sep. 9-11. 2009. (* Both authors contributed equally).
8. JO Kim, A.V. Kabanov and T.K. Bronich, Cross-linked Polymer Micelles with Biodegradable Ionic Cores for Anti-cancer Drug Delivery, 6th International Key Symposium Nanomedicine, Stockholm, Sweden. Sep. 9-11. 2009.
9. G. Sahay*, JO Kim*, AV Kabanov, TK Bronich, Nanomaterials-Cell Interactions: The Role of Caveolae Mediated Endocytosis in Trafficking of Cross-Linked Polymer Micelles in Normal and Cancer Cells, AAPS 2009 (* Both authors contributed equally).


What do you do when you are not in the lab?


Taking a break or still working at home

 

Where are you from? How many languages do you speak?  

 

Daegu, South Korea. Two.


List interesting facts about you:   

 

I played the bass guitar in a rock band in my undergraduate.
I like any kind of sports.