Preparation of nanoparticle-protein complexes for therapeutic application of nanoparticles in ocular diseases

Dong Hyun Jo

Seoul National University Hospital

Dong Hyun Jo, MD, PhD is a research assistant professor of Seoul National University Hospital, Seoul, Korea. He had accomplished his medical degree at Seoul National University in 2007, his residency training at the Department of Ophthalmology, Seoul National University Hospital in 2012 and his PhD at Seoul National University in 2016. His research interest is focusing on 1) development of novel therapeutic approaches against retinal diseases 2) molecular mechanisms of physiological and pathological angiogenesis in the retina and 3) translational research on retinoblastoma. In this context, he has struggled to utilize nanoparticles for therapeutic purposes since 2009.


Introduction: Nanoparticles are thought to be novel platforms for therapeutic agents. However, clinical application of nanoparticles lags behind rapid progress in nanotechnology. One of the problems is uncontrolled protein... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Dong Hyun Jo (Seoul National University Hospital)
  2. Jin Hyoung Kim (Seoul National University Hospital)
  3. Jin Gyeong Son (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science)
  4. Ki Soon Dan (Seoul National University Hospital)
  5. Sang Hoon Song (Seoul national university,)
  6. Tae Geol Lee (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science)
  7. Jeong Hun Kim (Seoul National University Hospital)

Topic Area

Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers


OS2b-A » Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers (16:30 - Tuesday, 26th September, Auditorium)

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