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Yeongseon Jang, Ph.D.

Yeongseon Jang

Assistant Professor
352-294-1289

Areas of Interest

Self-Assembly
Colloid and Surface Science
Functional Coating
Polymer Engineering
Biomaterials
Recombinant Proteins
Jang’s research focuses on the design of supramolecular biomaterials based on soft matter assembly and recombinant technology. Her lab will apply fundamental understanding of self-assembly of recombinant proteins and biopolymers to create highly organized structures in solution and thin film phases with controlled physical properties, reversibility, and stimuli-responsiveness for diverse applications.

Awards

Education

Ph.D., 2013, Seoul National University
B.S., 2008, Seoul National University

Courses Taught

Selected Publications

Selected Publications
  • Yeongseon Jang,† Won Tae Choi,† Christopher Johnson, Andres Garcia, Preet M. Singh, Victor Breedveld, Dennis W. Hess, and Julie A. Champion, “Inhibition of Bacterial Adhesion on Nano-Textured Stainless Steel 316L by Electrochemical Etching”, ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng. 2018, 4, 90. [†Equally Contributed in This Work]
  • Yeongseon Jang, Won Tae Choi, William T. Heller, Zunlong Ke, Elizabeth R. Wright, and Julie A. Champion, “Engineering Globular Protein Vesicles through Tunable Self-Assembly of Recombinant Fusion Proteins”,Small 2017, 13, 1700399.
  • Yeongseon Jang, Woo-Sik Jang, Chen Gao, Tae Soup Shim, John C. Crocker, Daniel A. Hammer, and Daeyeon Lee “Tuning the Mechanical Properties of Recombinant Protein-Stabilized Gas Bubbles Using Triblock Copolymers”, ACS Macro Lett. 2016, 5, 371.
  • Yeongseon Jang,† Hyojin Lee,† Kookheon Char, and Jwa-Min Nam, “Transparent, Nanoporous, Transferable Membrane-Based Cell-Cell Paracrine Signaling Assay”, Adv. Mater. 2015, 27, 1893. [Inside Cover] [†Equally Contributed in This Work]
  • Yeongseon Jang, Jooyeon Seo, Bulent Akgun, Sushil Satija, and Kookheon Char, “Molecular Weight Dependence on the Disintegration of Spin-Assisted Weak Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Films”, Macromolecules 2013, 46, 4580.
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