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Dabin Choi, awarded with NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program

Yoon lab undergraduate volunteer Dabin Choi, who is a senior student at Emory University, received NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP) offers competitive scholarships to students that are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. The program offers scholarship support, paid research training […]

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Dr. Yoon is honored with election into the American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI)

EMORY News http://www.news.emory.edu/stories/2014/04/jj_som_emory_faculty_join_asci/index.html Emory faculty members join prestigious ASCI Woodruff Health Sciences Center | April 24, 2014 Three Emory University School of Medicine (SOM) faculty members were honored on April 25 with election into the American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI). The ASCI is one of the nation’s oldest and most respected medical honor societies […]

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Gold Club Reviewers from Circulation Research

Top Reviewers in 2013 The Editors of Circulation Research wish to acknowledge the following reviewers, who have distinguished themselves for exemplary performance and outstanding contributions to the journal. They have selflessly donated their time (often on weekends and evenings), their energy, and their expertise to assist the editors in the difficult task of selecting the most meritorious […]

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Molecular beacons light path to cardiac muscle repair

Woodruff Health Sciences Center | Sep. 4, 2013 Pure cardiac muscle cells, ready to transplant into a patient affected by heart disease. That’s a goal for many cardiology researchers working with stem cells. Having a pure population of cardiac muscle cells is essential for avoiding tumor formation after transplantation, but has been technically challenging. Researchers […]

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Min Young Sin, awarded with SIRE grant program for summer 2013.

Another Yoon lab undergraduate volunteer, Min Young Sin, received Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory (SIRE) grant program for summer 2013. Min Young is currently a senior at Emory University and has been working at Yoon lab since her first year of college while planning to enter medical school. In addition, Min Young’s research proposal, […]

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Technology and innovation awardees for 2012

The 7th annual Celebration of Technology and Innovation in March honored the following awardees: Innovation of 2012: Chemically-induced pluripotent stem cells (Young-sup Yoon, cardiology) Start-up of 2012: Clearside Biomedical (Henry Edelhauser, ophthalmology). Last month, Clearside received $7.9 million in venture capital. Read more. Deal of 2012: Neurotrak’s licensing of its web-based diagnostic for Alzheimer’s (Stuart […]

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Dr. Yoon Honored for Emory University’s Innovation of 2012

Young-sup Yoon, MD, PhD, was honored March 7 at the seventh annual “Celebration of Technology and Invention” hosted by the Emory Office of Technology Transfer. This event recognizes successful technologies and inventions from the past year. Yoon, a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology, received Emory University’s Innovation of 2012 award for his technology entitled “Generation of Transgene-free Induced […]

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Kyuwon Cho, granted admission to Emory Graduate School

Current Yoon lab research assistant, Kyuwon Cho, got accepted into The Molecular and Systems Pharmacology Graduate program (MSP) at Emory University. MSP program at Emory University offers broad training in the biomedical sciences for students interested in learning how the drugs of today work and how the novel therapeutics of tomorrow can be developed. Emory […]

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Dabin Choi, acceptance into the 2013 Petit Undergraduate Research Scholars Program

Yoon lab undergraduate volunteer Dabin Choi, who is a second-year student at Emory University, was accepted into the 2013 Petit Undergraduate Research Scholars Program at Georgia Tech. The Petit Undergraduate Research Scholars program is a competitive scholarship program that serves to develop the next generation of leading bioengineering and bioscience researchers by providing a comprehensive […]

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Top Downloaded Online First Article in Circulation Research, Aug 2011

The editors of Circulation Research wish to congratulate us for having published one of the most downloaded articles in Circulation Research journal. During April 2011, our Online First article, “Malignant Tumor Formation After Transplantation of Short-Term Cultured Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Experimental Myocardial Infarction and Diabetic Neuropathy,” was downloaded and viewed over 585 […]

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