His primary areas of investigation include Microfluidics, Nanotechnology, Microchannel, Analytical chemistry and Circulating tumor cell. His studies in Microfluidics integrate themes in fields like Whole blood, Cell separation and Biomedical engineering. His Nanotechnology study incorporates themes from Optoelectronics and Membrane.
His study looks at the intersection of Microchannel and topics like Photolithography with Polymer and Concentration factor. Jongyoon Han has included themes like Concentration polarization, Cathode, Electrophoresis and Sensitivity in his Analytical chemistry study. His Circulating tumor cell research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lung cancer, Biochip and Cancer research.
Jongyoon Han mainly focuses on Microfluidics, Nanotechnology, Biomolecule, Electrokinetic phenomena and Microchannel. His Microfluidics research incorporates elements of Cell, Circulating tumor cell, Biophysics, Chromatography and Biomedical engineering. To a larger extent, he studies Cancer with the aim of understanding Circulating tumor cell.
Jongyoon Han combines subjects such as Cell culture and Spiral with his study of Biomedical engineering. Jongyoon Han works mostly in the field of Nanotechnology, limiting it down to topics relating to Electrophoresis and, in certain cases, Chemical physics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Whole blood and Analytical chemistry.
Jongyoon Han mostly deals with Microfluidics, Cell, Biomedical engineering, Electrokinetic phenomena and Cell biology. His work deals with themes such as Nucleic acid, Biomanufacturing, Microchannel, Surface acoustic wave and Electrical impedance, which intersect with Microfluidics. His Microchannel research incorporates themes from Analytical chemistry, Spiral, Voltage, Fluid dynamics and Brine.
The various areas that he examines in his Cell study include Cell culture, Aspirin and Apoptosis. His Biomedical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chondrocyte and Microcarrier. Jongyoon Han has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Whole blood, Immune system and Secretion.
Jongyoon Han spends much of his time researching Microfluidics, Cell, Biomedical engineering, Cell culture and Cancer. His Microfluidics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electrical impedance, Surface acoustic wave and Sound pressure. His work carried out in the field of Cell brings together such families of science as Anti-inflammatory, Cancer stem cell, Aspirin and Apoptosis.
His study in Biomedical engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chondrocyte, Cell sorting and Dielectrophoresis. Jongyoon Han interconnects Biomanufacturing, Million Cells and Chondrogenesis, Mesenchymal stem cell in the investigation of issues within Cell culture. The concepts of his Cancer study are interwoven with issues in Computational biology and Personalized medicine.
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Transport phenomena in nanofluidics
Reto B. Schoch;Jongyoon Han;Philippe Renaud.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2008)
Separation of long DNA molecules in a microfabricated entropic trap array.
J. Han;Harold G. Craighead.
Million-fold preconcentration of proteins and peptides by nanofluidic filter.
Ying-Chih Wang,†,‡;and Anna L. Stevens;Jongyoon Han.
Analytical Chemistry (2005)
Direct seawater desalination by ion concentration polarization
Sung Jae Kim;Sung Hee Ko;Kwan Hyoung Kang;Jongyoon Han.
Nature Nanotechnology (2010)
Isolation and retrieval of circulating tumor cells using centrifugal forces
Han Wei Hou;Majid Ebrahimi Warkiani;Bee Luan Khoo;Zi Rui Li.
Scientific Reports (2013)
Concentration polarization and nonlinear electrokinetic flow near a nanofluidic channel.
Sung Jae Kim;Ying-Chih Wang;Jeong Hoon Lee;Hongchul Jang.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
Microfluidics for cell separation.
Ali Asgar S. Bhagat;Hansen Bow;Han Wei Hou;Han Wei Hou;Swee Jin Tan.
Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing (2010)
ENTROPIC TRAPPING AND ESCAPE OF LONG DNA MOLECULES AT SUBMICRON SIZE CONSTRICTION
J. Han;S. W. Turner;Harold G. Craighead.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Slanted spiral microfluidics for the ultra-fast, label-free isolation of circulating tumor cells
Majid Ebrahimi Warkiani;Guofeng Guan;Guofeng Guan;Khoo Bee Luan;Wong Cheng Lee.
Lab on a Chip (2014)
A patterned anisotropic nanofluidic sieving structure for continuous-flow separation of DNA and proteins.
Jianping Fu;Reto B. Schoch;Anna L. Stevens;Steven R. Tannenbaum.
Nature Nanotechnology (2007)
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