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===Contact Info===
 
===Contact Info===
 
Inchan Kwon
 
Inchan Kwon
Department of Chemical Engineering  
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102 Engineers' Way P.O. Box 400741
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Department of Chemical Engineering<br>                     
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4741
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102 Engineers' Way P.O. Box 400741<br>             
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Charlottesville, VA 22904-4741                
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inchan@berkeley.edu
 
inchan@berkeley.edu
  
[[Your Lab]] at University of Virginia.
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[[Kwon Lab]] at University of Virginia.
  
 
===Education===
 
===Education===
2007, PhD, California Institure of Technology
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2007, PhD, California Institure of Technology<br>
 
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1996, MS, Seoul National University<br>
1996, MS, Seoul National University
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1994, BS, Seoul National University<br>
 
 
1994, BS, Seoul National University
 
  
 
2007 - 2008, Postdoc, University of California at Berkeley
 
2007 - 2008, Postdoc, University of California at Berkeley
  
 
===Research Interests===
 
===Research Interests===
# Interest #1
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# self-assembly and oligomer formation of peptides and proteins for development of novel biopharmaceuticals and gene delivery vehicles
# Interest #2
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# small-molecule-dependent protein switches for manipulation of cellular functions
# Interest #3
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# novel hybrids between synthetic polymer and biomolecules
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# manipulation of differentiation and self-renewal of stem cells

Latest revision as of 15:57, 11 September 2007

Contact Info

Inchan Kwon

Department of Chemical Engineering
102 Engineers' Way P.O. Box 400741
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4741

inchan@berkeley.edu

Kwon Lab at University of Virginia.

Education

2007, PhD, California Institure of Technology
1996, MS, Seoul National University
1994, BS, Seoul National University

2007 - 2008, Postdoc, University of California at Berkeley

Research Interests

  1. self-assembly and oligomer formation of peptides and proteins for development of novel biopharmaceuticals and gene delivery vehicles
  2. small-molecule-dependent protein switches for manipulation of cellular functions
  3. novel hybrids between synthetic polymer and biomolecules
  4. manipulation of differentiation and self-renewal of stem cells