Prof. Bae gave an interview to SGTV News 4 (Weird Things With Ward) on the topic of "Man with a Microchip". He gave comments on the side effects and future requirements of the implantable microchip for human purposes. This video is posted at the multimedia section of The Daily Gamecock.
Prof. Bae has been invited at 9th International Advances in Applied Physics & Materials Science Congress & Exhibition (APMAS2019, Oludeniz, Turkey, Oct. 22-28, 2019) as an invited speaker. He will present about "Magnetic Nanofluid Hyperthermia with Exceptionally High AC Magnetic Heat Induction Using Newly Developed Mg shallow-doped γ-Fe2O3 Nanoparticles for Cancer Clinics" to the attendees.
As a keynote speaker, Prof. Bae has presented about "Colossal Magnetic Heat Induction of Magnesium Doped r-Fe2O3 Nanoflluids (HyperTheranoidTM-1) and Highly Efficient AC Magnetic Filed Generator System (HyperTheranoid EXTM) for Thermoablation of Cancers" to the attendees, mostly doctors who are highly interested in Magnetic Nanofluids Hyperthermia. After his speech, he joined as a session chair in the afternoon session of the event to facilitate a lively panel discussion among the doctors who attended the conference.
Keynote speaker at Clinical Trial & Pharmacovigilance 2019
Our current progress in the development of magnetic hyperthermia system (HyperTheranoidTM) and it's future marketing & commercialization was introduced in PAX Net news, in Korea.
Jan. 3, 2019
PAX Net news
PAX Net news
The cancer research on magnetic nanofluid hyperthermia from Bae's Research Group was introduced in Health section of MILLENIUM MAGAZINE.
Jul. 24, 2018
Local South Carolina NEWS
Prof. Bae was introduced in Korean Journal Sisain with his current achievement on the magnetic fluid hyperthermia. Together with Prof. Park in Seoul National University, we developed a strategy that can effectively induce Heat Shock Proteins for ocular neuroprotection in glaucoma based on heat-generating magnetic nanoparticles.
Jan. 11, 2018
Our current research achievement "Mg shallow doping effects on the ac magnetic self-heating characteristics of γ-Fe2O3 superparamagnetic nanoparticles for highly efficient hyperthermia (Appl. Phys. Lett. 2017)" was introduced in various media.
The Seoul Shinmun
Applied Physics Letters
Prof. Bae has been invited at 5th International Conference on Nanomedicine, Drug Delivery, and Tissue Engineering (NDDTE'20, Lisbon, Portugal, Apr. 12-14, 2020) as a keynote speaker. He will present about "Colossal Magnetic Heat Induction of Magnesium shallow Doped gamma-Fe2O3 Nanofluids (HypertheranoidTM-1) and Somatically Safe AC Magnetic Field Generator system (Hypertheranoid EXTM) for Clinical Hyperhemria" to the attendees.
Prof. Bae has been selected as an Editorial Panel of EC Ophthalmology (ECOP) since 2018. ECOP is a scientific, multidisciplinary and internationally peer-reviewed journal that aims to create a platform to publish various aspects of ophthalmology.
The cancer research on magnetic nanofluid hyperthermia from Bae's Research Group was highlighted in the press releases section of University of South Carolina. This research finding will lead to significant changes in the lives of patients suffering from terminal cancer.
Jul. 12, 2018
University of South Carolina NEWS
Heating Up Cancer Research
Our current research achievement "Giant Magnetic Heat Induction of Magnesium-Doped γ-Fe2O3 Superparamagnetic nanoparticles for Completely Killing Tumors (Adv. Mater. 2018)" was introduced in various media.
Advanced Science News
Our current research achievement "Efects of Recovery Time during Magnetic Nanofuid Hyperthermia on the Induction Behavior and Efciency of Heat Shock Proteins 72 (Sci. Rep. 2017)" was introduced in various media.