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Prof. Sanguk Kim
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Position : Professor
Tel. : +82-54-279-2348, Lab: +82-54-279-8171
Laboratory : Structural Bioinformatics Lab
Office : Life Science Bldg. #103
- Postdoctoral Fellow (2002-2005) in Structural Bioinformatics, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
- Ph.D. (1998-2002) in Molecular Biophysics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
- M.S. (1994-1996) in Molecular Biology, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
- B.S. (1988-1992) in Genetic Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Korea

Computational biology and bioinformatics
- Structural and functional characterization of membrane proteins
- Development of prediction methods for protein structure and protein-protein interaction
- Systematic & quantitative analyses of molecular evolution and biodiversity
- Mathematical & statistical approaches to find bio-patterns from sequence and structural information

- 2009.3- present: Associate professor, Department of Life Science, POSTECH, Pohang, Kyungbuk, Korea
- 2009.1- present: KIAS Associate Member, School of computational Science, Korea Institute for Advanced Study, Korea
- 2005.9- present: Director, Biological Research Information Center (BRIC), Korea
- 2005.9- present: Adjunct professor, School of Interdisciplinary Bioscience and Bioengineering (I-Bio), Postech, Korea
- 2005.3- 2009.2: Assistant professor, Department of Life Science, POSTECH, Pohang, Kyungbuk, Korea
- 2002.8-2005.3: Post doctoral research with James U. Bowie, UCLA-DOE Center for Genomics and Proteomics, Los Angeles, CA
- 1998.8-2002.8: Ph.D. research with Tim. A. Cross, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
- 1996.8-1998.7: Research assistant, Molecular Modeling Laboratory, Doping Control Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea
- 1994.8-1996.8: Teaching & research assistant, Graduate School of Biotechnology, Korea University, Seoul, Korea
- 1992.3-1994.7: ROK Army officer (ROTC), High frequency radio communication division

- Park S, Yang JS, Jang SK, Kim S. Construction of functional interaction networks through consensus localization predictions of the human proteome. J Proteome Research 2009 In Press. (SCI: 6.90) - Choi Y, Yang JS, Choi Y, Ryu S, Kim S. Evolutionary conservation in multiple faces of protein interaction. Proteins 2009 In press. (SCI: 4.68)
- Min CK, Bang SY, Cho BA, Choi YH, Yang JS, Lee SH, Kim K, Kim S, Jung JU, Choi MS, Kim IS, Cho NH. Amphipathic helix of a herpesviral protein is required for TCR down regulation through multivesicular body pathway. PLOS Pathogens 2008. Nov 01;4(11):e1000209 (SCI=9.34)
- Lee DW, Kim JK, Lee S, Choi S, Kim S,* Hwang I.* Nuclear-encoded plastid transit peptides contain multiple sequence subgroups with distinctive chloroplast-targeting sequence motifs. Plant Cell 2008 Jun:20(6):1603-1622. *Co-corresponding (SCI=9.87)
- Page RC, Kim S, Cross TA, Transmembrane helix uniformity examined by spectral mapping of torsion angles. Structure 2008 May 07; 16: 787-797. (SCI=5.74)
- Choi S, Jeon J, Yang JS, Kim S.* Common occurrence of internal repeat symmetry in membrane proteins. Proteins 2008 Feb; 71:68-80. (SCI: 4.68)