Byung-Chang Suh, Ph.D.

Professor

E-mail: bcsuh@dgist.ac.kr

Education

1991 B.S.

Seoul National University,  Department of Agricultural Biology, Seoul, Korea

1994 M.S.

POSTECH, Department of Life Science, Neurophysiology, Pohang, Korea

1997 Ph.D.

POSTECH, Department of Life Science, Molecular Neurophysiology, Pohang, Korea

Research Experiences

1997 ~ 2001

Postdoctoral Fellow, in lieu of 3-year military service requirement

Basic Science Research Center, POSTECH, Pohang, Korea

 

2001 ~ 2004

Senior Fellow, Department of Physiology and Biophysics

University of Washington, Seattle, USA

 

2004 ~ 2010

Research Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics

University of Washington, Seattle, USA

 

2011 ~ 2015

Assistant Professor, Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences

Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Techonology (DGIST), Daegu, Korea

2015 ~ 2019

Associate Professor, Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences

Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Techonology (DGIST), Daegu, Korea

2019 ~

Professor, Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences

Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Techonology (DGIST), Daegu, Korea

Honors, Awards, Experience, and Other Professional Activities

2011 ~ 2012

KBRI Research Planning Team

 

2010 ~

Marquis Who’s Who in the World

 

2006 ~ 2010

Advisor and Principal, Korean-Language School of Everett WA in Northwest America

 

2008

University of Washington Provost Workshop on Teaching

 

2007

University of Washington Conference on Teaching and Learning for Teachers

 

2007

University of Washington Future Faculty Workshop

 

2005 ~ 2006

Advanced English presentation, pronunciation, and writing 2003- Member, Society for Neuroscience

 

1994

The Young Scientist Award from the Korean Research Foundation

 

Invited Presentations (Selected)

 

  1. Gordon Research Conference "Ion Channels" July 2002, Tilton, NH Lecture title, "Muscarinic modulation and recovery of M-current may be breakdown and resynthesis of PIP2"

  2. Brown University, Pharmacology, Physiology & Biotechnology, Feb, 2007, Providence, RI “Phosphoinositide regulation of voltage-gated K+ channels”

  3. Duke University Medical School, Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology, July 20, 2007,Durham, NC “Modulation of KCNQ K+ channels by PIP2”

  4. Inositide Signaling Symposium Janelia Farm, Ashburn, VA. Nov. 4-7, 2007 “Regulation of voltage-sensitive Ca2+ channels by phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate”

  5. University of Michigan Medical School, Department of Pharmacology, April, 2008, Ann Arbor, MI “Modulation of ion channels by membrane phosphoinositides”

 

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