Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Samsung Medical Center

Speciality Interests

Dementia
Cognitive Neuroscience
Mild Cognitive Impairments
Subjective memory Complaints

Schedule

schedule of week
04 MON
15
TUE
16
WEN
17
THU
18
FRI
19
AM available available
PM available

Medical School

Yonsei University College of Medicine

Specialty Training

Specialty Training
Fellowship   Samsung Medical Center
Residency   Yonsei University College of Medicine
Internship   Yonsei University College of Medicine

Participation in Academic Societies
and Research

  • A member of the Korean Neurological Society
    A member of the Korean Association of Dementia

Thesis

ALZHEIMERS RES THER 2021 10.1186/s13195-021-00854-z

Identifying novel genetic variants for brain amyloid deposition: a genome-wide association study in the Korean population

Kim1, HR; Jung, SH; Kim, J; Jang, H; Kang, SH; Hwangbo, S; Kim, JP; Kim, SY; Kim, B; Kim, S; Jeong, JH; Yoon, SJ; Park, KW; Kim, EJ; Yoon, B; Jang, JW; Hong, JY; Choi, SH; Noh, Y; Kim, KW; Kim, SE; Lee, JS; Jung, NY; Lee, J; Kim, BC; Son, SJ; Hong, CH; Na, DL; Seo, SW; Won, HH; Kim, HJ

SCI REP-UK 2021 10.1038/s41598-021-92101-6

The relationship of soluble TREM2 to other biomarkers of sporadic Alzheimer's disease

Park1, SH; Lee, EH; Kim, HJ; Jo, S; Lee, S; Seo, SW; Park, HH; Koh, SH; Lee, JH

ALZHEIMERS RES THER 2021 10.1186/s13195-021-00857-w

Differential effects of risk factors on the cognitive trajectory of early- and late-onset Alzheimer's disease

Kim1, J; Woo, SY; Kim, S; Jang, H; Kim, J; Kim, J; Kang, SH; Na, DL; Chin, J; Apostolova, LG; Seo, SW; Kim, HJ

TRANSL PSYCHIATRY 2021 10.1038/s41398-021-01412-9

Novel Alzheimer's disease risk variants identified based on whole-genome sequencing of APOE epsilon 4 carriers

Park1, JH; Park, I; Youm, EM; Lee, S; Park, JH; Lee, J; Lee, DY; Byun, MS; Lee, JH; Yi, D; Chung, SJ; Park, KW; Choi, N; Kim, SY; Yoon, W; An, H; Kim, KW; Choi, SH; Jeong, JH; Kim, EJ; Kang, H; Lee, J; Kim, Y; Lee, EA; Seo, SW; Na, DL; Kim, JW

SCI REP-UK 2021 10.1038/s41598-021-91026-4

Visual impairment increases the risk of dementia, especially in young males in a 12-year longitudinal follow-up study of a national cohort

Lee1, GI; Chi, SA; Kim, K; Seo, SW; Kim, HJ; Chung, TY; Lim, DH

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