Thursday, March 2, 2017

2017 Research Methods in Anatomy (Lecture: Graduate School, Seoul National University College of Medicine)

2017 해부학연구법 수업계획표 (잠정)

과목번호: 801.520
과목명(국문): 해부학연구법
과목명(영문): Research Methods in Anatomy
일시: 매주 수요일 저녁 6시 – 8시 50분
장소: 해부학교실 회의실
책임 교수: 신동훈 (740-8203)
담당 지원: 홍종하 (740-8199)

성적: 출석-20, 과제-20, 기말고사-40, 학습태도-20

주차 날짜 내용 담당교수

1주 3/8 오리엔테이션
2주 3/15 (강의) 형태학적 관찰을 위한 조직의 채취 신동훈
3주 3/22 (실습) perfusion 및 각종 조직 채취, paraffin embedding 이동섭
4주 3/29 리포트 제출
5주 4/5 (실습) paraffin section 만들기 이동섭
6주 4/12 (실습) frozen section 황영일
7주 4/19 (실습) 일반화학염색; HE 외 황영일
8주 4/26 (강의) 면역조직화학의 이론; 고정액, 조직처리방법, 발색제 등 이왕재
5월 3일 석탄일 휴강
9주 5/10 (실습) 면역조직화학염색 이왕재
10주 5/17 (실습) 현미경 조작 및 촬영 신동훈
11주 5/24 (강의) FACS analysis 김항래
12주 5/31 예비일
13주 6/7 (강의) 실험 통계 신동훈
14주 6/14 (강의) 생명정보학 입문 신동훈
15주 6/21 시험

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Article published in the proceeding book of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences

Our article about Korean mummy is contributed to the proceeding book "Мультидисциплинарные методы в археологии: новейшие итоги и перспективы" published by Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk).

Paper Click Below: 

Friday, January 6, 2017

The 2017 Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology

I am invited to

The 2017 Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology
(20-25 August 2017 in Groningen, the Netherlands)

[S2] The spread and evolution of ancient infectious diseases

The Scientific Studies on Ancient Parasite Infection of East Asia by Microscopic and Genetic Researches

Dong Hoon Shin

Bioanthropology and Paleopathology Lab, Seoul National University College of Medicine, South Korea

Only about 100 years ago, parasite disease was one of the most prevalent diseases worldwide. The recent development of paleo-parasitology using archaeological samples can provide a wealth of information, making a scientific basis for understanding of ancient parasitism in history. Although East Asia is a region with a long history, the academic tradition of the research on the ancient parasitism was very weak. In recent years, however, interdisciplinary studies successfully revealed how the people of the area were affected by parasite infection in the past; and further analyzed even the ancient parasite genes. Actually, through the microscopic examinations of the mummy coprolites, we estimated the infection prevalence of each parasite spp. in pre-modern East Asia. More interestingly, using the ancient DNA (aDNA) analysis, we also got the genetic information of the ancient parasites prevalent in this area. To date, we sequenced Ascaris, Trichuris, Clonorchis, and Paragonimus aDNA; and by the analysis of the accumulated genetic information, we gained scientific evidences for understanding the genetic traits of ancient parasites in the historical East Asia. By the approaches, we know how the pre-modern parasitism in here differs from now and how their genetic characteristics have changed over the years. 

Friday, December 30, 2016

Lab Newletter 2016 Is Out

Happy New Year!!!!
Please see my lab newsletter_2016!!!