- Ph.D : GIST, Biomedical Science and Engineering (2014.02 - present)
- M.S. : GIST, Medical System Engineering (2012.03 -2014.02)
- B.S. : Chonbuk National university, Biomedical Engineering (2008.03 - 2012.02)
- Research Topic
- Parylene coated PDMS Chip for PCR
- Low Power PCR system for PCR
- PDMS-based PCR chip has micro-pore of PDMS induced several problems such as bubble formation, sample evaporation, and sample adsorption.
- To resolve these problems, parylene-C has been used to encapsulate microfluidic devices.
- Commercial PCR machine utilize Peltier (TEC) which is high power consumption (400W).
- To reduce power consumption, dual micro Pt heater and dual blower fan have been used.
PCR System through the Fabrication of Chip and Thermal cycle of PCR
-  Giseok Kang, Jae-Cheon Kim, SangdoJeong, Hyoung-Ihl Kim, Jong-Hyun Lee, "Intradiscal Microprobe with a Vibrational Optical Fiber for Diagnosis and Thermal Therapy of Discogenic Pain Due to an Annular Fissure", Journal of Medical devices, Vol. 10, December.
-  Chang-ju Park, Hyeon-Woo Kim, SangdoJeong, SeungwanSeo, Yangkyu Park, Hong Sang Moon, Jong-Hyun Lee, "Anti-Reflux Ureteral Stent with Polymeric Flap Valve Using Three- Dimensional Printing: An In Vitro Study", Journal of endourology, Vol. 29, No. 8, Pp.933-938, August.
-  Donghyeon Kim, JinmoJeong, SangdoJeong, Sohee Kim, Sung Chan Jun, Euiheon Chung, "Validation of Computational Studies for Electrical Brain Stimulation With Phantom Head Experiments", Brain stimulation, Vol. 8, Pp.914-925, June.
-  S. Jeong, et al., “Fabrication of PDMS/Parylene Chip and Pt Heater-based Thermal cycler for Real-time qPCR”, KMEMS, Jeju, Korea.
-  S. Jeong, et al., “Parylene-C Coating inside PDMS Chip to Enhance PCR Efficiency”, qPCR &Digital PCR Congress, London, UK.
-  S. Jeong, et al,. "The Phantom-based validation approach for the reliable simulation of electric neuromodulation", Ther Korean Society of Medical &Biological Engineering, Osong, Korea.