Seung-Hyeon (Sarah) Ko is a CNST/UMD Postdoctoral Researcher in the Nanofabrication Research Group. She received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Chemistry from Ewha Womans University in Seoul, Korea, and a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Purdue University. Her doctoral thesis research focused on self-assembly of nucleic acid nanostructures and related biomedical applications. At the CNST, Sarah is working with J. Alexander Liddle to develop hybrid nanofabrication methods that combine top-down and bottom-up techniques.
- Surface-Mediated DNA Self-Assembly, X. Sun, S. Ko, C. Zhang, A. E. Ribbe, and C. Mao, Journal of the American Chemical Society 131, 13248-13249 (2009).
- Symmetry Controls the Face Geometry of DNA Polyhedra, C. Zhang, S. Ko, M. Su, Y. Leng, A. E. Ribbe, W. Jiang, and C. Mao, Journal of the American Chemical Society 131, 1413-1415 (2009).
- DNA Nanotubes as Combinatorial Vehicles for Cellular Delivery, S. Ko, H. Liu, Y. Chen, and C. Mao, Biomacromolecules 9, 3039-3043 (2008).
- Reversible Switching of pRNA activity On the DNA Packaging Motor of Bacteriophage, S. Ko, Y. Chen, D. Shu, P. Guo, and C. Mao, Journal of the American Chemical Society 130, 17684-17687 (2008).
- Complexity Emerges from Lattice Overlapping: Implication for Nanopatterning, Y. He, S. Ko, Y. Tian, A. E. Ribbe, and C. Mao, Small 4, 1329-1331 (2008).
CNST/UMD Postdoctoral Researcher
Nanofabrication Research Group