Seung-min Park

Dr, Stanford University School of Medicine
  • Stanford University School of Medicine
  • United States of America

About Seung-min Park

Seung-min Park is an Instructor of Urology at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Park had unique educational background in Physics (bachelor's degree, 2002) and Applied Physics (PhD, 2008), and has been exploring interdisciplinary pathways to academic independence (bioengineering, radiology, and urology). As a doctoral student at Cornell, Dr. Park pioneered the design and fabrication of micro and nanostructures for electronic, mechanical, and biological applications. His postdoctoral training at University of California, Berkeley had facilitated the cohesive development for translational applications of emerging micro/nano technologies for molecular analysis of diseases. At Stanford, Dr. Park expanded his research to include cancer diagnosis and assessment associated with liquid biopsy and developed a nanodiagnostics system for detecting genetic contents of single circulating tumor cells isolated from the blood. His recent work focuses on achieving precision health via the analysis of human excreta. 


Biochips Biomedical analytics Biomedical imaging Biomedical instrumentation Biomedical sensors Bio-MEMS Biomolecular engineering Cancer technology Clinical trials Diagnostics Genomics Health informatics Health systems engineering Imaging Medical devices Medical technology Micro- and nanobiotechnology Nanobiotechnology Precision medicine Single-cell technologies Smart biosensors and diagnostics Translational medicine Wearable technology


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Apr 08, 2020
Replying to Ben Johnson

This is one of my all time favourite poster images. Fantastic work!

Thank you so much! We are currently developing an upgraded Smart Toilet system for cancer diagnosis and even COVID-19 detection!


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