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Youngjae You

Youngjae You
Youngjae You
Associate Professor
University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
University of Oklahoma


Youngjae You received his Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy in Chungnam National University (Korea) and MS and PhD in Medicinal Chemistry at the same institution under Prof. Byung-ZunAhn. Then, he moved to SUNY at Buffalo, NY for his postdoctoral training in 2001 under Prof. Michael R. Detty. From 2004 to 2006, he was a research assistant professor there. He also worked at the Univeristy of Rochester Medical Center with Dr. RusselHilf. His independent academic career stared in 2006 at South Dakota State University as an assistant professor at the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department. Then, he moved to the College of Pharmacy, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in 2010 summer as an associate professor.

Research Interest

Drug design for optimized biological activity
Design of new photosensitizers for photodynamic therapy and new fluorescence dyes for fluorescence imaging
Multifunctional drug delivery systems for remote-controlled drug release



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Emerging Strategies for Controlling Drug Release by Using Visible/Near IR Light

Bio Moses and Youngjae You
Review Article: Med Chem (Los Angeles) 2013, 3:192
DOI: 10.4172/2161-0444.1000138