김성준 / KIM, Sungjun
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Department / Institute / Center :
Radiology/Yonsei University, College of Medicine

Contact Information

Phone +82-2-2019-3510 Email agn70@yuhs.ac Website

Educational Background

Undergraduate Education 1996, M.D. Yonsei University, College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
Final Degree (University, Major) 2010, Ph.D.Graduate School, Kangwon National University, College of medicine, Chuncheon, Korea
Overseas Training (Institute, Supervisor)

Professional Societies and current positions

1. Vice Academy Director, The Korean Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology (2008-2009)
2. Academy Director, The Korean Society of Spine Imaging (2009-present)
3. Director of International Cooperation, The Korean Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology (2010-present)
4. Peer Reviewer of European Radiology (2006-present)
5. Peer Reviewer of Korean Journal of Radiology (2008-present)

Research Area(s)

Translational research, Clinical research, Medical devices
Research Field 1. Quantitative analysis of peripheral nerve imaging
2. Computer aided diagnosis of musculoskeletal diseases
3. Validation and development of MRI sequences for joint imaging
Diseases 1. Peripheral nerve diseases
2. Internal derangement of joints
3. Degenerative and non-degenerative spine diseases
4. Rhematologic diseases
Possible Collaboration 1. 다학제적 협력을 통한 영상처리기술 개발. 2. 동물 실험을 통한 병리생리학적 질병기전의 규명. 3. 근골격계 관련 질환의 영상과 관련된 임상연구

Research Methods

1. Analysis of imaging finding
2. Statistical design of imaging validation
3. Histopathologic correlation of imaging findings
4. Signal interpretation of magnetic resonance imaging
5. Clinical data correction and validation

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Major Published Articles and Books

1. Kim S, Choi JY, Huh YM, Song HT, Lee SA, Kim SM, Suh JS. Role of magnetic resonance imaging in entrapment and compressive neuropathy—what, where and how to see the peripheral nerves on the musculoskeletal magnetic resonance image: part 1. Overview and lower extremity. Eur Radiol 2007 Jan; 17(1):139-49. Epub 2006 Mar 30.
2. Kim S, Choi JY, Huh YM, Song HT, Lee SA, Kim SM, Suh JS. Role of magnetic resonance imaging in entrapment and compressive neuropathy—what, where and how to see the peripheral nerves on the musculoskeletal magnetic resonance image: part 2. Upper extremity. European Radiology 2007 Feb; 17(2): 509-522. Epub 2006 Mar 30.
3. Kim S, Huh YM, Song HT, Lee SA, Lee JW, Lee JE, Chung IH, Suh JS.
Chronic Tibiofibular Syndesmosis Injury of the Ankle: Evaluation with Contrast-Enhanced Fat-Suppressed 3D Fast Spoiled Gradient-recalled Acquisition in the Steady State MR Imaging. Radiology 2007 Jan; 242(1): 225-235.
4. Kim S, Yoon CS, Rhy JA, Lee S, Park YS, Kim SS, Lee YH, Suh JS. A comparison of the diagnostic performances of visceral organ targeted versus spine targeted protocols for the evaluation of spinal fractures using 16 channel multidetector row CT: Is additional spine targeted CT necessary to evaluate thoracolumbar spinal fractures in blunt trauma victims? J Trauma. 2010 Aug; 69(2): 437-446.
5. Kim H, Kim HS, Moon ES, Yoon CS, Chung TS, Song HT, Suh JS, Kim S. Scoliosis Imaging: What Radiologists Should Know. Radiographics. 2010 Nov; 30: 1823-1843.