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Daesub Song, D.V.M. associate professor of College of Pharmacy, Korea University, is an international expert on the virology including research of viral pathogenesis and development of animal viral vaccines and diagnostics.
Dr. Song received D.V.M in 2000 and his PhD of veterinary medicine in 2004 at Seoul national university. His research interests include animal virology (swine viruses), viral vaccine, interspecies transmission of viruses, viral-host interaction, and several viral vaccine developments. He also worked as a member in special task force team of MERS-CoV in the Korean Society of Virology and in the MERS-CoV Korea/WHO joint mission team at 2015. And he served as a member of board of directors in Korea Society for Zoonoses and The Korean Vaccine Society from 2016.
Dr. Song commercialized the oral porcine epidemic diarrhea virus vaccine that could induce the mucosal immunity and good protection in piglets for the first time in the world. He led the vaccine research team of several swine/canine vaccines and influenza vaccine in various animal species for the preclinical, clinical trials and registration in government.
Recently, he focused his work to the preclinical validation of several viral vaccines. His work on interspecies transmission of avian origin flu to dogs and its’ mutations led to the need of investigation of dogs as a potential mixing vessel of flu. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed articles.
⦁ 2000년 : Seoul National University, South Korea B.S.(D.V.M),(Veterinary Medicine)
⦁ 2004년 : Seoul National University, South Korea Ph. D.,(Veterinary Medicine(Animal Virology))
2020년 3월 - present : College of Pharmacy, Korea University , Professor
2015년-2020년 : College of Pharmacy, Korea University , Associate Professor
2011년-2015년 : University of Science and Technology , Adjunct Associate Professor
2010년-2015년 : Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology , Senior Researcher
2004년-2010년 : Green Cross Veterinary Products,Military service, researcher, senior researcher
1. Preclinical test of viral vaccine, antiviral
2. Interspecies transmission of virus (Influenza viruses and coronaviruses)
3. Commercialization of animal vaccine
4. Safety and efficacy preclinical test of new drug
5. Zoonotic diseases
(1) Kim, H.O., Na, W., Yeom. M., Choi, J., Kim, J., Lim, J., Yun, D., Chun, H., Park, G., Park, C., Kim, J., Jeong, D., Le Van, P., Lee., K., Lee, J., Song, D., Haam, S. Host cell mimic polymersome for rapid detection of highly pathogenic influenza virus via a viral fusion and cell entry. Adv. Func. Mater. 2018. In press. (Corresponding author)
(2) Xie, X., Na, W., Kang, A., Yeom, M., Yuk, H., Moon, H., Kim, S., Kim, H., Kim, J., Pang, M., Wang, Y., Liu, Y., Song, D. Comparison of the virulence of three H3N2 canine influenza virus isolates from Korea and China in mouse and Guinea pig models. BMC. Vet. Res. 2018. 14:149. (Corresponding author)
(3) Chun, H., Yeom, M., Kim, H., Lim, J., Na, W., Park, G., Park, C., Kang, A., Yun, D., Kim, J., Song, D., Haam, S. Efficient antiviral co-delivery using polymersomes by controlling the surface density of cell-targeting groups for influenza A virus treatment. Polym. Chem. 2018. 9, 2116-2123. (Corresponding author)
(4) Kim, H.O., Yeom, M., Kim, J., Kukreja, A., Na, W., Choi, J., Kang, A., Yun, D., Lim, J.W., Song, D., Haam, S. Reactive Oxygen Species-Regulating Polymersome as an Antiviral Agent against Influenza Virus. Small. 2017. 13(32). (Corresponding author)
(5) Lyoo, K.S., Na, W., Phan, L.V., Yoon, S.W., Yeom, M., Song, D., Jeong, D.G. Experimental infection of clade 1.1.2 (H5N1), clade 126.96.36.199c (H5N1) and clade 188.8.131.52 (H5N6) highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses in dogs. Transbound. Emerg. Dis. 2017. 64(6) ; 1669-1675. (Corresponding author)
(6) Lyoo, K.S., Yeom, M., Kim, J., Kim, D., Ha, G., Na, W., Le, V.P., Song, D. Development of rapid immunochromatographic strip test for the detection of porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus. Vet. Rec. 2017. 181(22) 596. (Corresponding author)
(7) Na, W., Lyoo, K.S., Yoon, S.W., Yeom, M.J., Kang, B., Moon, H., Kim, H.K., Jeong, D.G., Kim, J.K., Song, D. Attenuation of the virulence of a recombinant influenza virus expressing the naturally truncated NS gene from an H3N8 equine influenza virus in mice. Vet. Res. 2016. 15;47(1):115 (Corresponding author)
(8) Kim, H.K., Yoon, S.W., Kim, D.J., Koo, B.S., Noh, J.Y., Kim, J.H., Choi, Y.G., Na, W.S., Chang, K.T., Song, D., Jeong, D.G. Detection of severe acute respiratory syndrome like, middle east respiratory syndrome like bat coronaviruses and group H rotavirus in feces of Korean bats. Transbound. Emerging. Dis. 2016. 63(4), 365-372. (Corresponding author)
(9) Lyoo, K.S., Na, W.S., Yeom, M. Jeong, D.G., Kim, C.W., Kim, J.K., Song, D. Virulence of a novel reassortant canine H3N2 influenza virus in ferret , dog and mouse models. Arch. Virol. 2016, In press, (Corresponding author)
(10) Na, W., Lyoo, K.S., Song, E.J., Hong, M.K., Yeom, M.J., Moon, H,J., Kang, B,K., Kim, D,J., Kim, J,K., Song, D. Viral dominance of reassortants between canine influenza H3N2 and pandemic (2009) H1N1 viruses from a naturally co-infected dog. Virology J. 2015, 12 (134) (Corresponding author)
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