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Yoon Yeo



  • Yoon Yeo, Ph.D.
  • 77 Mass ave E25-342, Cambridge, MA 02139
  • yoonyeo at
  • 617.253.3125


Work Experience

  • Post-doctoral associate, MIT, Cambridge, MA (2004-present)
    Advisors: Robert Langer, Sc.D., Daniel S. Kohane, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Research scientist, Sam Yang Co. Ltd., Pharmaceutical R&D center, Daejeon, Korea (1995-1999)


  1. Yeo, Y., Ito, T., Bellas, E., Highley, C.B., Marini, R., Langer, R., and Kohane, D.S., Composite hydrogels based on hyaluronic acid and PLGA nanoparticles for preventing post-operative abdominal adhesions. Ann. Surg. In press.
  2. Karp, J.M.*, Yeo, Y.*, Geng, W., Cannizarro, C., Yan, K., Kohane, D.S., Vunjak-Novakovic, G., Langer, R., and Radisic, M. A simple robust method to rapidly create cellular micropatterns. Biomaterials. In press. (* authors contributed equally)
  3. Fukuda, J., Khademhosseini, A., Yeo, Y., Yeh, J., Yang, X., Eng, G., Wang, C.-F., Kohane, D.S., and Langer, R. Micromolding of photocrosslinkable chitosan hydrogel for spheroid microarray and co-cultures. Biomaterials. In press.
  4. Yeo, Y., Geng, W., Ito, T., Kohane, D.S., Burdick, J., and Radisic, M., A photocrosslinkable hydrogel for myocyte cell culture and injection. J. Biomed. Mat. Res. In press.
  5. Yeo, Y., Highley, C.B., Bellas, E., Ito, T., Marini, R., and Kohane, D.S., In situ cross-linkable hyaluronic acid hydrogels prevent post-operative abdominal adhesions in a rabbit model. Biomaterials. In press.
  6. Yeo, Y., Burdick, J.A., Highley, C.B., Marini, R., Langer, R., and Kohane, D.S., Peritoneal application of chitosan and UV-cross-linkable chitosan. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. In press.
  7. Kohane, D.S., Tse, J.Y., Yeo, Y., Padera, R., Shubina, M., Langer, R., Biodegradable polymeric microspheres and nanospheres for drug delivery in the peritoneum. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. (2006) 77A(2): 351-361.
  8. Yeo, Y., Bellas, E., Firestone, W., Langer, R., and Kohane, D.S., Complex coacervates for thermally sensitive controlled release of flavor compounds. J. Agric. Food Chem. (2005) 53(19): 7518-7525. (* Received news recognition in August 24, 2005 issue of Institute of Food Technologists Weekly Newsletter.)
  9. Park, J.H., Ye, M., Yeo, Y., Lee, W.K., Paul, C., and Park, K., Reservoir-Type Microcapsules Prepared by the Solvent Exchange Method: Effect of Formulation Parameters on Microencapsulation of Lysozyme. Molecular Pharmaceutics. (2006) 3(2): 135-143.
  10. Yeo, Y. and Park, K., A new microencapsulation method using an ultrasonic atomizer based on interfacial solvent exchange. J. Controlled Release (2004) 100(3): 379-388.
  11. Yeo, Y. and Park, K., Characterization of reservoir-type microcapsules made by the solvent exchange method. AAPS PharmSciTech (2004) 5(4): article 52.
  12. Yeo, Y., Chen, A.U., Basaran, O.A., and Park, K., Solvent exchange method: a novel microencapsulation technique using dual microdispensers. Pharm. Res. (2004) 21(8): 1419-1427. Cover page.
  13. Yeo, Y. and Park, K., Control of encapsulation efficiency and initial burst in polymeric microparticle systems. Arch. Pharmacal Res. (2004) 27(1): 1-12.
  14. Yeo, Y., Basaran, O.A. and Park, K., A new process for making reservoir-type microcapsules using ink-jet technology and interfacial phase separation. J. Controlled Release (2003) 93(2): 161-173.
  15. Yeo, Y., Baek, N. and Park, K., Microencapsulation methods for delivery of protein drugs. Biotechnol. Bioprocess Eng. (2001) 6: 213-230.
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