Korean Translator in Los Angeles – Sangah


Sangah

EXPERIENCE:

Oct. 2004- present Senior pastor in Lord’s Love Christian Church, Glendale, Ca

1999 – 2004  Professors in several Oriental Medical Schools teaching

Human Anatomy and Physiology and Pathology

Oct 1993- May 1997 Postdoctoral fellow in Dept. of Physiology, School of Medicine. University of California, Los Angeles, California, USA

Sep. 1991 – May 1993 Research and Teaching Assistant in the Dept. of Physiology and in the Dept. of Neuroscience, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA.

Mar. 1989 – Aug. 1990 Part Time Instructor in the Dept. of Physiology and also Research and Teaching Assistant, School of Medicine, Kyungsang National University, Korea.

Mar. 1986 – Feb. 1987 M.D. in Emergency Rooms of Several Hospitals, Seoul, Korea. Part Time Instructor in Physiology, Chuncheon Junior Nursing College, Chuncheon City, Korea.

PERSONAL DATA: Female, Born in February 22, 1960 in Korea. EDUCATION:

Feb, 1997 Dec. 2002  M.Div. at Talbot Seminary School, Biola
University, USA

Sep. 1990 – May. 1993   Ph.D. in the Department of Physiology, Division of

Biomedicine, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA

Mar. 1989 – Aug. 1990  Graduate student for Pursuing Ph.D. degree in the Department of

Physiology, School of Medicine, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

Mar. 1987 – Feb. 1989 M.M.S.(Master Degree in Medical Science) in Department of Physiology, School of Medicine, Seoul National University. Seoul, Korea.

Mar. 1980 – Feb. 1986 B.Sc. and M.D. in Medicine, School of Medicine, Ewha Woman’s University, Seoul, Korea.

PUBLICATIONS:

1.   Sang-Ah Seoh, Diane M. Papazian, and Francisco Bezanilla. Are Putative Transmembrane Charged Residues Sufficient for the Explanation of All of the Gating Charges in Voltage-Dependent Potassium Channels ?

2.   Sang-Ah Seoh, Diane M. Papazian, and Francisco Bezanilla. Channel Properties of Charge-Conserving and Charge-Neutralization Mutants Made on the D447 Position in the P-region.

3.   Francisco Bezanilla,  Sang-Ah Seoh. Daniel Sigg, and Diane M. Papazian, 1996. The Molecular Origin of Voltage Dependence in Ionic Channels. Book Chapter in Ion Channels  and Cell to Cell Communication (in press)

4.   Sang-Ah Seoh, Daniel Sigg, Diane M. Papazian, and Francisco Bezanilla, 1996. Voltage-Sensing Residues in the S2 and S4 Segments of the Shaker K+ channel. Neuron 16: 1159-1167.

5.   Diane M. Papazian, Xuesi M. Shao, Sang-Ah Seoh, Allan F. Mock, Yu Huang, and Daniel H. Wainstock, 1995. Electrostatic Interactions of S4 Voltage Sensor in Shaker K+ channel. Neuron 14: 1293-1301.

6.   Sang-Ah Seoh and David Busath, 1995. Tryptophan-Lipid Head Group Interactions Stabilize a Novel Gramicidin Conformation in Lipid Bilayers. Biophys J 68: 2271-2279.

7.   Sang-Ah Seoh and David Busath, 1993. Formamidinium-Induced Dimer Stabilization and Flicker Block Behavior in Homo- and Heterodimer Channels Formed by Gramicidin A and N-acetyl Gramicidin A. Biophys J

8.   Sang,-Ah  Seoh and David Busath, 1993. Permeation Properties of Small Organic Cations            

9.  Myong Ae Choe, Jun Kim, Sang-Ah Seoh, Chang Keun Kim, Mee Sook Lee, Kwang Ho Lee, Chang Soon Koh, and Sang Chul Park, 1989. Effect of Glutamate on Lactate-Induced Performance Decrease of Muscular Contraction. The Seoul Journal of Medicine, Vol. 30, No. 3:163-169.

10.  Jun Kim, Sang-Ah Seoh, Ho Kyung Sung, 1989. Properties of the Arterial Pressor Response Induced by Stimulation of the Ventral Root Afferent Fibers in the Cat. The Korean Journal of Physiology, Vol. 23, No. 1:129-138.

11.  Sang-Ah Seoh, Jun Kim, 1989. Electrophysiologic Mechanism of Tail Flick Reflex in Rats. The Korean Journal of Physiology, Vol. 23, No. 1:179-189.

12.  Jun Kim, Sang-Ah Seoh, Ho Kyung Sung, 1988. Arterial Pressor Response Elicited by Activation of Muscle Afferent Fibers in the Cat. The Korean Journal of Physiology, Vol. 22, No. 2:231-243.

THESES:

Sang-Alt Seoh, (Advisor: David Busath), 1993. Novel Permeation Properties of Forrnamidinium with the Gramicidin A Channel and Its Analogs: Implications for the mechanisms of formamidinium-induced channel stabilization, the open channel noise, and supralinear I-V relations in gramicidin A channels and of flicker blocks in N-acetyl gramicidin A channels. Ph.D. thesis. Brown University, Providence, RI., USA

Sang-Ah Seoh, (Advisor: Jun Kim), 1989. A Study of the Latent Period of Tail Flick Reflex Evoked by Electrical Stimulation in Rat. Thesis for Master Degree. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.



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