Jae-Byum completed a PhD in the Berggren lab at MIT, working on novel methods for nanofabricating complex and functional materials through combinations of self-assembly processes as well as digital information specification. While a postdoctoral scholar in the Boyden lab, he worked on advanced expansion microscopy technologies. He then went on to a tenure-track faculty job at Sungkyunkwan University.
Chang, J.-B., Chen, F., Yoon, Y.-G., Jung, E. E., Babcock H., Kang J.-S., Asano S., Suk H.-J., Pak N., Tillberg P.W., Wassie A., Cai D., Boyden E.S. (2016) Iterative expansion microscopy, Nature Methods, advance online publication, doi:10.1038/nmeth.4261.
Chen, F.*, Wassie, A.T.*, Cote, A.J., Sinha, A., Alon, S., Asano, S., Daugharthy, E.R., Chang, J.-B., Marblestone, A., Church, G.M., Raj, A., Boyden, E.S. (2016) Nanoscale Imaging of RNA with Expansion Microscopy, Nature Methods 13(8):679-84. (*, co-first authors)
Zhang YS*, Chang JB*, Alvarez MM, Trujillo-de Santiago G, Aleman J, Batzaya B, Krishnadoss V, Ramanujam AA, Kazemzadeh-Narbat M, Chen F, Tillberg PW, Dokmeci MR, Boyden ES**, Khademhosseini A.** (2016) Hybrid Microscopy: Enabling Inexpensive High-Performance Imaging through Combined Physical and Optical Magnifications, Scientific Reports 6:22691. (* co-first authors, ** co-corresponding authors)