Sungyong You, PhD

Assistant Professor, Surgery

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Sciences

Sungyong You, PhD

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Sungyong You, PhD

Assistant Professor, Surgery

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Sciences

Sungyong You, PhD, has a strong background in computational biology, with specific training and expertise in statistical analysis of large-scale genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics data. The major themes of You's research are disease-relevant studies directed toward identifying the drivers of pathogenesis; discovery and assessment of biomarkers with the goal of classifying disease entities, prognosis and response to therapeutic interventions; and potential association of specific signal transduction and metabolic networks with disease phenotypes as an approach to identifying novel therapeutic targets.

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  • Undergraduate: Seoul National University, 2001
  • Master's: Seoul National University, 2005
  • Doctorate: Pohang University of Science and Technology, 2012
  • Post Doctorate: Cedars-Sinai, 2014

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  • Lecture Invitation: Integrated classification of prostate cancer reveals a novel luminal subtype with poor outcome. The 2016 American Urological Association (AUA) Summer Research Conference. Linthicum, Maryland, 2016
  • Lecture Invitation: An epigenomic pathway from cholesterol to intracrine androgen. The Western Section American Urological Association (AUA) Meeting. Palm Springs, California, 2015
  • Postdoctoral Training Award, Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP) Scholars Program, Department of Defense, 2014
  • Research Scholar Award, Urology Care Foundation Research Scholars Program, American Urological Association, 2014
  • Best Poster Award, The 2013 American Urological Association Annual Meeting, American Urological Association, 2013

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  • You S, Knudsen BS, Erho N, Alshalalfa M, Takhar M, Ashab HA, Davicioni E, Karnes RJ, Klein EA, Den RB, et al. Integrated classification of prostate cancer reveals a novel luminal subtype with poor outcome. Cancer Res. 2016 Sep 1;76(17):4948-4958.
  • Han EJ, Yoo SA, Kim GM, Hwang, D, Cho CS, You S*, Kim WU*. GREM1 Is a Key Regulator of Synoviocyte Hyperplasia and Invasiveness. J Rheumatol. 2016 Mar;43(3):474-485. *Co-corresponding author
  • Choi DY*, You S*, Jung JH, Lee JC, Rho JK, Lee KY, Freeman MR, Kim KP, Kim J. Extracellular vesicles shed from gefitinib-resistant nonsmall cell lung cancer regulate the tumor microenvironment. Proteomics. 2014 Aug;14(16):1845-1856. *Co-first author

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