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  • THE HUB OF HEALTH ESEARCH IN KOREA
  • The National Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (NCSR)
  • Korea Biobank Project
  • 정지
  • Facilites

    Facilites A system of core facilities to strengthen national response capacity for disease outbreaks and stem cell research capacity.

  • Research on Alzheimer’s

    Research on Alzheimer’s Development of highly effective biomarkers for early diagnosis
    of Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Korean Genome and Epidemiology Study (KoGES)

    Korean Genome and Epidemiology Study (KoGES) KoGES collects epidemiological data and biospecimens such
    as blood, urine, and genomes from a large-scale cohort of subjects aged 40 to 69 years through medical examinations
    and health surveys.

  • Study for Women’s Health

    Study on Women’s Health The Korea Nurses’ Health Study (KNHS) is a prospective
    cohort study that investigates the effects of occupational, environmental, and lifestyle risk factors on the health of
    Korean women.

  • National Center for Medical Information and Knowledge

    National Center for Medical Information
    and Knowledge (NCMIK)
    Support easier utilization of health and medical information
    by establishing a data sharing system built upon the professional and academic information that covers medical science fields and the government’s research outcomes.

  • Vaccine Research

    Vaccine Research KNIH focuses on the research on vaccine development to address the threats posed by pandemic infectious diseases and bioterrorism.

  • Functional Genomics Study

    Functional Genomics Study A genome-wide association study (GWAS) on complex traits and diseases is a method for identifying genetic variants associated with traits or diseases by screening the whole-genome data generated from genotyping of large-scale populations.

  • National Culture Collection for Pathogens (NCCP)

    National Culture Collection for Pathogens (NCCP) NCCP, a centralized pathogen resource bank, collects, preserves, and standardizes the pathogens isolated from Korean clinical patients. Such high-quality pathogens are provided for researchers, thus contributing to biomedical and public health sciences.

  • Viral Respiratory Pathogens

    Viral Respiratory Pathogens The emergence of acute infectious diseases caused by different types of respiratory viruses has gradually become a significant public health issue.

  • National biosafety management of Living Modified Organisms(LMOs) for public health

    National Biosafety Management of Living Modified Organisms (LMOs) for Public Health Autonomous biosafety management capacities of research institutions to ensure a safe level of protection in handling and using LMOs for health and medical purposes.