Korean Society of
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Macroscopic Brain Function Study

The foundation of this society is more than just a gathering of Korean brain function researchers to prepare an academic venue. We hope that this society will take root in Korea and become an academic base for all related researchers nationwide who lead high-tech medicine in the new era of the 21st century.

Mission Statement

Our daily lives consist of a web of cognitive tasks including the functions of sensing and behavior depending on the circumstances. There are fundamental parts of cognitive function such as recognition, attention, and memory; High-level cognitive functions such as language, thought, feeling, and judgment, however, help give human beings an intelligent edge over other animals. While there have been breakthroughs unlocking the secrets of brain function for the past years, we still have a long way to go in terms of the understanding of human brain on the bases of anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry. A major impediment to the challenge might be that it is quite daunting to overcome some technological limits because the subject of research is not a guinea pig, but the very human being.

Thanks to recent technological advances, however, ground-breaking imaging tools for brain mapping have been developed and put into practical use. That means that brain mapping can be obtained both through EEG or MEG measuring the electrical or magnetic signals from the brain and through SPECT, PET, fMRI measuring the metabolic or hemodynamic activities of the brain. In addition, physio- and biochemical-mapping can be realized owing to such new imaging tools as MRS, DTI, OCT, and TMS. Now it is expected that more research will be needed to enhance the understanding of normal brain functions building on the above cutting-edge technologies, and promote the availability in the diagnosis and treatment of numerous brain diseases. Besides, engineering research will also be needed to better analyze the brain mapping data and to develop a tool with more accuracy and precision.

Today brain mapping and its associated technologies are being actively sought in America and Europe. In the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, an international brain mapping society, for example, there are many researchers from across the globe devoting themselves in publication and information sharing with one another. In case of South Korea, however, it is unfortunate that there is no appropriate rallying stage to do the same functions although there are many local researchers with keen interests in brain mapping across diverse schools and institutions. In fact, only micro-scale research is being conducted and macro-scale research such as brain mapping is being left out in the cold.

Against this backdrop, we are intended to found the Korean Society for Human Brain Mapping (KHBM) by brining together local researchers studying brain mapping. In a sense, the foundation of the KHBM should mean more than just providing an academic arena for researchers in brain mapping. Its mission may well include building up Koreans characteristic brain mapping data on our own, considering the fact that racial or cultural factors may make some difference in brain mapping. We sincerely hope that the KHBM would take hold to become a solid foundation for those who leading cutting-edge medical technologies across the nation in a new millennium.

20 Anniversary KHBM


After our society was established in 2002, not only the number of research and researcher in the field of mapping brain function has been increased but also the level of the research has been continuously improved. Based on it, the society is trying to inform the research ability internationally as a country leading to brain research. With our members’ abilities, OHBM(Organization for Human Brain Mapping) which is the most important international conference in the domain of mapping brain function has been facing open on June 2021.

Since the brain controls both mind and body of human beings, the complicated structure and function seem to be more mysterious. We now procure up-to-date technology for mapping the brain function due to rapid development of the technology in modern science. This helps us to study mysteriousness of the normal human brain and further to apply the technology of mapping brain function to diagnosis and treatment of unknown brain diseases. Accordingly, we who are associated with brain function mapping have a responsibility of investigating the brain function and conquering the brain diseases. Unfortunately, we still feel inadequate to accomplish the responsibility.

Because the brain function mapping is interdisciplinary study, many researchers from different study fields have been participating in our society. As an executive team, we would strive for merging the relevant study fields and providing forum for information exchange between the researchers in order to achieve our responsibility. Lastly, we hope that many relevant researchers would join in the task for developing the brain function mapping further with our society.

Jae-Jin KimPresident of Korean Society for Human Brain Mapping
Hae Jeong ParkSecretary of Korean Society for Human Brain Mapping

KHBM History

Year Date Content
2002 May Memorial lecture
Meeting of promoters
1st selection of board members
Autumn Inaugural general meeting
2003 May Spring conference
November 21 VBM workshop (Basic course) Topic: Experiments and analysis of the fMRI data using SPM
(Advanced course) Topic: Experiments and analysis of the single-event fMRI data using SPM
Autumn conference/ Topic: New technologies in brain exploration - MEG and DTI
2004 May 14 Spring conference Topic: Brain mapping for Koreans and its applications
November 19 Autumn conference Topic: What¡¯s ahead in brain mapping technologies
November 2nd selection of board members
2005 May 20 Spring conference/ Topic: Update of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) for the Study in Brain Function and Brain Disease
November 4 Autumn conference
2006 May 19 Spring conference/ Topic: EEG and MEG in the Studies of Brain Function and Diseases
November 3 Autumn conference
November 3rd selection of board members
2007 May 4 Autumn conference
November 3 Spring conference
2008 November 7 Autumn conference
November 4th selection of board members
2009 May 22 Spring conference/ Topic: Brain Mapping of Memory & Vision
November 6 Autumn conference
2010 May 14 Spring conference
November 5 Autumn conference/ Topic: Frontiers in Brain Mapping
November 5th selection of board members
2011 May 4 Spring conference
November 4 Autumn conference
2012 May 4 Spring conference/ Topic: Brain Mapping of Cognition
November 2 Autumn conference
November 6th selection of board members
2013 May Spring Conference (Back to Clinical Exploration of Human Motor-Sensory System)
November Autumn Conference (Practical Workshop for Statistics for Brain Signal and Image Analysis)
2014 May Spring Conference (Cognition and Computation in the Brain)
November Autumn Conference (TBA)
Election of 7th Board Members
2015 April 24 Spring conference
November 6 Fall conference
2016 May 6 Spring conference
November 4 Fall conference and Annual meeting of Organisation for Human Brain Mapping, KOREA CHAPTER
November 8th selection of board members
2017 May 12 Spring conference
November 3 Fall conference
2018 May 4 Spring conference
August 17-18 KHBM Summer School
November 2 Fall conference
November 9th selection of board members
2019 May 3 Spring conference
August 16-17 KHBM Summer School
November 1 Fall conference
November 22-24 KHBM Workshop: AFNI Bootcamp
2021 February 26 KHBM Winter School
May 7 Spring Conference
August 26-27 KHBM Summer School
November 5-6 Fall Conference

Contact us

Joon-Kyung Seong, Secretary General of KHBM
School of Biomedical Engineering, Korea University
E-mail. khbm.org@gmail.com


Established: Nov 29, 2002

First Revision: Nov 19, 2004

Second Revision: Nov 3, 2006

Third Revision: Nov 6, 2015

Article 1. Name of Society

This society shall be named the “Korean Society for Human Brain Mapping”, and is referred below as “the Society”.

Article 2. Purpose

The purpose of the Society is to clarify the functions of the human brain, strive for the development of brain function mapping and imaging methods, promote academic advances in these areas, and through these efforts, contribute to the examination and treatment of brain-related diseases. Furthermore, it will enhance harmonious relations among members and promote their rights and interests.

Article 3. Research Committees

The Society may establish research committees; such committees will maintain close relationships with the Society.

Article 4. Agenda

The Society will engage in the following activities to accomplish its purpose:

  • 1. Hold two academic conferences (Fall and Spring), group sessions, lectures, and other events.
  • 2. Suggest future research directions.
  • 3. Provide educational and training courses for students and researchers.
  • 4. Publish conference abstracts, newsletters, and other materials.
  • 5. Grant awards to academics and young researchers.
  • 6. Conduct social, congratulatory, and condolence events for members.
  • 7. Strive for improving members’ rights and interests.
  • 8. Promote international academic activities and exchanges.
  • 9. Establish the Korea Chapter of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM).
  • 10. Carry out other functions required to accomplishing the Society’s purpose.
Article 5. Categories

Members are classified as regular, associate, honorary, sponsoring, and international.

Article 6. Selection and Qualifications

Members of all categories are approved by the Board of Directors.

  • 1. Regular: Those holding the Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent qualifications, who are carrying out research activities in human brain mapping, and who are current in their membership dues.
  • 2. Associate: Those who support the Society’s goals, but have not obtained the degree qualifications for regular membership, such as those holding higher degrees who are not actively engaged in research, students, and research technicians, who are current in their membership dues.
  • 3. Honorary: Those with meritorious service in the Society’s development.
  • 4. Sponsoring: Individuals or organizations who provide material support to the Society.
  • 5. International: Those with the interests and professional qualifications of regular members, who reside overseas.
Article 7. Application for Membership
  • 1. Regular, Associate, and International applicants require submission of application accompanied with annual membership fee.
  • 2. Honorary and Sponsoring members who are nominated by the Board of Directors shall submit application forms.
  • 3. All applications are reviewed by the Board of Directors, and confirmed by a vote of two-thirds or more of the attending Directors.
Article 8. Rights and Obligations of Membership
  • 1. Members shall have priority over non-members to participate in the various academic activities and events hosted by the Society.
  • 2. Only regular members shall have voting rights and eligibility to serve as Representatives or on the Board of Directors.
  • 3. All members receive magazines, newsletters, and other publications published by the Society.
  • 4. All members shall comply with the rules, pertinent provisions, and resolutions of the Society.
  • 5. Members shall comply with the obligation to pay membership fees. Exempted from fees are honorary and sponsoring members, as well as members aged 65 or older.
Article 9. Disqualification

Any member to which the following is applicable shall have membership revoked by a vote of the board of directors.

  • 1. One who commits an act in breach of the Society’s purpose or disgraces the Society’s integrity.
  • 2. One who fails to pay annual membership fees for three consecutive years without justifiable cause.
Article 10. Organization and Terms of Office
  • 1. One President
  • 2. Two Vice Presidents: one for basic science research and one for clinical research
  • 3. One Chairperson of the Board of Directors
  • 4. Up to fifteen Directors
  • 5. Two Auditors
  • 6. Approximately fifty Representatives
  • 7. All officers serve a two-year term, and must be active members during their terms.
Article 11. Elections
  • 1. The term of an officer shall begin from the expiration of the general assembly of the annual meeting.
  • 2. The President, Chairperson of the Board of Directors, and Auditors shall be elected during the meeting of Representatives.
  • 3. The Vice President shall be appointed by the President.
  • 4. Directors shall be appointed by the Chairperson.
  • 5. The President and the Chairperson of the Board of Directors shall be elected one year before their terms begin.
Article 12. President

The president shall perform the following duties:

  • 1. Represent the Society.
  • 2. Convene and chair the meeting of representatives.
  • 3. Head the general assembly and regular academic conference.
  • 4. Serve as the President of the Korea chapter of the OHBM.
  • 5. The President cannot concurrently serve as chairperson.
Article 13. Vice President

The Vice President shall assist the president, and when the latter is absent, act on behalf of the president. In the absence of the President, priority is given to the Vice President of the same division (i.e., clinical or basic science) as the President.

Article 14. Auditor

The auditor shall audit the Society’s affairs and finances, and report the results at the Meeting of Representatives.

Article 15. Chairperson of the Board of Directors
  • 1. The Chairperson shall oversee the Society’s affairs, and preside over meetings of the Board of Directors.
  • 2. The Chairperson shall serve as the Secretary of the Korea chapter of the OHBM.
Article 16. Directors
  • 1. The Director of General Affairs shall oversee general office affairs, records, dispersal of funds, and other business practices of the Society, and also serve as Treasurer of the Korea chapter of the OHBM.
  • 2. The Director of Planning shall plan the Society’s long-term projects, and oversee external events other than academic conferences.
  • 3. The Director of International Affairs shall oversee the Society’s international academic exchanges.
  • 4. The Director of Academic Affairs shall oversee the Society’s academic activities.
  • 5. The Director of Publication shall oversee matters related to official publications of the Society.
  • 6. The Director of Public Relations shall oversee promotion and publicizing of the events of the Society to the public and to other academic societies.
  • 7. The Director of Education shall oversee matters related to the Society’s education of students, researchers, residents and engineers.
  • 8. The Director of Information shall oversee matters related to the Society’s website and other vehicles of information.
  • 9. The Director of Research and Development shall oversee matters related to the Society’s R&D.
  • 10. The Director of External Affairs shall oversee matters related to cooperation with external entities, including industrial-academic collaborations.
  • 11. The Director of Finance shall oversee matters related to the Society’s finances.
  • 12. The Director of Organization shall oversee the Society’s membership management functions.
  • 13. Directors without assignment may aid other directors, or take on special assignments as needed.
  • 14. Each Director may form a subcommittee with permission from the Board of Directors.
Article 17. Advisers and Consultants
  • 1. One who has contributed to the Society’s advancement, or is needed for that purpose, may be nominated as an Adviser or Consultants.
  • 2. Nomination or termination of Advisers shall be approved by the President, and approved at a meeting of the Representatives.
  • 3. Consultants are nominated by the Chairperson of the Board of Directors for a term of two years, and approved by the Board of Directors.
Article 18. General Assembly: Convening Meetings
  • 1. The regular general assembly of members shall be held during the Fall semi-annual conference, and its decisions approved by a majority vote of attending members.
  • 2. A special general assembly shall be convened by the President for the following circumstances:
  • 1) When there is a request from a fifth or more of Regular Members.
  • 2) When there is a request from the Board of Directors.
  • 3) When there is a request from the Meeting of Representatives (see Articles 21 - 23).
Article 19. General Assembly: Functions and Operation of Meetings
  • 1. The President shall preside over meetings of the General Assembly.
  • 2. The General Assembly has the power to revoke the appointment of the current President or Chairperson of the Board of Directors.
  • 3. The Representatives and the Board of Directors shall present to the General Assembly reports on important issues or decisions.
Article 20. Board of Directors: Convening Meetings and Function
  • 1. The Chairperson of the Board of Directors shall convene and preside over a meeting of the Directors four times or more each year.
  • 2. A meeting of the Board of Directors requires attendance of the majority of Directors, and any decisions require approval of two-thirds of the attending Directors.
  • 3. When recognized as needed by the Chairperson, or if a request is made by the majority of Directors, a special meeting of the Board of Directors shall be convened.
  • 4. The board of directors shall carry out the following functions:
  • 1) Review membership qualifications.
  • 2) Nominate Sponsoring and Honorary members.
  • 3) Review work plans and finances.
  • 4) Ratify nominated members of each committee and business plan.
  • 5) Review organizational structure and establish pertinent regulations.
  • 6) Prepare for academic conferences and workshops.
  • 7) Establish research committees or special committees (See Article 24).
  • 8) Oversee commendations or disciplinary actions.
  • 9) Propose revisions to the bylaws.
Article 21. Representatives: Appointment
  • 1. There shall be approximately 50 Representatives, chosen from among the regular members.
  • 2. The President presides over the meeting of Representatives.
  • 3. The President, Vice President, Advisors, and all members of the Board of Directors shall serve as representatives.
  • 4. New Representatives are nominated by Regular Members, and appointed by the President.
  • 5. The term of a Representative shall be two years.
Article 22. Representatives: Convening of Annual and Special meeting
  • 1. The general Meeting of Representatives shall be held once a year, and special meetings at the demand of the Chairperson of the Board of Directors, the President, or a fifth of the Representatives.
  • 2. A meeting requires attendance of a majority of all Representatives, and any decisions require consent of a majority of the attending Representatives. In case of a tied vote of the Representatives, the President shall have the deciding vote.
Article 23. Representatives: Meeting Agenda

The Representatives shall deliberate, resolve and approve the following matters at their meetings:

  • 1. Approve revisions of bylaws proposed by the Board of Directors, as well as changes in rules, regulations, and provisions not specified in the bylaws.
  • 2. Evaluate the final report of the Society’s finances, and approve the next budget.
  • 3. Approve or reject officers from among those nominated (President, Chairperson of the Board of Directors, and Auditor).
  • 4. Consider impeachment of officers.
  • 5. Call for special meetings of the General Assembly.
  • 6. Consider other required or delegated issues from the Board of Directors and General Assembly.
Article 24. Special Committees

Special committees may be established by the Board of Directors to implement necessary projects for the Society’s development, and for the benefits and interests of its members.

Article 25. Income
  • 1. The Society’s finances shall be funded from annual membership dues, registration fees, and contributions.
  • 2. The Society’s fiscal year shall commence on the day following the end of the Fall academic conference, and end on the last day of the following Fall conference.
Article 26. Expenditures

The Society’s expenditures shall be kept within the range of the budget resolved by the Meeting of Representatives, and if the range is to be exceeded, approval is needed from a Meeting of Representatives.

Article 27. Budget Approval

Settlement of income and expenses for the current year and planned budget for the next year shall be prepared by the Chairperson of the Board of Director, and approved at the Meeting of Representatives.

Article 28. Initial Practices and Actions Taken
  • 1. Matters not defined by the Society bylaws shall follow generally accepted practices.
  • 2. These bylaws shall take effect from the organization meeting of Nov. 29, 2002.
  • 3. Initial representatives shall be chosen from the organizing members.

KHBM Conference

2022 KHBM Spring Symposium
  • • Date: Nov. 18 (Fri.) - Nov. 19 (Sat.)
  • • Place: Geomungo Hall, The-K Hotel Seoul (Seocho-gu)

Nov. 18 (Fri.)

Symposium I : Unmet needs for patients with brain disease in clinical practice

13:10 - 13:35 Unmet needs and solutions in nuclear medicine

13:35 - 14:00 Clinical needs of structural neuroimaging in neurologic diseases

14:00 - 14:25 Imaging biomarkers and strategies for AD management

14:25 - 14:50 Individualized, brain connectome-based modeling of treatment regimen in psychiatric disorders

Plenary Talk

11:00 – 12:00 Neuroimaging Biomarkers in psychiatric disorders in the era of digital revolution – Junsoo Kwon (Seoul National University)

Symposium II : Overcoming brain diseases by using AI

15:20 - 15:45 AI application in neurological disease

15:45 - 16:10 QEEG-centered Machine Learning Algorithm for detecting Brain Amyloid Pathology in Pre-dementia Alzheimer’s Disease

16:10 - 16:35 Artificial intelligence in stroke imaging

16:35 - 17:00 Neuroimaging and healthy aging: The role of neuroimaging technology

17:00 - 17:25 Effect of RCFT images of SNSB test: classification of mild cognitive impairment based on deep learning

17:25 - 17:50 VUNO brain atrophy quantification AI solution (DeepBrain) & clinical application case

Nov. 19 (Sat.)

09:00 – 09:10 Opening

Symposium III : Hospital based genotype-phenotype cohorts

09:10 - 09:40 Korea-Registries to Overcome and Accelerate Dementia research project (K-ROAD)

09:40 - 10:10 Korean Brain Aging Study for the Early diagnosis and prediction of Alzheimer's disease (KBASE)

Plenary session

10:30 - 11:30 Plenary talk 1: Recent and Very Exciting Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease: Perspective from the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI)

11:30 - 12:30 Plenary talk 2: Biomarkers of Neurodegenerative Diseases: where we were, where we are and where we want to be

Symposium IV : Cutting-edge brain imaging technology

15:50 - 16:20 Prospects for clinical & neuroscience applications with 7T MRI

16:20 - 16:50 An Alzheimer's disease progression model based on amyloid-tau interaction

16:50 - 17:20 The Prospect of molecular imaging: a Window into the Human Brain


Outstanding Achievement Award: Joon-Kyung Seong (School of Biomedical Engineering, Korea University)
Regional Aβ -tau interactions promote onset and acceleration of Alzheimer's disease tau spreading, Neuron 110(12): 1932-1943
KHBM outstanding trainee award: Hyungyou Park (Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Seoul National University)
Aberrant cortico-striatal white matter connectivity and associated subregional microstructure of the striatum in obsessive-compulsive disorder, Molecular Psychiatry 27: 3460-3467
Outstanding Achievement Award: Choong-Wan Woo (Sungkyunkwan University)
Young Investigator Award: Minah Kim (Seoul National University Hospital)
Neurophysiological Correlate of Emotion Regulation by Cognitive Reappraisal and Its Association With Psychotic Symptoms in Early Psychosis
Young Investigator Award: Bo-yong Park (Inha University)
Differences in subcortico-cortical interactions identified from connectome and microcircuit models in autism
Young Investigator Award: Wonjun Ko (Korea University)
Multi-Scale Neural Network for EEG Representation Learning in BCI
Young Investigator Award: Jae-Joong Lee (Sungkyunkwan University)
A neuroimaging biomarker for sustained experimental and clinical pain
Outstanding Achievement Award: Chang-Hwan Im (Department of Biomedical Engineering at Hanyang University)
Young Investigator Award: Je-Yeon Yun (Seoul National University Hospital)
Brain structural covariance networks in obsessive-compulsive disorder: a graph analysis from the ENIGMA Consortium, Brain (2020)
KHBM outstanding trainee award: Lada Kohoutova (Global Biomedical Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University)
Toward a unified framework for interpreting machine-learning models in neuroimaging, Nature Protocols (2020)
>KHBM outstanding trainee award: Minchul Kim (KAIST Graduate School of Medical Science and Engineering)
Aberrant structural network of comorbid attention deficit / Hyperactivity disorder is associated with addiction severity in internet gaming disorder, Neuroimage: Clinical (2020)
Outstanding Achievement Award: Sang Won Seo (Samsung Medical Center)
Young Investigator Award: Heung-il Suk (Korea University, Department of Brain & Cognitive Engineering)
KHBM outstanding trainee award: Jaejoong Kim (KAIST), Hang-Rai Kim (KAIST)
Excellence Oral Presentation Award: Woo Rim Jeong (Seoul National University), Yeong-Hun Park (Hanyang University), Wonjun Ko (Korea University)
Outstanding Achievement Award: Kang Ik K. Cho, Institute of Human Behavioral Medicine, Seoul National University Medical Research Center
Young Investigator Award: Hongyoon Choi, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Seoul National University Hospital
Outstanding Achievement Award: Chang-hyun Park, Department of Neurology, Ewha Womans University School of Medicine and Ewha Medical Research Institute
Outstanding Achievement Award: Yong Jeong, KAIST
Sparse SPM: Group Sparse-dictionary learning in SPM framework for resting-state functional connectivity MRI analysis. Neuroimage 2016;125:1031-1045
Young Investigator Award: Ji-Won Hur, JungAng University
Biological Motion Perception, Brain Responses, and Schizotypal Personality Disorder. JAMA Psychiatry 2016;73(3):260-267
Outstanding Achievement Award: Hyang Woon Lee, Ewha University
Altered functional connectivity in seizure onset zones revealed by fMRI intrinsic connectivity. Neurology 2014;83:2269–2277
Young Investigator Award: Jonghwan Lee, Korea University
Deep neural network-based automated classification of schizophrenia via whole-brain resting-state functional connectivity and hierarchical feature extraction. Neuroimage 2016;124:127-146
Outstanding Achievement Award: Kiwoong Kim, Center for Brain and Cognition Measurement, Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS)
Toward a brain functional connectivity mapping modality by simultaneous imaging of coherent brainwaves. NeuroImage 2014;91:63-69 (Cover article of the issue)
Young Investigator Award: Jee In Kang, Department of Psychiatry, Yonsei University College of Medicine
Reduced Binding Potential of GABA-A/Benzodiazepine Receptors in Individuals at Ultra-high Risk for Psychosis:An [18F]-Fluroflumazenil Positron Emission Tomography Study. Schizophrenia Bulletin 2014;40(3):548-557
Outstanding Achievement Award: Sang-Hun Lee, Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience, Seoul National University
Coaxial Anisotropy of Cortical Point Spread in Human Visual Areas. J Neuroscience 2013;33:1143-1156
Young Investigator Award: Jung-Seok Choi, Department of Psychiatry, Seoul National University College of Medicine
Phase-specific brain change of spatial working memory processing in genetic and ultra-high risk groups of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin 38:1189-1199
Outstanding Achievement Award: Jae-Jin Kim, Department of Psychiatry, Yonsei University College of Medicin
Neural network functional connectivity during and after an episode of delirium. Am J. Psychiatry (IF: 12.539) 2012;165(5):498-507
Young Investigator Award: Kyung Soon Shin, Neuroscience Institute, Seoul National University-Medical Research Center
Aberrant Auditory Processing in Schizophrenia and in Subjects at Ultra-High-Risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin (IF: 8.800) 2012;38:1258-1267
Young Investigator Award: Wi Hoon Jung, Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience Center, MRC
Cortical thinning in at individuals at ultra-high-risk of developing psychosis. Schizophrenia Bulletin (IF: 8.273) 2011;37(4),839-849
Young Investigator Award: Kiho Im, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University
Spatial Distribution of Deep Sulcal Landmarks and Hemispherical Asymmetry on the Cortical Surface. Cerebral Cortex (IF: 6.979) 2010;20:602-611
Young Investigator Award: Young-Chul Jung, Institute of Behavioral Science in Medicine, Yonsei University College of Medicine
Mammillothalamic functional connectivity and memory function in Wernicke’s encephalopathy. Brain (IF: 9.603) 2009;132:369-376
Outstanding Achievement Award: Hae-Jeong Park, Department of Radiology and Research Institute of Radiological Science, Yonsei University College of Medicine
SENSE factors for reliable cortical thickness measurement. NeuroImage (IF:5.457) 2008; 40:187-196
Young Investigator Award: Hang Joon Jo, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University
Artificial shifting of fMRI activation localized by volume- and surface-based analyses. NeuroImage (IF:5.457) 2008;40:1077-1089
Outstanding Achievement Award: Yun-Hee Kim, Department of Physical Therapy, Graduate School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Yonsei University
Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation-Induced Corticomotor Excitability and Associated Motor Skill Acquisition in Chronic Stroke.Stroke (IF:5.855) 2006; 37:1471-1476
Young Investigator Award: June Sic Kim, Department of Neurosurgery, Seoul National University College of Medicine
Robust source analysis of oscillatory motor cortex activity with inherently variable phase delay. NeuroImage (IF:5.288) 2007;37:518-529
Young Investigator Award: Joon Hwan Jang, Department of Psychiatry, Seoul National University College of Medicine
A Proton MRSI Study of Brain N-Acetylaspartate Level After 12 Weeks of Citalopram Treatment in Drug-Naive Patients With Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry (IF:8.286) 2006;163:1202-1207
Outstanding Achievement Award: Eun Yeon Joo, Department of Neurology, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine
Postoperative alteration of cerebral glucose metabolism in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Brain (IF:7.535) 2005; 128:1802-810
Young Investigator Award: Uicheul Yoon, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University
Quantitative analysis of group-specific brain tissue probability map for schizophrenic patients. Neuroimage (IF:5.288) 2005;26:502-512
Outstanding Achievement Award: Seung Bong Hong, Department of Neurology, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine
Glucose hypometabolism of hypothalamus and thalamus in narcolepsy. Ann Neurol (IF:8.097) 2004; 56:437-440
Young Investigator Award: Jong-Min Lee, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Hanyang University
Deformable model with surface registration for hippocampal shape deformity analysis in schizophrenia. Neuroimage (IF:4.869) 2004;22:831-840
Outstanding Achievement Award: Jun Soo Kwon, Department of Psychiatry and Nuclear Medicine, College of Medicine, Seoul National University Hospital
Functional disconnection between the prefrontal and parietal cortices during working memory processing in schizophrenia: a [15O]H2O PET study, Am J Psychiatry 2003;160:919-923
Young Investigator Award: Jae Sung Lee, Department of Nuclear Medicine, Seoul National University College of Medicine
PET evidence of neuroplasticity in adult auditory cortex of postlingual deafness, J Nucl Med 2003;44:1435-1439




LOC Chair: Hae-Jeong Park
Name Position Affiliation
Hae-Jeong Park Professor Yonsei University
Woo-Young Ahn Associate Professor) Seoul National University
Jiwon Chun Research Professor Catholic University of Korea
Hyeon-Ae Jeon Associate Professor Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology
Bumseok Jeong Professor Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Yong Jeong Professor Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Hang Joon Jo Professor Hanyang University
June Sic Kim Research Professor Konkuk University
Boreom Lee Professor Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
Hyang Woon Lee Professor Ewha Womans University
Jong-Min Lee Professor Hanyang University
Sang Ah Lee Associate Professor Seoul National University
Sue-Hyun Lee Associate Professor Seoul National University
Won-Jin Moon Professor Konkuk University
Won Mok Shim Professor Sung Kyoon Kwan University
Choong-Wan Woo Associate Professor Sung Kyoon Kwan University
Je-Yeon Yun Associate Professor Seoul National University