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  • Main Projects of General Research Institutes
    • Industrial development and business administrationmore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Choi Moo-Jin 1971 580-6412 College of Business Administration Blg 402 General
      The Research Institute for Business and Entrepreneurship was established in order to contribute to the local and national economy, the streamlining of corporate management, and the academic development of the fields of business administration, economics, and commerce by conducting comprehensive research on the business administration and industrial operations in Korea and abroad, and by conducting collaborative efforts between industry, government, and university. The main goals of the institute are the support and promotion of research activities, and the institute conducts seminars with domestic and foreign expert guests, hosts international academic seminars among Japan, China, and Korea, and publishes journals containing research achievements, thus contributing to academic development.
      The institute is currently designated a government accounting cost calculation institution(Ministry of Finance and Economy no. 9), as well as a Total Business Administration Guidance Institution(Small and medium Business Corporation). Over its 30 year long history, the institute has produced countless academic achievements including the publishing of the “經營經濟(Business Adminstration and Economics)”, hosting of the "Korea·Japan International Academic Conference(24th)”, and hosting the “Trade Management Training Class(27th)”. It has also fulfilled its tasks of academic research services, corporate management diagnosis and guidance etc. Competent members of the faculty and expert researchers participated in the government accounting cost calculations since 1978 and conducted fair and reliable accounting calculations, contributing greatly to the economic development of the local community.
    • Institute of Life Sciencemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Koh Bong Kyung 1972 580-5876 College of Natural Sciences Blg 124 General
      The drastic changes to our lifestyle brought on by high levels of industrialization and information orientation have given rise to many problems in various areas including clothing, food, shelter, health, children, family, consumer welfare, physical fitness, and leisure. The Institute of Life Science was established in order to approach and solve such issues from a more scientific perspective and thus cooperate to enhancing the quality of life of the Korean people. Its main projects include the following;
      A. Hosting academic conferences and monthly seminars: Contributes to enhancing our quality of life by hosting spring and autumn academic conferences and monthly seminars to identify and scientifically approach various issues found in fields such as clothing, food, shelter, health, children, family, consumer welfare, physical fitness, and leisure.
      B. Publishing of newsletters and academic journals: Compiles and publishes the articles of researchers of the institute to introduce them internally and externally and disseminate results of research.
      C. Conducting social education programs and workshops: Develops educational programs that serve the local community in order to reinforce the relationship with local residents.
      D. Industry-university collaboration, government-university collaboration, interchange with local civilian groups and local research: Contributes to the development of the local community by operating research and educational programs in connection with local corporations(circulation companies, client service businesses, local fiber businesses, sports centers etc.), municipalities, and local civilian groups.
    • The Institute for Industrial Sciencemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Bae Sang Keun 1979 580-5295 Engineering Blg A1005 General
      The goal of the Institute of Humanities is to reinterpret and re-evaluate the accumulated knowledge and wisdom of the East and West in the fields of literature, history, and philosophy, in search for new paradigms in the field of humanities that can positively affect the lives of modern people and provide guidance regarding methods of realizing desirable human qualities. The Institute strives to restore principles of humanity by earnestly studying correct values and attitudes in this age when the humanities are simultaneously in crisis and crucially needed by society. In order to achieve these goals, the Institute closely studies the issues that we currently face and searches for answers in the field of humanities. In recent times, environmental and ecological issues have become global ones, and humanitarian efforts to solve them are required. The Institute has therefore set the task of identifying alternative solutions for ecological issues from a 'humanities' perspective as one of its main goals. The more detailed goals for the Institute are as follows.
      First, the Institute strives to create new humanitarian values by gathering information from the fields of the humanities, in particular from the disciplines of literature, history, and philosophy, in order to reinterpret them from a modern perspective. Second, the Institute focuses on creating theories with the potential to realize a suitably sound environment, using research and practical efforts capable of resolving the various conflicts and oppositions faced by modern societies. Third, the Institute aims to reinforce academic efforts in the provision and internationalization of theoretical approaches to humanitarian environmental issues regarding current lifestyles. Fourth, the Institute will guide in-depth research into the humanities and humanitarian-environmental disciplines and maximize pedagogic efforts in this field. The main projects of the Institute include the publishing of journals and texts, the hosting of academic symposiums and guest lectures, data gathering and exchange, and the promotion of interdisciplinary studies with related disciplines.
       
    • Social Sciences Research Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Oh, Dong-Geun 1982 580-5428 Social Science College Building 130-10 General
      The Social Sciences Research Institute was established with the goal of contributing to academic and local development through the comprehensive study of individual social science disciplines. The first goal is to achieve the mission of the university through academic research and reporting. The institute will contribute to the academic development of the social sciences disciplines by reporting the research results of its members in seminars, academic conferences, and journals. Second, the institute will contribute to the development of the local community in connection with various institutes and groups of the local society. Members of the institute interact with local administrative institutes, public enterprises, and corporations etc., through various special lectures and research presentations. Through such endeavors, the institute provides guidance with regards to the current local issues and their solutions. Third, this institute collaborates with social science institutes of other universities(competent institutes) and national institutes in terms of academic activities in order to promote the academic interchange and development of its members. Main projects include the compilation and publishing of academic data, research presentations and exhibitions, publishing of academic journals, academic interchange with other research institutes, and other projects necessary for achieving the goals of the institute.
       
    • Institute for Medical Sciencemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Suh Min Ho 1982 580-3841 School of Medicine Big 131 General
      The Institute for Medical Science was established to study the various illnesses that occur in Korea from a basic and clinical medicine standpoint to identify their causes and to contribute to their prevention and treatment. In order to do so, 6 departments, namely the molecular medicine department, cells and tissues transplant department, oncology department, neuroscience department, metabolic disease department, and epidemiology department, were founded. Important research conducted by the institute up to date include research on the diagnosis of various cancers including liver cancer, study on cancer treatments that use natural materials to induce natural cell death, research on the development of metabolic disease diagnosis and treatment, and the study on the treatment of skin fibrosis. Main projects include research support for basic medicine, clinical medicine, and health care, hosting of domestic· international symposiums, hosting of guest lectures and seminars, academic interchange and information exchange with other institutes, industry-university collaboration and volunteer work, and other projects necessary for achieving the goals of the institute.
    • International Studies Research Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Li, Jong-Kwang 1985 580-5109 College of international Administration 504 General

      The International Studies Research Institute was established in order to contribute to the globalization of the region by promoting comprehensive understanding of various cultural areas and industry-university collaboration through interdisciplinary studies of all academic fields including politics, economics, social sciences, culture, history, language, literature, religion, the arts, and other disciplines. By employing experts of various fields, the institute strives to enhance our nations competitive capacities in this global age and promote interchange and collaboration with other nations and their relative interests in times of open borders. Main projects include comprehensive research and studies into the politics, economy, society, and culture etc., of individual nations and the international community, the publishing of research reports and literature, the publishing of research journals, the exchange of data and information with related foreign government institutions, social institutions, and universities, the hosting of conferences, lectures, and symposiums, international academic·cultural exchange projects, the execution of projects and development of policies in accordance with the goals of the institute, and the promotion of university-industry collaborative research and projects that will contribute to the globalization of the region.

    • International Studies Research Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Cho Chi Heum 1996 250-7518 annex building basement 1, Dongsan Hospital General

      Institute for Medical Genetics was renamed Institute for Cancer Research in 2012. Cancer has been the leading cause of death in Korea and poses a major health concern. One out of every four deaths in Korea results from cancer. Preventing cancer is an urgent health issue that must be pushed to the top of everyone's agenda. It is difficult to explore cancer related study from individual's effort. We all need to do our part to protect our families from this devastating disease. Institute for Cancer Research in Keimyung University Dongsan Medical Center aims to educate and train students and support the researches who can boost the research activity with creative ideas and persistent efforts. Main projects of this institute are discovering the cause of cancer, hosting academic conferences and seminars, publishing journals and information exchange among the experts. Institute for Cancer Research always welcomes the co-operation from other domestic and foreign Universities and institutes.

    • Institute for Nursing Sciencemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Kim Na Hyun 1987 580-3928 College of Nursing N130 General
      The Research Institute of Nursing Science was established to conduct research and projects at individual, family, and community levels with the goals of disease prevention and treatment, health maintenance and promotion, and a peaceful death. The institute hosts international academic conferences and summer/winter academic conferences every year(professors and clinical nurses conduct yearly industry-university collaboration workshops to increase their knowledge in various fields of nursing, connect theoretical research with clinical practice, and conduct effective clinical training), publishes an academic journal(Keimyung Journal of Nursing Science) and newsletter (Keimyung Nursing Science News), conducts government commissioned research and service projects, conducts academic interchange and information exchange with domestic and foreign institutions including the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee in the U.S.A, Fukuoka University in Japan and Christian University of Thailand in Thailand, develops educational and volunteer projects, and conducts active research and academic activities focused on the 2 departments of the clinical/basic nursing department, community/nursing information department.
    • Institute of humanitiesmore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Chung Moon Young 1997 580-5043 College of Humanities Blg 333 General
      The goal of the Institute of Humanities is to reinterpret the knowledge accumulated by the East and West in the fields of literature, history, and philosophy in search for new paradigms in the field of humanities that can affect the lives of modern people and provide guidance as to the methods of realizing desirable human qualities. The institute strives to recover humanity by earnestly studying the correct values and attitudes of life in this age of crisis for the humanities, which is simultaneously a time when the humanities are needed most. To do so, the institute closely studies the issues that we currently face and searches for answers in the field of humanities. In recent times, environmental and ecological issues have become global ones, and humanitarian efforts to solve them are required. This institute has set coming up with alternative solutions for ecological issues from a 'humanities' perspective as one of its main goals. As such, this institute has the following detailed goals.
      First, this institute strives to create new humanitarian values by gathering information in the field of humanities, and especially from the disciplines of literature, history, and philosophy, and reinterpreting them from a modern perspective. Second, this institute focuses on creating theories capable of realizing a desirable environment using research and practical efforts capable of resolving the various conflicts and opposition faced by modern times. Third, this institute will reinforce academic efforts to provide and internationalize theoretical explanations regarding humanitarian- environmental lives. Fourth, this institute will guide in depth research into the humanities and humanitarian-environmental discipline and maximize pedagogic abilities in this field.
      Main projects of the institute include the publishing of journals and texts, the hosting of academic symposiums and guest lectures, data gathering and exchange, and the promotion of interdisciplinary studies with adjacent disciplines.
    • Institute of Natural Sciencesmore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Kim Young Chul 1997 580-5931 College of Natural Sciences Blg 124 General
      The Institute of Natural Sciences was formed in August, 1997, by combining the mathematical science institute with the basic science institute in accordance with the similar institute merger policy designed to revitalize the institutes of our university. These two institutes were established in May of 1981 in accordance with the strong basic science fostering 1979 policy of the government implemented under the slogan of '科學立國(science will raise the nation)', and the institute now encompasses the fields of mathematical sciences, basic sciences, and applied sciences. The institute strives to promote the efficient use of research materials possessed by the central education material faculty, the interchange of research information, the establishment of joint research projects, and the efficient fostering of high end manpower in the natural sciences department through joint efforts between the different departments as well as industry  university  research collaborated research. In the future this institute will receive research projects that can be conducted jointly from the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology and the National Research Foundation etc., and focus on conducting institute operations and research projects that possess competitive capacities. Main projects include the publishing of the 'Natural Science Research Journal' , hosting international symposiums and seminars, technological exchange, technical information exchange, technical instruction and training involving corporations, academic interchange with related institutes, research projects commissioned from internal or external sources, providing guidance and technical services, and other projects necessary for achieving the goals of the institute.
    • Brain Research Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Lim Jeong Geun 1999 250-7833 College of Medicine Blg 120 General
      The aging population has caused degenerative diseases of the nervous system to become a major issue in terms of the people's welfare, and worldwide efforts are being made in order to solve this issue. Korea is also following such trends by securing the infrastructure required for neuroscience research and founding related academic societies. As such, the Brain Research Institute was founded in order to promote the academic development of the field by conducting basic and clinical studies into the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of brain diseases and mental illnesses. Main projects include basic medicinal research in the field of neuroscience, the development of diagnostic, preventive, and treatment techniques for brain related diseases, academic interchange and joint research with domestic and foreign institutes, the hosting of neuroscience symposiums and workshops, and fostering expert human resources for brain research.
    • Kidney Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Park Sung Bae 2000 250-7399 College of Medicine Blg 315 General
      In 1979, the Keimyung University Dongsan Clinic Department of Nephrology became the first clinic outside of Seoul to operate a hemodialysis unit, the basis for treating end stage renal failure, and since its first kidney transplant in 1982 the clinic has been recognized as one of the best in the country in terms of diagnosing and treating kidney dysfunctions through hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, and transplantation etc. The Kidney Institute was established in April, 2000, so as to use such an abundance in clinical experience to conduct basic and collaborative/joint research with clinical research teams on kidney related illnesses to promote our understanding of the causational mechanisms of kidney disease, pathophysiology, prevention of chronic kidney disease, and develop new treatments, of the university in the field of nephrology. The institute hosts domestic and international symposiums each year, and conducts clinical trials in the fields of peritoneal dialysis and transplant-immunosuppression drugs. The institute aims to become the best in the field with great clinical experience by conducting basic and joint clinical studies on the pathophysiology of chronic allograft nephropathy, chronic complications caused by renal failure, and the causes of kidney related illnesses. 
    • Institute for Women's Studiesmore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Cho Joo Hyun 2003 580-5959 Graduate Schools Blg 104 General
      The Institute for Women's Studies is an institute that studies women's issues and gender problems from a feminist perspective, and plays an important part in the intellectual activity of the university by providing a place of intellectual interactions for researchers from various fields who share interests in women's and gender issues. Each year the institute holds 6 <Keimyung Women's Studies Seminars>, 8 <Brown Bag Seminars>, 6 <Graduate Student Colloquiums>, symposiums, academic conferences, and special seminars to help students and researchers exchange opinions and promote joint research efforts. The Institute publishes a journal <Gender and Culture> twice a year since 2009. <Gender and Culture> has been enlisted by the Korea Research Foundation as a candidate for Korea Citation Index in 2012.
      The institute strives to become an important research base for systematical studies of women's issues in the Daegu Gyeongbuk region, promotes the social contribution by providing gender sensitivity education programs for gender equality and development of the region, expands and shares knowledges in the field through interaction and exchanges with domestic and foreign women to contribute to a democratic and peaceful world. Main projects include exchanging publications and academic materials with the <Women's Studies Center> of the Peking University of China, and the <Gender Studies Program> and <Gender Research Center> of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, promoting collaborative researches, and hosting of annual international academic conferences since 2006, promotion of academic exchange programs with domestic and foreign government institutions, social groups, and universities, publication of research reports and journals, hosting symposiums, colloquiums, and seminars on women's/gender issues, execution of projects and development of policies on women's/gender issues, research on the community's women's/gender issues, and provision of gender awareness programs, etc.
       
  • ain Projects of Special Research Institutes
    • Cardiovascular Research Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Na, Chan-Young 2000 250-7666 Cardiovascular Center, Dongsan Hospital Special
      The Cardiovascular Research Institute was established on March 1st, 2000, in order to promote the development of the discipline through iplic and clinic anresearch on the cause identification, diagnolin, treatment, and prevention of cardiovascular diseases and is referred to as the Cardiovascular Research Institute, Keimyung University. It is composed of the administrative, planning, and research departments. The research department is divided into 12 departments; the departments of atherosclerosis, cardio- function, cardiovascular imagery, clinical cardiovascular illness, electrophysiology of the heart, congenital cardiac disorder, heart transplant, hemostatis·thrombosis, cardiovascular disease dynamics, basic cardiovascular medicine, cardiovascular material engineering, and peripheral blood vessels.
    • Korean Ecosystem Management Institutionmore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Kim Jong Won 2000 580-5213 College of Natural Sciences Blg 254-1 Special
      Ecosystem management involves collecting all the relevant environmental issue, from the species and/or individual level to ecosystem and/or landscape level. KIEM (Korea Institute for Ecosystem Management) specializes in describing, mapping, and restoring native ecosystem diversity and conducting ecological assessments to support appropriate human land uses and landscape-level biodiversity conservation efforts.
      KIEM‘s unique approach with an understanding of historical conditions develops the partnership between ecology and management and searches the best solutions for environmental issues being achieved through an interdisciplinary approach. Site-based researches are applied to resolving problems of habitat degradation, forest management, threatened species and cultural perceptions of the natural environment. Research expertise of the KIEM (www.ilovenature.org) lies in:
      - Assessment and management of natural ecosystems and biodiversity conservation
      - Development and application of suitable environmental technologies for conservation and restoration of ecosystems
      - Ecological design and consultation on eco-park and wild area re-creation in urban area
      - Capacity-building program for publics and decision-makers on ecosystem services.
    • Health Care Information and Technology Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Kim Yoon Nyun 2002 250-7952 College of Medicine, Research Blg 230 Special
      The health care system is currently developing rapidly following academic developments in medicine and health care as well as various basic sciences, informatics industries. The field of health care is no longer a simple academic discipline, but is growing to encompass health care, medicine, the latest industries and technologies, and information processing technologies etc. The renowned scholars predict that the health related industries will grow greatly in the 21st century. As such, the institute was founded in order to contribute to the regional development and health care information related national projects, the development of the latest technologies in the fields of medical information systems, health care information, and the related policies. The goals of this institute include the development of health care information systems (standardization of hospital information systems, diagnostic and prognostic related clinical decision support systems) and the support of international academic joint research, health care information technology seminars and symposiums.
       
    • North East Asia Accounting Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Do Sangho 2005 580-6397 College of Business Administration Blg 229 Special
      The ARINA (Accounting Research Institute of Northeast Asia) was founded (1) to take the lead in conducting research in Northeast Asia, especially in Korea, China and Japan, (2) to build a network for accounting professors, policy makers and practitioners, and (3) to exchange information on accounting standards, procedures, and institutions. The ARINA publishes an academic journal every year and has sister relationships with respective accounting research institutes of Dongbei University in China and the Kinki University in Japan. Each institute takes turns to host an annual research forum.
    • Early Warning System Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Park, Cheolyong 2005 580-5533 College of Natural Sciences Blg 222 Special
      The main role of Statistical Research Institute (SRI) is twofold: to provide services such as survey, consulting and software training to the related community and to carry out joint research with industries or other academic fields. For years since its establishment, SRI research has focused early warning problem in the area of economic crisis or environmental pollution by calculating concerned probabilities. SRI newly inaugurated in 2012 is very determined to expand its contribution to local community. For successful contribution, SRI will provide local opinion poll, needs and opportunities analysis and trainee-friendly statistical education program. SRI has two sections ; research section and business planning section. One of its notable strengths is that it has very strong ties to top level statistical research institutes including Statistics Institutes at SNU
       
    • Multi-Cultural Society Research and Education Centermore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Choi, Jongryul 2008 580-5421 Interntional Center Blg 332 Special
      Multicultural realities in Korea are now challenging both the nation-state’s frame of social integration and the movement organizations’ frame of universal values. CMM is established to investigate how the globalization of migration is transforming the taken-for-granted assumptions of Korean nationals on family, community, nation-state, sovereignty, citizenship, denizenship, human rights, political rights, labor rights, cultural rights, etc. As the leading organization for migration and ethnic studies, CMM is a multidisciplinary research centre that focuses on international migration and the integration of immigrants and their descendants. CMM unites researchers on themes such as transnationalism, deterritorialization, multicultural citizenship and ethnic and religious diversity, migrant labor market, family reunification migration, ethnic community and enclave, and social mobility and generational changes. CMM also studies three interrelated issues of migration, immigrants in Korean society, and Korean society’s responses to immigrants and ethnic minorities. The research topics include acculturation, social integration, multiculturalism, ethnic exclusionism, ethnic conflict, and racism.
       
    • Multi-Cultural Society Research and Education Centermore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Kwon Jeong Soon 2009 620-2240 East-West Cultural Center Blg 204 Special
      Folk paintings were created from the plain and simple lives of our ancestors. The simple wishes of mankind such as longevity, health, wealth, rank, fame, fecundity, fighting the bad and pursuing good fortune are expressed in folk paintings, which shows that folk paintings reflect the common people's attachment to life and their longings. As such, folk paintings are sometimes humorous, but also touching as they express the times of our ancestors as well as their aesthetics and emotions.
      The Korean Folk Painting Institute was established in the face of a situation in which such traditional folk paintings are facing extinction, in order to gather pertinent materials, conduct education in the field, host academic seminars, and publish journals so as to contribute to the local community and nation as a folk painting institute and enhance the potence of our university. Main projects include research and academic activities relating to Korean folk paintings, academic presentations on Korean folk painting, the hosting of academic lectures and seminars, proxy activities for various folk painting related projects, and other projects that contribute to the purpose of this center.
    • Sports Science Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Kim Ki Jin 2009 580-5256 Taekwondo Center 101 Special
      The Sports Science Institute was established to contribute to the rooting of healthy life-cultures and the scientific study of sports by studying physical education. Main projects include studies on sports sciences and health improvement, academic research and reporting, hosting lectures and seminars, publishing academic journals, conducting university-industry studies and sports industry related technical consulting, fostering specialists in the field and re-training personnel, academic interaction and information exchange with other institutions, and other projects that contribute to the purpose of this institute.
    • Tea(茶) Culture Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Kim Soon Jin 2009 580-5660 Keimyung Hanhakchon Special
      Since ancient times, tea(茶) culture has developed along the line of medicinal, edible, and drinking purposes. The tea culture is a valuable cultural heritage continued by mankind through the training of the mind using tea(茶). Its origins are in China, and as it was passed on to Korea, Japan, and Europe, it developed to suit the peculiarities of each nation, people, and class. However, the modern tea(茶) culture, unlike the traditional form, is developing into an extensive culture encompassing tea related spiritual, material, artistic, and sociocultural factors, and in modern times, the individual leads one's life subjectively and strives for greater qualitative enhancement. As such, the Tea(茶) Culture Institute was established to gather tea culture relative data and conduct education, host academic seminars and publish relative texts to continue and improve the tradition of tea cultures in order to study and disseminate the tea culture that is already a big part of the spiritual culture of modern people. Its main projects include research and educational activities related to tea cultureureureureureureureureurepeurentations related to tea culturetations reacademic lated to tea culturetatacademic presentations on teatations related to tea culturet on teatavarious projects related to tea, and other projects that contribute to the purpose of this institute.
    • Institute for new drug developmentmore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Cho Young Sik 2009 580-6646 College of Natural Sciences Blg Room 526 Special
      Generally, it not only takes a long time but also costs a huge amount of money to develop new drugs to be used in healing of patients. However, many research institutes and pharmaceutical companies are constantly challenging the development of new drugs, because it will bring an enormous economic impact and contribute to public health as well. In particular, the discovery and development of new drugs is an emerging research field that many nations are fostering as one of new strategic businesses. The institute for new drug development (INDD) of Keimyung University is aiming at identification of novel targets associated with cancer and inflammation, discovering therapeutic candidates for the treatment of disease and strengthening the infrastructure related to drug discovery and development. Furthermore, we are going to actively participate in R&D business of synthetic and natural new drugs led by public and private sectors.
    • Natural Products Research Centermore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Jeong Gil-Saeng 2009 580-6649 College of Pharmacy Blg 309 Special
      A natural product is a chemical compound or substance produced by a living organism - found in nature that usually has a pharmacological or biological activity for use in pharmaceutical drug discovery and drug design. These small molecules provide the source or inspiration for the majority of KFDA-approved agents and continue to be one of the major sources of inspiration for drug discovery. Our aim is to develop for bioactive candidates for drug or functional food from natural sources which are effective against various disease. Main research fields include isolation, identification, standardization, fermentation of natural products and determination of their biological and pharmacological activity that contribute to the development of natural product candidates for medicine and functional food. In 2001, the Korean government has enacted "The Research and Development Act on Natural Product-Derived New Drug" accordingly, there has been growing interests and expectations in the natural products among the fields of research and development. To keep pace with the national trend, the Natural Products Research Center will collaborate various research institutes for the development of natural product-derived new drug.
    • 한국첨단방재연구소more
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Jung Yeonin 2009 580-5705 Engineering Blg 2111 Special

      It is a common hope of all human to create a safe and peaceful society. Our mission is to protect people’s lives from threatening disasters and to develop science and technology in order to realize the society resilient to natural disasters.
      We, all employees declare that we share all 5 ideologies stated below by recognizing our mission as well as responsibility to the society and also by contributing to the realization of the society resilient to natural disasters through research and development for disaster mitigation.
      Ideology 1 : Contribution to society
      We not only make every effort for identifying various natural disasters and its causes, but also propose the solution for the national policy of disaster mitigation based on science and technology.
      Ideology 2 : Broad cooperation
      We keep developing science and technology for disaster mitigation by reaching beyond each one’s major field and cooperating with different research units in NIED
      and various institutions of local to international.
      Ideology 3 : Improvement of transparency
      We endeavor to correspond to the citizens by disclosing information positively
      and be responsible for own decision-making.
      Ideology 4 : Unremitting practice
      We inspect validity and efficiency of work and keep making persistent effort for improving one’s nature and ability as well as working environment.
      Ideology 5 : Compliance with regulations
      We comply with regulations and maintain high ethics in order to create a fair and wholesome environment which will never allow injustice

    • Korea Urban Environmental Planning Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Kim, Hak Yoon 2009 580-5918 College of Environment Blg, 205 Special
      KUREPI is a special institute to realize a low-carbon and green growth for a city through the development of ability which could solve urban environmental issues in regard to national policies and the diverse problems of countries and communities. With this fulfillment, this institute is contributing to competitiveness of university in the field of urban environment.
      Nowadays, Korea is facing the environmental pollution and the deterioration of living environment due to the indiscriminate urban development. Furthermore, climate change is well known issue of the world. Therefore the social cognition has been quitely demanded to solve more Amenity for our life.
      But it is the fact that the researching about development and application of environmental planning method to realize low-carbon and green-growth on the urban scale is relatively weak in comparison with the developed country despite of the establishment of new policy in Korea. For this reason, this institute has a big opportunity and expectation to be a well-prepared organization for leading urban environmental planning with the excellent professional staff and interdisciplinary convergence of the university.
       
    • Asian Christianity Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Chong Joong Ho 2010 580-5140 College of Humanities Blg 323-2 Special
      Asian Christianity Institute is a special research arm of Keimyung University. It was established to provide a learning and collaborative environment where church leaders and scholars can articulate their faith positions in the geopolitically and ethnic-religiously plural contexts in the region. The Institute is intended to contribute to the crossing of boundaries between countries, cultures, and theological traditions. It seeks to explore the nature of contemporary Christian theology in a global context and involves a sense of the appropriate balance between the ecumenical and the local. Although there is tremendous diversity and richness within Christian traditions in Asia, Asian Christianity and its theologies have not always been explored sympathetically or introduced to wider scholarship. There is therefore ample scope for research on Christianity in Asia and networking between scholars of Asian and Western countries. Such interaction is vital for the furtherance of the understanding of Asian Christianity as well as highlighting its importance to Christian theology. By being in East Asian culture and traditions, the Institute for Asian Christianity is a catalyst to facilitate this interaction through publications, seminars and consultations, providing courses and research environments.
    • Center For Green Fusion Technologymore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Park Sang-Won 2010 580-5556 College of Environment Blg, 412 Special
      New environmental paradigm of the 21st century is to maintain a sustainable environment non environmental improvements through the existing post-contamination treatment.
      Ensure sustainability beyond the limits that can be manipulated by certain sectors of the existing environmental / energy / safety technical expertise between cross-linked green fusion technology is required.
      The green fusion technology, especially for low-carbon green growth is to decide the country's future growth potential in key areas.
      The institute green fusion technology necessary and sufficient conditions, energy / environment / development / industrialization of scientific and technical personnel and advanced safety engineering related to the core technology for the purpose of training.
      Green Fusion Technology specialized research institutions related to the field of academic research, practical techniques, and professional manpower as nations and communities and contribute to the university's domestic and external image enhancement and sustainable development The Institute also contributes to.
    • Tea(茶) Culture Institutemore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Song, Hong Suck 2010 580-3853 Colleges of Medicine, 627 Special
      Pain management is important for ongoing pain control, especially if you suffer with long-term or chronic pain. Studies in the field of molecular medicine has been focused to search for diagnostic techniques and treatments for pain. Pain research center was established to study pain ranging form basic researches such as pathophysiology to clinical studies such as treatment modalities. Study areas include research on cancer induced pain, chronic pain, psychological pain, and inflammatory pain. The goal of the pain research center is to apply knowledges obtained from basic research to clinical settings and help those who suffer chronic as well as acute pain.
    • Border Studies Research Institute more
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Lee Sung Hwan 2011 580-5756 College of international Administration 504 Special
      In recent years, we have witnessed significant challenges emerging to the notion of the “nation-state” due to growing interactions among countries. While the boundaries between countries have become increasingly blurred, the tension and conflicts surrounding borders and border crossings have intensified. They are not only about physical borders but also about psychological and emotional borders, which are embedded in people's minds and can be expressed in quite violent ways such as xenophobia or extreme nationalism.
      Many have defined such paradox as the coexistence of bordering and de-bordering. Korean society is not an exception in such a paradoxical process of social change. As a result, it experiences significant changes in political, social, economic and cultural borders.
      Since its establishment in 2011, the Institute for Border Studies at Keimyung University aims to explore such paradoxical developments on border issues. As a recipient of Social Science Korea Fund from National Research Foundation of Korea, the institute organizes various academic activities to promote border studies such as international conferences and seminars. Also it supports researchers who studies border issues.
    • Research Center for Clinical Nutritionmore
      Manager Establishment Year Phone Location Remarks
      Suh, Young Sung 2012 250-8045 annex building B1,Dongsan Hospital Special
      The onset of vascular disease, obesity, diabetes, cancer and other major chronic illnesses might be linked to poor diet quality. Therefore, the nutritional supports are important factors in the management of disease and prevention. The Research Center for Clinical Nutrition(RCCN) was established to study the clinical nutrition for human. Research focus of RCCN will be to study the mechanisms by which diet and exercise influence obesity, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, dyslipidemia, chronic kidney disease, and malignancy.
      The multidisciplinary nutritional research team at the Keimyung University has considerable expertise in basic clinical research as well as experience in testing diet and exercise interventions to treat obesity and related disorders, including high blood pressure, hyperlipidemia and glucose intolerance.

 

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