Dr. Wooli Bae is currently working as a lecturer in experimental soft matter physics at the University of Surrey. Wooli was working as a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Bioengineering with Prof. Guy-Bart Stan and Dr. Thomas Ouldridge.

His interests lie on using nucleic acid nanotechnology to understand underlying principles of fundamental biological/biophysical processes. He focused on developing an RNA module to implement novel-decision making synthetic circuits in living cells for his research project at Imperial. He is an expert in single molecule-fluorescence and single-molecule force spectroscopy and DNA nanotechnology.

Wooli received his Ph.D. in Physics in 2012 from KAIST, Korea on single-molecule techniques. After that, he joined Professor Dr. Tim Liedl’s group in Munich, Germany to learn DNA origami.

You can see Wooli's full CV here: Wooli CV

‌List of publications:

(1)        Kempter, S.; Khmelinskaia, A.; Strauss, M. T.; Schwille, P.; Jungmann, R.; Liedl, T.; Bae, WSingle Particle Tracking and Super-Resolution Imaging of Membrane-Assisted Stop-and-Go Diffusion and Lattice Assembly of DNA Origami. ACS Nano 2019, acsnano.8b04631.

(2)        Bae, W.; Kocabey, S.; Liedl, T. DNA Nanostructures in Vitro, in Vivo and on Membranes. Nano Today2019, 26, 98–107

(3)        Funck, T.; Liedl, T.; Bae, WDual Aptamer-Functionalized 3D Plasmonic Metamolecule for Thrombin SensingAppl. Sci. 20199, 3006.

(4)        Nicoli, F.; Barth, A.; Bae, W.; Neukirchinger, F.; Crevenna, A. H.; Lamb, D. C.; Liedl, T. Directional Photonic Wire Mediated by Homo-Förster Resonance Energy Transfer on a DNA Origami PlatformACS Nano 201711, 11264–11272.

(5)        Maier, A. M.; Bae, W.; Schiffels, D.; Emmerig, J. F.; Schiff, M.; Liedl, T. Self-Assembled DNA Tubes Forming Helices of Controlled Diameter and ChiralityACS Nano 201711, 1301–1306.

(6)        Nickels, P. C.; Wünsch, B.; Holzmeister, P.; Bae, W.; Kneer, L. M.; Grohmann, D.; Tinnefeld, P.; Liedl, T. Molecular Force Spectroscopy with a DNA Origami-Based Nanoscopic Force Clamp. Science (80-. ). 2016354, 305–307.

(7)        Kocabey, S.; Kempter, S.; List, J.; Xing, Y.; Bae, W.; Schiffels, D.; Shih, W. M.; Simmel, F. C.; Liedl, T. Membrane-Assisted Growth of DNA Origami Nanostructure Arrays. ACS Nano 20159, 3530–3539.

(8)        Bae, W.; Kim, K.; Min, D.; Ryu, J. K.; Hyeon, C.; Yoon, T. Y. Programmed Folding of DNA Origami Structures through Single-Molecule Force Control. Nat. Commun. 20145, 5654.

(9)        Bae, W.; Choi, M. G.; Hyeon, C.; Shin, Y. K.; Yoon, T. Y. Real-Time Observation of Multiple-Protein Complex Formation with Single-Molecule FRET. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013135, 10254–10257.

(10)      Diao, J.; Ishitsuka, Y.; Bae, W. Single-Molecule FRET Study of SNARE-Mediated Membrane Fusion. Biosci. Rep. 201131, 457–463.