About Dr. Jung

Dr. Woosung Jung has a passion for helping animals and has dedicated his career to just that. He has over 15 years of experience working in the Seoul National University animal hospital and other local animal hospitals. In addition to his expertise in internal medicine, he also specializes in endoscopy and animal travel and quarantine services. Dr. Jung and his very friendly staff at Songpawon Animal Hospital are eager to serve you and your precious pet!

Clinical History

  • 2002-2012: Seoul National University Veterinary Hospital

    • Internal medicine, assistant teacher

    • Major: endoscopy, small animal quarantine

  • ~2008: Catholic Medical College Cardiology Lab Researcher

  • 2013-2015: ACRIS Animal Medical Center, Sub-Director

  • 2015: HELIX Animal Medical Center, Internal Medicine part, Chief Veterinarian

  • 2017-Present: Songpawon Animal Hospital, Owner and Chief Veterinarian​​

Lectures Given

  • 2004 Seoul vet society conference lecture speaker: endoscopic treatment

  • 2005 Busan vet society conference lecture speaker: small animal quarantine process

  • 2007 Seoul vet society conference lecture speaker: small animal quarantine process

  • 2012 The Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics lecture speaker: endoscopic treatment

  • 2013 Korean Animal Hospital Association lecture speaker: endoscopic treatment

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Medical Scientific History

 

Published Papers

  • A Case Report of Canine Juvenile Cellulitis

  • A Case report of sweat gland tumors in dog  

  • Chylothorax in a Dog: Case Report 2004

  • Clinical retrieval via endoscopy in esophageal foreign body

  • Endoscopic Removal of Esophageal Foreign Body in a Ferret 

  • Survey of Helicobacter infection in domestic and feral cats in Korea

  • The Design of RFID Management System with Mobile Phone for Recognition of Pets

  • Comparison of rectal and infrared thermometry for obtaining body temperature of gnotobiotic piglets in conventional portable germ free facility

  • A Case of endoscopic retrieval of a long bamboo stick from a Humboldt penguin (Spheniscus humboldti)

  • Stimulatory Effect of HGF-Overexpressing Adipose-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells on Thymus Regeneration in a Rat Thymus Involution Model

  • Effect of ectopic OCT4 expression on canine adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cell proliferation.

  • Pro-apoptotic and Growth-inhibitory Effect of IFN-¥â-Overexpressing Canine Adipose Tissue-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells Against Melanoma Cells.

  • Human adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells inhibit T-cell lymphoma growth in vitro and in vivo.

  • Genistein inhibits pro?inflammatory cytokines in human mast cell activation through the inhibition of the ERK pathway.

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