Kun-Young Sohn

Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology - Clinical Chemistry


Credit Valley Hospital: Trillium
2200 Eglinton Ave. W, Department of Lab Medicine, Mississauga, Ontario Canada L5M 2N1
Research Interests
Clinical Interests
Clinical Chemistry
Appointment Status

Research Synopsis

I work in clinical diagnostic labratories and am interested in the proper utilization of various diagnostic testings for proper patient care. 

I am not doing any basic research.

Recent Publications

Ninety-Minute vs 3-h Performance of High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin Assays for Predicting Hospitalization for Acute Coronary Syndrome. Peter Kavsak, Andrew Worster, John You, Mark Oremus, Colleen Shortt, Kim Phan, Kun-Young Sohn, Kika Veljkovic, PJ Devereaux, Stephen Hill, Wendy Bhanich-Supapol & Allan Jaffe. Clinical Chemistry, 59(9):1407-1410, 2013

Multiplex protein assay performance/evaluation and the requirement for precision and correlation to clinical assays. Kim Phan, Kun-Young Sohn, Stephen A. Hill,  Andrew Worster, John You, Mark Oremus,  P.J. Devereaux, Allan S. Jaffe, Peter A. Kavsak. Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, 49 (11): 1915–1918, 2011

Cardiac troponin testing in the acute care setting: Ordering, reporting, and high sensitivity assays—An update from the Canadian society of clinical chemists (CSCC). Peter A. Kavsak, Lynn C. Allen, Fred S. Apple, Ronald A. Booth, Pak-Cheung Chan, Edgard Delvin, Albert Fraser, Lei Fu, Douglas Gornall, Christine Collier, Stephen Hill, Barry Hoffman, Yun Huang, Joël Lavoie, Amy Lou, Andre Mattman, Matthew McQueen, Qing H. Meng, Curtis Oleschuk, Morris Pudek,  Edward Randell, Kun-Young Sohn, laurel Thorlacius, Paul M. Yip, Nagib Dahdah, P.J. Devereaux, Sukhbinder Dhesy-Thind, Sebastian J. Hotte.Clinical Biochemistry, 44(16): 1273-1277, 2011.