Dr. Lee received Distinguished Faculty Award in recognition of outstanding research achievements at Cleveland State University.
Dr. Lee awarded $150,000 TVSF Phase II grant for his startup company, Bioprinting Laboratories, Inc.
Pranav Joshi successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congrats, Pranav!
Dr. Alexander Roth is hired at Rochester Institute of Technology as a lecturer. Congrats, Alex!
Dr. Lee awarded $80,000 grant from Colgate-Palmolive for antimicrobial research.
Rushabh Patel has been selected as the Cleveland State University Fall 2018 Valedictorian as well as the College of Sciences and Health Professions Fall 2018 Valedictorian. Congrats, Rushabh!
Dr. Lee and his team received $1.69 million grant to enhance disease modeling.
Stephen Hong and Dr. Lee published an article in Machine Design.
Alex Roth successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congrats, Alex!
Dr. Lee received Faculty Merit Recognition Award (AY 2017-2018) from Cleveland State University.
Soo-Yeon Kang successfully defended her MS thesis. Congrats, Soo-Yeon!
The board of trustees and the president of Cleveland State University approved Dr. Lee's promotion to Associate Professor with tenure.
Alex received the Excellent Award for the 3-Minute Thesis Competition at Cleveland State University.
Dr. Lee awarded $100,000 TeCK Fund grant for commercialization of microarray 3D bioprinting technology.
Dr. Lee established
Bioprinting Laboratories, Inc.
to commercialize "microarray 3D bioprinting" technology.
Kyeong-Nam Yu and Soo-Yeon Kang received "Second Place Award" in the poster presentation category at The Washkewicz College of Engineering 5
Annual Research Day.
Stephen Hong and Alexander Roth received "Honorable Mention Award" in the poster presentation category at The Washkewicz College of Engineering 5
Annual Research Day.
Dr. Lee is selected as one of 5 finalists in Transform Tox Testing Challenge (Stage 2) supported by EPA and NIH.
I-Corps MicroArray 3D Bioprinting Technology.
Pranav Joshi (Ph.D. student) received "Cellular and Molecular Medicine Specialization (CMMS) Fellowship" granted by Cleveland State University and Lerner Research Institute of Cleveland Clinic.
Dr. Lee received Faculty Merit Recognition Award (AY 2016-2017) from Cleveland State University.
Pranav Joshi and Alexander Roth (both Ph.D. students) received "Dissertation Research Award" granted by Cleveland State University.
Dr. Lee's team is selected as 2017 Cohort of I-Corps@Ohio program. In this program, Dr. Lee and his team members will develop business strategy and market analysis for commercializing a 384-pillar plate with sidewalls for miniaturized human tissue regeneration.
Dr. Lee published a book entitled
Microarray Bioprinting Technology: Fundamentals and Practices (Springer, ISBN # 978-3-319-46803-7)
Alexander Roth (Ph.D. student) received 2nd place in the oral presentation category at the tenth of Cleveland State's Interdisciplinary Research Conference (CSIRC) at Cleveland State University.
Dr. Lee established 3D MicroArray, Inc. with his business partner (Ray Gerald) and became a Chief Technology Officer.
Alexander Roth (Ph.D. student) received an Honorable Mention Award for his podium presentation at The 6
Biomaterials Day Symposium at Case Western Reserve University.
Dr. Lee received Faculty Innovation Fund (FIF) on Microarray 3D Bioprinting for Toxicology Assessment.
Dr. Lee's research on metabolism-induced toxicity assays is cited at C&EN.
Britt E. Erickson, Making sure chemical toxicity tests do not miss metabolites, C&EN, 94(32), 16-19
Dr. Lee received Faculty Merit Recognition Award (AY 2015-2016) from Cleveland State University.
Dr. Lee is selected as one of 10 semi-finalists in Transform Tox Testing Challenge (Stage 1) supported by EPA and NIH.
Alexander Roth (Ph.D. student) received "Excellent Graduate Student Engagement and Social Advocacy Award" granted by Cleveland State University
Drs. Lee and Kothapalli, awarded a $1.3 million-National Institutes of Health for innovative stem cell research
CSU Awarded $1.3 Million NIH Grant for Stem Cell Research
Dr. Moo-Yeal Lee Published in Nature Communications