- Dr. Lee and his research collaborators at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and University of Illinois at Chicago awarded $5.35 million NIH/NIDDK UH3 grant for modeling type II diabetes on pillar/perfusion plate platforms.
- Dr. Lee’s startup company, Bioprinting Laboratories, Inc. awarded $838,000 NIH/NCATS SBIR Phase II grant for commercializing pillar/perfusion plate platforms for robust organoid culture and analysis.
- Dr. Lee received Faculty Merit Recognition Award (AY 2019-2020) from Cleveland State University.
- Soo-Yeon Kang received the Lyczkowski Fellowship Award at Cleveland State University. Congratuations SooYeon for your achievement.
- 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 5th Annual Research Day.
- Stephen Hong and Alexander Roth received “Honorable Mention Award” in the poster presentation category at The Washkewicz College of Engineering 5th Annual Research Day.
- Dr. Lee is selected as one of 5 finalists in Transform Tox Testing Challenge (Stage 2) supported by EPA and NIH.
- 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 6th 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