Nano-Micro-Bio Lab

Lee's group creates new biomedical and energy devices using nanotechnology, microfluidics, and 3D printing for transformative use. Current areas of research include:

  • Patient-Specific 3D Microfluidic Tissue Model for Multiple Myeloma
  • Microfluidic Reconstruction of 3D Osteocytic Cellular Networks
  • Inkjet-Printed Drug-Eluting Micropatterns
  • Graphene-Based, Printed Flexible Supercapacitors

Our laboratory is located on the bank of the Hudson River in New Jersey with a spectacular view of Manhattan, New York.  The world-class location offers a unique living experience for our students and staff with ample opportunities for external collaboration due to the significant presence of biomedical, energy, and defense industries present in the metropolitan area.  The laboratory provides cross-cutting research experiences for our students and collaborators at the intersection of nano-, micro-, and bio-technologies.