Hakho Lee



Kisoo Park and Jongmin Park were awarded with the prestigious post-doctoral research fellowship from National Research Foundation, Korea. Congratulations!


Changwook Min was selected for the CCNE Graduate Student Award. Congratulations!


CSB, ETRI (Electronic and Telecommunication Research Institute, Korea) and KBRI (Korea Brain Research Institute) have signed an MoU on research collaboration and academic exchange. The agreement is expected to promote international cooperation between these Institutions of complementary expertise, towards developing new sensing technologies.


Congratulations to Hyungsoon Im, PhD and Miles Miller, PhD who won MGH ORCD 2014 Research Fellows Poster Celebration Awards.


Biocompare features work of Lee Lab and Weissleder Lab in using exosomes as a relatively noninvasive biomarker for tumor burden and treatment efficacy.


Simple, Portable Test Could Make Blood Transfusions Safer - Chemical & Engineering News is featuring CSB work. (pdf)


"A World-beating TB Detector" - developed at CSB faster, cheaper, more sensitive, and more portable TB detector is featured in IEEE Spectrum. (pdf)


"Diagnostic Magnetic Resonance. Miniature System Could Have Huge Public Health Impact" - an article about CSB work in NIBIB eAdvances online magazine. (pdf)


Nature Nanotechnology Feature article describes CSB work on TB detection using magnetic nanoparticles, microfluidics and nuclear magnetic resonance. (pdf)


CSB's work on TB detection using DMR technology is featured in New Scientist (pdf) and MIT Technology Review (pdf)


Bloomberg News describes application of CSBs DMR chip for cancer detection - A rapid test for cancer using tiny magnetic sensors was able to detect as few as two cancer cells in a sample of human tissue within 15 minutes, a study said. (pdf)