Lee, Hakho, PhD
Hakho Lee, Ph.D. is Associate Professor in Radiology at Harvard Medical School, and Director of the Biomedical Engineering Program at the Center for Systems Biology (CSB), Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). He received his Ph.D. in Physics from Harvard University (Advisor: Robert M. Westervelt), and completed his post-doctoral training at MGH under Dr. Weissleder. Dr. Lee has extensive experience in nanomaterials, biophysics, microfluidics, and electrical engineering. His research focuses on developing new biosensor technologies, and has been leading the Biomedical Engineering Program at CSB.
Selected Publications (from total of 87)
Nano-Magnetic System For Rapid Diagnosis Of Acute Infection.
Integrated microHall magnetometer to measure the magnetic properties of nanoparticles.
Integrated Kidney Exosome Analysis (iKEA) For The Detection Of Kidney Transplant Rejection.
Characterization of Extracellular Vesicles by Surface Plasmon Resonance.
Methods Mol Biol. 2017;1660:133-141 - PMID: 28828653
Integrated Magneto-Chemical Sensor For On-Site Food Allergen Detection.
ACS Nano. 2017;11(10):10062-10069 - PMID: 28792732
Novel nanosensing technologies for exosome detection and profiling.
Real-time quantitative analysis of metabolic flux in live cells using a hyperpolarized micromagnetic resonance spectrometer.
Multiparametric plasma EV profiling facilitates diagnosis of pancreatic malignancy
Sci Transl Med. 2017;9(391):eaal3226 - PMID: 28539469
MicroRNA Signatures and Molecular Subtypes of Glioblastoma: The Role of Extracellular Transfer.
Facile silicification of plastic surface for bioassays.
Facile Coating Strategy to Functionalize Inorganic Nanoparticles for Biosensing
Point of care assessment of melanoma tumor signaling and metastatic burden from μNMR analysis of tumor fine needle aspirates and peripheral blood.
Highly sensitive detection of protein biomarkers via nuclear magnetic resonance biosensor with magnetically engineered nanoferrite particles
A magneto-DNA nanoparticle system for the rapid and sensitive diagnosis of enteric fever.
Holographic Assessment of Lymphoma Tissue (HALT) for Global Oncology Field Applications