Lee, Hakho, PhD
Hakho Lee, Ph.D. is Associate Professor in Radiology at Harvard Medical School, Director of the Biomedical Engineering Program at the Center for Systems Biology (CSB), Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and Hostetter MGH Research Scholar. He received his Ph.D. in Physics from Harvard University and completed his postdoctoral training at MGH. Dr. Lee has extensive experience in exosomes, nanomaterials, biophysics, and electrical engineering. His research focuses on developing novel biomedical sensors for clinical applications. Dr. Lee has been leading the Biomedical Engineering Program at CSB. He is also a global faculty at IBS Center for NanoMedicine, (Korea).
Selected Publications (from total of 107)
Point-of-care cervical cancer screening using deep learning-based microholography
Compact and Filter-Free Luminescence Biosensor for Mobile <i>In-Vitro</i> Diagnoses.
Physical and Molecular Landscapes of Mouse Glioma Extracellular Vesicles Define Heterogeneity.
Methods for Systematic Identification of Membrane Proteins for Specific Capture of Cancer-Derived Extracellular Vesicles.
Thermophoretically enriched detection.
Bioassay for monitoring the anti-aging effect of cord blood treatment.
Characterization of single microvesicles in plasma from glioblastoma patients.
Deep transfer learning-based hologram classification for molecular diagnostics.
Multichannel digital heteronuclear magnetic resonance biosensor.
Computational Optics Enables Breast Cancer Profiling in Point-Of-Care Settings.
Design and clinical validation of a point-of-care device for the diagnosis of lymphoma via contrast- enhanced microholography and machine learning
Advances, challenges, and opportunities in extracellular RNA biology: insights from the NIH exRNA Strategic Workshop.
High-throughput intensity diffraction tomography with a computational microscope.
Intra-Cardiac Release of Extracellular Vesicles Shapes Inflammation Following Myocardial Infarction.
Integrated Biosensor for Rapid and Point-Of-Care Sepsis Diagnosis.