Moo-Yeal Lee, PhD

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine
School of Medicine
Molecular Oncology Program
Case Comprehensive Cancer Center

Research Information

Research Interests

The Lee laboratory is focused on creating miniature human tissue constructs (e.g., brain, liver, and intestine organoids) in biomimetic hydrogels on several biochip platforms using “microarray three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting” technology. The microarray 3D bioprinting technology is a robotic microsolenoid valve-driven printing technology manifested on several biochip platforms, including a 384-pillar plate. These bioprinted tissues with cells obtained from patients can be used as promising disease models for screening therapeutic drugs for individual patients, thereby potentially revolutionizing regenerative medicine, oncology, and drug discovery.

External Appointments

Associate Professor, Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Cleveland State University


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