🎉 Our latest work on cerebral microvascular imaging has been published in Nature Communications. Just the beginning of an exciting journey toward regular checkups for early Alzheimer’s disease prediction!
🎉 During the first six years at Brown, we have received four NIH grants (one R00 and three R01s), $6.5M in total, all as a sole PI. We are so excited to see what technology each project will produce after five years!
leelab.ai is a part of School of Engineering, Carney Institute for Brain Science, Center for Biomedical Engineering, Center on the Biology of Aging, and Center for Alternatives to Animals in Testing at Brown University. At the intersection of medical photonics, neural engineering, and artificial intelligence, we develop technical solutions to imperative healthcare problems, particularly Alzheimer’s disease, age-related macular degeneration, and personalized cancer medicine.
Jonghwan Lee is Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Assistant Professor of Brain Science at Brown University. Prior to joining Brown, he worked as a faculty member and postdoctoral fellow in Radiology at Harvard Medical School. He received BS in Physics and PhD in Neural Engineering at Seoul National University, South Korea. He is the recipient of NIH K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award, Richard B. Salomon Faculty Research Award, and Tau Beta Pi Excellence in Research Award.
For undergraduate students:
We currently have no open position for undergraduate students.
For ScM students:
We have a few open positions for ScM students. Please email the PI if you would like to discuss.
For PhD students and postdocs:
Please email the PI if you would like to discuss any openings for postdocs and PhD students when you have background in either Biomedical Engineering, Neuroscience, Electrical Engineering, Physics, or Applied Mathematics.