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Donghoon Lee

Donghoon Lee
Donghoon Lee
Department of Radiology
University of Washington
Washington
USA
Tel. 206-685-2357
Fax 206-616-9878

Biography

Donghoon Lee is a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Radiology at the University of Washington. He received his PhD degree in physics from Brown University in 1991. Lee worked jointly at both Massachusetts General Hospital and Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, MA as a post-doctoral researcher. He continued his Magnetic Resonance (MR) research at the Department of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering of the University of California at Santa Barbara, CA. Then he conducted research and taught in the Department of Physics at Pai Chai University, Taejon, South Korea from 1993 to 2004. Lee was Professor of Physics at Pai Chai University before joining in Radiology at the University of Washington in 2004. Since then, he has conducted his research focused on MR absolute quantification and animal MR studies in collaborations with several research groups from within and outside the University.

Research Interest

Donghoon Lee’s research interest has been focused on magnetic resonance (MR) quantification using synthetic reference signal injections, small animal MR studies and the development of RF and gradient coils for MR. He has developed a novel, non-invasive method and device to accurately quantify metabolite concentrations in MR measurements using an inductively coupled reference signal injection method. In the collaborations with the cancer biology, nanotechnology, neurosurgery and muscular dystrophy groups from both the University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Lee has worked on animal MR studies for the development of MR imaging and MR spectroscopy methodology to understand various diseases including pediatric brain cancer, pancreatic cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and muscular dystrophy.

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