Taeho Lee, MS

Schema Designer

Taeho is a Physics graduate student in Dr. Janice Robertson’s lab in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics. He received his BS in Nano-science from Chiba University in Chiba, Japan and graduated in three years under the mentorship of Dr. Kazuyuki Sakamoto. He also received his MS in Applied Physics from Osaka University in Osaka, Japan, working in the Nano-photonics lab of Dr. Satoshi Kawata. After spending five years in Japan, he joined the lab of Dr. Janice Robertson to conduct his PhD research. He now studies thermodynamics and kinetics of membrane protein assembly in lipid membranes using homo-dimeric Cl-/H+ antiporter CLC-ec1 as a model system. Outside of his research, he is also interested in photography, illustration, and color psychology.

Areas of expertise: Biochemistry & Biophysics · Scientific Schema Design · Physics · Nanotechnology · Bio-photonics