Lee lab at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

The Lee research group at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine employs human pluripotent stem cells and reprogramming methods to investigate cell fate specification processes, relevant to human genetic disorders of peripheral nervous system and muscular dystrophies.




Current and previous funding sources:

NIH/NINDS, NIH/NIAMS, NSF/EAGER, The New York Stem Cell Foundation, Korean National Research Foundation, Yuyang DNU, The Korea Institute of Planning and Evaluation for Technology in Food, Aggriculture, and Forestry (IPET), The CMT Association, Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund (TEDCO), The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), The FSH Society, The Helis Foundation, The Stabler Award, The Green Foundation, The Singh Family Foundation, The Packard ALS Center, Mirowski Discovery Fund, The Blaustein Pain Foundation, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, New York State Funding for Stem Cell Research, Life Technologies, Private donors