Min Young Lee, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow

Systems Biologist

I am working on the discovery of biomarkers for sepsis and PTSD. I am also analyzing the perturbed gene/miRNA networks of sepsis patients to explore dysregulated functions in immune cells. I am interested in various omics data types including proteomics, lipidomics, metabolomics, epigenomics, and integrating them to identify the complex mechanisms of the pathogenesis of human disease. I am also interested in combining other types of data such as heart rate variability (HRV) that reflect different aspects of disease pathophysiology.
Systems Biology, Biomarker discovery

PhD, POSTECH, School of System Biosciences and Bioengineering, Republic of Korea

MS, POSTECH, Chemical Engineering, Republic of Korea

BS, POSTECH, Chemical Engineering, Republic of Korea

Outside of working at ISB, I do volunteer work. I was a volunteer tutor for high school students from low-income families and taught mathematics in Korea. In Seattle, I taught at a Korean language school to second and third-generation Korean immigrants from 4th to 8th grade.

I used to bake sweet cookies, pies, and cakes and these days I cook Korean foods such as bulgogi and kimchi fried rice.