Radiology Personnel

Donghoon Lee, Ph.D.

Research Associate Professor

Biography

Donghoon Lee received his Ph.D. degree in physics from Brown University. He then undertook a post-doctoral fellowship between Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Lee continued his Magnetic Resonance (MR) research at the Department of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering of the University of California at Santa Barbara. Then he has worked at Pai Chai University, Taejon, South Korea from 1993 to 2004. Dr. Lee was Professor of Physics at Pai Chai University before joining in Radiology at the University of Washington. His research interest has been focused on small animal MR studies of brain tumors and muscular dystrophy, and MR quantification using signal injections.

Education

 

Ph.D., Brown University, Physics, 1991.

M.S., Brown University, Physics, 1988.

B.S., Sogang University, Physics, 1985.

 

Recent Publications

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Detection and Evaluation of Renal Injury in Burst Wave Lithotripsy Using Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
May P., Kreider W., Maxwell A., Wang Y., Cunitz B., Blomgren P., Johnson C., Park J., Bailey M., Lee D., Harper J., Sorensen M.
Journal of Endourology. 2017 Aug:786-792

Hyperthermia-enhanced targeted drug delivery using magnetic resonance-guided focussed ultrasound: a pre-clinical study in a genetic model of pancreatic cancer
Farr N., Wang Y., D’Andrea S., Starr F., Partanen A., Gravelle K., McCune J., Risler L., Whang S., Chang A., Hingorani S., Lee D., Hwang J.
International Journal of Hyperthermia. 2017 Jul:1-8

Noninvasive characterization of pancreatic tumor mouse models using magnetic resonance imaging
Farr N., Wang Y., D'Andrea S., Gravelle K., Hwang J., Lee D.
Cancer Medicine. 2017 May:1082-1090

Theranostic Oxygen Reactive Polymers for Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury
Xu J., Ypma M., Chiarelli P., Park J., Ellenbogen R., Stayton P., Mourad P., Lee D., Convertine A., Kievit F.
Advanced Functional Materials. 2016 Jun:4124-4133

Gliomas: Motexafin gadoliniumenhanced molecular MR imaging and optical imaging for potential intraoperative delineation of tumor margins
Qiu L., Zhang F., Shi Y., Bai Z., Wang J., Li Y., Lee D., Ingraham C., Feng X., Yang X.
Radiology. 2016 May:400-409

Multi-parametric MRI at 14T for muscular dystrophy mice treated with AAV vector-mediated gene therapy
Park J., Wicki J., Knoblaugh S., Chamberlain J., Lee D.
PLoS ONE. 2015 Jan

Efficacy of cabazitaxel in mouse models of pediatric brain tumors
Girard E., Ditzler S., Lee D., Richards A., Yagle K., Park J., Eslamy H., Bobilev D., Vrignaud P., Olson J.
Neuro-Oncology. 2015 Jan:107-115

Elimination of contaminating cap genes in AAV vector virions reduces immune responses and improves transgene expression in a canine gene therapy model
Wang Z., Halbert C., Lee D., Butts T., Tapscott S., Storb R., Miller A.
Gene Therapy. 2014 Jan:363-370

In vivo absolute quantification for mouse muscle metabolites using an inductively coupled synthetic signal injection method and newly developed 1H/31P dual tuned probe
Lee D., Marro K., Mathis M., Shankland E., Hayes C.
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2014 Jan:1039-1046

Multiparameter MRI analysis of the time course of induced muscle damage and regeneration
Feng S., Chen D., Kushmerick M., Lee D.
Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2014 Jan:779-788