Faculty Profile

Sang-Hyuk Lee
Assistant Professor
Member of the Graduate Faculty
Group: Biological Physics
Phone: 848-445-5286
Office: Proteomics
Email: shlee@physics.rutgers.edu
Homepage: http://sanghyuklee.rutgers.edu

Research Overview:

Lee lab is a single-molecule biophysics/biophotonics laboratory in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Rutgers University - New Brunswick. We are located in the Institute for Quantitative Biomedicine on Busch Campus. Our lab features wet lab, cell culture facility, and one-of-a-kind single-molecule optical instrument. Utilizing advanced fluorescent microscopy, optical tweezers, and digital holography, we are pushing the limit of our understanding of biological processes at the single-molecule level.

News Item(s):
  • Professor Sang-Hyuk Lee uses 2018 Nobel Prize winning optical tweezers techniques to study molecular forces in biological systems