Since Young Jong Lee joined NIST in 2006, he has developed new microscopy and spectroscopy technologies based on coherent Raman and infrared (IR) absorption to measure the quantitative and structural information of complex materials and biological systems. His recent research has focused on developing new IR spectroscopic methods for the high-sensitivity characterization of proteins and new microscopic methods based on IR and Raman-based for live cells and polymers. (orcid.org/0000-0001-7754-3001)
Development of New Measurement Technology
Soft Matter Physics
Cell Systems and Tissues
Postdocs: positions may be occasionally available. Both non-US citizens and US citizens. If interested in any projects described above, please send an email to youngjong.lee [at] nist.gov.
NRC Postdoctoral Fellowship: US citizens only. Please visit the following opportunities.