Hyuk "Jim" Jee

Curiel lab

Jim is originally from Seoul, South Korea. He double-majored in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and minored in Theatre at Loyola University Chicago. After, he worked as a Research Assistant/Lab Manager in P. Lee lab at Boston Children's Hospital. He joined Darthmouth MCB in 2021 and is in the J. Lee lab at Thayer School of Engineering. Using single-cell RNA sequencing approach, Jim is doing a study on characterizing the antibody repertoire between the mucosal and systemic immune systems upon respiratory tract infection. Outside of science, he is an avid podcast listener, reader, writer, and a skincare enthusiast. He also enjoys exploring different recipes in the Italian and Korean cuisines.


HB Hinman Box 7920

Selected Publications

  • Huang Z et al. "mTORC1 links pathology in experimental models of Still's disease and macrophage activation syndrome." Nature Communications (2022), 13(6915): 1-15.

    Connelly G et al. "Direct Capture of Neutralized RBD Enables Rapid Point-of-Care Assessment of SARS-CoV-2 Neutralizing Antibody Titer." Cell Reports Methods (2022), 2(100273): 1 - e6.

    Jee H et al. "Comprehensive analysis of ADA2 genetic variants and estimation of carrier frequency driven by a function-based approach." Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (2021), 149(1): 379 - 387.