Dr. Lee is a registered patent agent with 16 years of experience conducting research and development, as well as patent prosecution, in the engineering and medical fields. He holds degrees in mechanical and biomedical engineering and has developed more than 50 of his own patents. Lee thoroughly understands the invention process and can work closely with you to develop patents not only as a patent practitioner, but as an inventor. With Lee Global Patent, he is engaged directly in patent prosecution, drafting patent specifications, filing, and producing office action responses. Drawing on his expertise in both R&D and patent prosecution, Dr. Lee guarantees his clients will receive only the highest quality patent services.
United State Patent & Trademark Office (Registration No. 74,281)
Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Seoul National University
M.S. Mechanical Engineering (Major) & Biomedical Science (Minor), KAIST
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Pusan National University, Cum Laude
Research Assistant Professor, University of Vermont, Burlington
Independent Patent Agent, Drafting, Filing, Office Actions, Prosecuting
Director, R&D and Patent Development, A&C Bio
Assistant Patent Manager, Digital Appliance Company, LG Electronics
ASAIO (American Society of Artificial Internal Organs) Young Innovative Fellowship, 2012
Marquis Who's Who, America (2011-2014) and Healthcare (2010-2013)
BE, Medical Device/Equipment, Artificial Organs, Polymer, Dental, Disposables, etc
ME, Macro Device, MEMS, Appliances, Water Treatment, Heat/Fluid, Pump, and others
CE, Polymer, Disposables, Membrane, Separation, Adsorption, Fuel Cell, Synthetic Disposables, and others
EE, Display, Sensors, Data Processing, Software, etc
1. Lee K (2013) Engineering Perspective on the Evolution of Push/Pull-Based Dialysis Treatments. Expert Rev Med Devices 2013;10: 611-620.
2. Lee K, Mun CH, Min BG (2012) Development of a Multifunctional Detoxifying Unit for Liver Failure Patients. Blood Purif 34: 225-230.
3. Lee K, Pino JC, Humes D (2012) Substitution-Free Hemodiafiltration. ASAIO J 58: 514-521.
4. Lee K, Min BG, Lee KK, Yun YM, Blagg CR (2012) Evaluation of a new method for pulse push/pull hemodialysis: comparison with conventional hemodialysis. ASAIO J 58: 232-237.
5. Lee K, Mun CH, Min BG, Won YS (2012) A Dual-Chambered Hemodialyzer for Convection-Enhanced Hemodialysis. Artif Organs 36: E78-82.
6. Lee K, Lee DW, Min BG, Lee KK, Yun YM (2011) Development of a new method for Pulse Push/Pull Hemodialysis. Journal of Medical Devices-Transactions of the ASME 5. 031004-1~6
7. Lee K, Mun CH, Lee SR, Min BG, Yoo KJ, et al. (2008) Hemodialysis using a valveless pulsatile blood pump. ASAIO J 54: 191-196.
8. Lee K, Min BG, Mun CH, Lee SR, Won YS (2008) Pulse push/pull hemodialysis in a canine renal failure model. Blood Purif. 26: 491-497.
9. Lee K, Lee SR, Mun CH, Min BG (2008) Pulse push/pull hemodialysis: in vitro study on new dialysis modality with higher convective efficiency. Artif Organs 32: 406-411.
10. Lee K, Jeong JH, Mun CH, Lee SR, Yoo KJ, et al. (2007) Convection-enhanced high-flux hemodialysis. Artif Organs 31: 653-658.
11. Lee K (2011) Pulse Push/Pull Hemodialysis: Convective Renal Replacement Therapy. In: Carpi A, Donadio C, Tramonti G, editors. Progress in Hemodialysis - From Emergent Biotechnology to Clinical Practice (ISBN 978-953-307-377-4): InTech Open Access Publisher. pp. 113-142.
12. Lee K (2013) Push/Pull Based Renal Replacement Treatments. In: Suzuki H, editor. Hemodialysis (ISBN: 980-953-307-712-8): InTech Open Access. pp. 454-474.