Christopher H. Lee, BS
- Graduate Student
Christopher Lee joined the Department of Pediatrics in July 2017. He is a PhD candidate in the laboratory of Dr. Terence Dermody. Currently, his thesis research is focused on understanding molecular mechanisms that direct the biogenesis and maturation of reovirus intracellular factories. In pursuit of this research he has been able to cultivate his general research interests in virology, RNA biology, and biochemistry.
Prior to joining the University of Pittsburgh, he worked at the CDC developing high throughput neutralization assays. After the completion of his doctorate studies, he intends to pursue a career analyzing biotech companies as investment opportunities.
Professional and Scientific Society Memberships
- Amreican Society for Virology, 2017-Present
Education & Training
- BS, Microbiology, University of Georgia, 2013
Reovirus σNS and μNS Proteins Remodel the Endoplasmic Reticulum to Build Replication Neo-Organelles. Raquel Tenorio Ph.D., Isabel Fernández de Castro Ph.D., Jonathan J. Knowlton Ph.D., Paula F. Zamora Ph.D., Christopher H. Lee, Bernardo A. Mainou Ph.D., Terence S. Dermody Ph.D., Cristina Risco Ph.D. Mbio, July/August 2018, volume 9, issue 4
Polymerase Discordance in Novel Swine Influenza H3N2v Constellations Is Tolerated in Swine but Not Human Respiratory Epithelial Cells. Josh Powell Ph.D., Daniel Dlugolenski, M.S, Tamas Nagy Ph.D., Jon Gabbard Ph.D., Christopher H. Lee, Stephen Mark Tompkins Ph.D., Ralph A Tripp Ph.D. PlosOne, October 2014, volume 9, issue 10