Principal Investigator

Prof. Kyung-Ho Roh is the principal investigator for the Molecular and Cellular Immunoengineering Laboratory (MCIL) at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH). He is an Assistant Professor in the Chemical and Materials Engineering Department at UAH. Immediately before joining UAH, Dr. Roh worked as a Research Scientist in the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University (PI: Dr. Krishnendu Roy), and he also served as a Program Manager for the National Cell Manufacturing Consortium. Before then, he studied for 5 years in the School of Medicine at Stanford University for his postdoctoral study on T cell immunology (PI: Dr. Mark M. Davis).

Ph.D. Macromolecular Science and Engineering, University of Michigan (2008), Thesis advisor: Prof. Joerg Lahann

M.S. Fiber and Polymer Science and Engineering, Seoul National University (2000), Thesis advisor: Prof. Won Ho Jo

B.S. Fiber and Polymer Science and Engineering, Seoul National University (1998)

Graduate Students

Abhinav Ayyadevara

Ph.D. student in Biotechnology

Bachelor of Technology in Biotechnology

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (2010) 

Héctor Sá
nchez Moran
M.S. student in Chemical Engineering

B.S. in Chemical Engineering
University of Salamanca (2016)

Undergraduate Students

Joowon Lee
B.S. student in Computer Science

B.S. in Biological Sciences 
University of Alabama in Huntsville (2015)

Jet Tan
B.S. student in Chemical Engineering

Former Lab Members
  • Aaron Sears, B.S. (2017 Spring-Summer, Current: Epic Systems Corp.)
  • Kennedy Miller, undergraduate (2017 Summer)