Da-Yae Lee is a Senior Bio-Consultant and Project Leader in the Bio 4D Intelligence Team at ROKIT Healthcare. She is in charge of business development and overseas dissemination of research service platforms that bring together 4D bioprinting technologies, computer-aided design and human biomaterials to offer breakthrough research and medical solutions.
Before joining ROKIT Healthcare, Da-Yae was a research assistant at the MIT Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research and Brigham and Women’s Hospital Crohn’s and Colitis Center, with experiences both at the bench and in clinical trial coordination. She has a B.A. in Biochemistry from Smith College in Massachusetts, U.S.A.

ROKIT Healthcare believes that developing a platform for human organ regeneration services based on the bio-printing technology can fundamentally resolve the global healthcare phenomenon of “people living longer and the government’s medical budget decreasing”. ROKIT Healthcare believes bioprinting lends a promising, innovative solution from the convergence of biology, engineering, medicine, and innovations in healthcare supply chain.