NTU Food Science & Tech.

Yue-Jia Lee
Job Title Assistant Professor
Name Yue-Jia Lee
Office Tel No. 02-3366-4125
Email yuejialee7@ntu.edu.tw
Education Ph.D, Veterinary Medical Science, Mississippi State University, USA
Masters, Department of Animal Science & Technology, National Taiwan University
Bachelors, Department of Animal Science & Technology, National Taiwan University
Research Expertise Bacteriology, Foodborne pathogens, Biofilms, Food Safety
Personal Website https://yuejialee7.wixsite.com/leemicrobiologylab
  1. Lee, Y. J., & Inzana, T. J. (2021). Extraction and electrophoretic analysis of bacterial lipopolysaccharides and outer membrane proteins. Bio-protocol. 11(24), e4263. 

  2. Lee, Y. J., & Wang, C. (2020). Proteomic analysis reveals the temperature-dependent presence of extracytoplasmic peptidases in the biofilm exoproteome of Listeria monocytogenes EGD-e. Journal of Microbiology. 58(9), 761-771.

  3. Lee, Y. J., & Wang, C. (2020). Links between S-adenosylmethionine and Agr-based quorum sensing for biofilm development in Listeria monocytogenes EGD-e. MicrobiologyOpen, 9(5), e1015.

  4. Chiang C. M., Chiu H. Y., Jong D. S., Wu L. S., Lee Y. J. (Co-corresponding author), & Chiu C. H. (2020). Role of the Kisspeptin/KISS1 Receptor System in the Testicular Development of Mice. Journal of the Chinese Medical Association. Epub ahead of print. 10.1097/jcma.0000000000000443.

  5. Yang, W. Y., Lee, Y. J., Lu, H., Chou, C. H., & Wang, C. (2019). Analysis of contributory gut microbiota and lauric acid against necrotic enteritis in Clostridium perfringens and Eimeria side-by-side challenge model. PLOS One. 14(5), e0205784.

  6. Yang, W. Y., Lee, Y. J., Lu, H., Branton, S. L., Chou, C.H. & Wang, C. (2019). netB-positive Clostridium perfringens in the experimental induction of necrotic enteritis with or without predisposing factors. Poultry Science. pez311.

  7. Lee, Y. J. & Wang, C. (2017). Morphological change and decreasing transfer rate of biofilm-featured Listeria monocytogenes EGDe. Journal of Food Protection, 80(3), 368-375.

  8. Wang, J. Y., Lee, Y. J. (Co-first author), Chou, M. C., Chang, R., Chiu, C. H., Liang, Y. J., & Wu, L. S. (2015). Astaxanthin protects steroidogenesis from hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidative stress in mouse Leydig cells. Marine Drugs, 13(3), 1375-1388.

  9. Hsu, M. C., Wang, J. Y., Lee, Y. J., Jong, D. S., Tsui, K. H., & Chiu, C. H. (2014). Kisspeptin modulates fertilization capacity of mouse spermatozoa. Reproduction, 147(6), 835-845.

Current research topics include:
1. Study of pathogenic biofilm development and microbial interactions
2. Develop strategies for intervening in pathogenic biofilm formation in the food industry
3. Food microbiome analysis using sequencing techniques

Learn more about what we are working on! https://yuejialee7.wixsite.com/leemicrobiologylab

Prospective students and researcher candidates are encouraged to contact Dr. Yue-Jia Lee via yuejialee7(at)ntu.edu.tw to inquire about open positions.

2015/01 - 2019/08

PhD, Veterinary Medical Science, Mississippi State University, US

2012/09 - 2014/06

MS, Animal Science and Technology, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

2008/09 -2012/06

BS, Animal Science and Technology, National Taiwan University, Taiwan        

2022/02 - Current

Assistant Professor, Institute of Food Science and Technology, National Taiwan University, Taiwan


2019/10 - 2022/01

Postdoc, Veterinary Biomedical Sciences, Long Island University, US