Dr. Ken Lee, Professor and Director, Ohio State Food Innovation Center
Ken Lee is the director of the Ohio State
This program specializes in innovative ways to improve
the human condition by way of food. It was awarded $3.75M in January
2010 in a
major competition, and Ohio Governor Strickland named Ohio State a
excellence for food and agriculture in May 2010. Ken is a collaborator on a Targeted
Investment in Excellence in Public Health
Preparedness, that raises the stature of Ohio State.
Click on links at left for a current CV or a speaker's vitae or a short list of invited presentations
|Dr. Lee was a faculty member in University of Wisconsin Food Science from 1980 to 90. His Ph.D. degree is from The University of Massachusetts at Amherst. His B.S. degree was earned at Rutgers University, Cook College, Food Science.||You can also find a
list of publications
Lee is an Ohio State Faculty Expert with streaming video here.
An ABC News interview is streaming here.
Lee is Past-President of Phi Tau Sigma and runs the website http://phitausigma.org
Lee is elected as the University Senate Steering Commitee chair.
Lee is this year's recipient of the Harold Macy Award