Sejeong Lee is a research associate in the fungal toxin research group. She is interested in proteins moving to and translocating across the membrane. She obtained her PhD degree from the Georg August University of Gottingen with a thesis about dynamic interactions of the bacterial signal recognition particle from ribosome to the membrane using FRET. After her PhD, she worked as a research associate for the Bayley group at the University of Oxford, leading a project on the kinetic mechanism of colicin translocation through a transmembrane pore OmpF using single channel recording. Since joining the Naglik Laboratory in early 2020, she has been studying the molecular mechanism of the cellular import of the fungal toxin and biophysical properties of lipids in the toxin import.