Lee, J (2018). Insights into cell motility provided by the iterative use of mathematical modeling and experimentation. AIMS Biophysics, 5: 97-124.

Doshi, B., Hightower, L. E., J. Lee (2015) Heat shock alters keratocyte movement and morphology: exploring a role for HSP27 (HSPB1): In “The Big Book on Small Heat Shock Proteins”, p. 457-469. Heat Shock Proteins 8, R.M. Tanguay, and L.E. Hightower (eds.).Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015.

Morin, T. R. Jr., Ghassem-Zadeh, S. A. and J. Lee (2014). Traction force microscopy in rapidly moving cells reveals separate roles for ROCK and MLCK in the mechanics of retraction. Experimental Cell Research 326: 280-292.

Doshi, B. M., Hightower, L. E. and  J. Lee  (2010). HSPB1, actin filament dynamics, and aging cells. Annals of the New York Academy of Science.

Doshi, B. M., Hightower, L. E. and  J. Lee (2009). The role of Hsp27 and actin in the regulation of movement in human cancer cells responding to heat shock. Cell Stress Chaperones. 2009 September; 14(5): 445–457.

Lombardi, M. L., Knecht, D. A. and J. Lee (2008). Mechano-chemical signaling maintains the rapid movement of Dictyostelium cells. Experimental Cell Research 314: 1850-1859.

Frey, M., Engler, A., Lee, J., Wang, Y.-L., Discher, D. (2007). Microscopic Methods for Measuring the  Elasticity for Gel Substrates for Cell Culture: Microspheres, Microindenters and, Atomic Force Microscopy. Methods Cell Biol. 83: 47-65.

Lee, J. (2007). The use of gelatin substrates for traction force microscopy in rapidly moving cells. Methods Cell Biol. 83: 295-312.

Lombardi, M. L., Knecht, D. A. and J. Lee (2007). Traction force microscopy in Dictyostelium reveals distinct roles for myosin II motor and actin crosslinking activity in maintaining cell polarity. Journal of Cell Science 120: 1624-1634.

Jurado, C., Haserick, J. R. and J. Lee (2005). Slipping or Gripping?  Fluorescent speckle microscopy in fish keratocytes reveals two different mechanisms for generating a retrograde flow of actin. Molecular Biology of the Cell 16: 507-518.

Doyle, A. and J. Lee (2005).Cyclic changes in keratocyte speed and traction stress arise from

Ca2+-dependent regulation of cell adhesiveness. Journal of Cell Science 118: 369-379.

Doyle, A., Marganski, B. and J. Lee (2004). Calcium transients induce spatially coordinated increases in traction force during the movement of fish keratocytes. Journal of Cell Science 117: 2193-2202.

Choi, Y.S., Lee, J. and R. Lui (2004). Traveling wave solutions for a one-dimensional crawling nematode sperm cell model. J. Math. Biol., 49: 310-328.

Doyle, A and J. Lee (2002). Simultaneous, real-time imaging of intracellular calcium and cellular traction force production. Biotechniques, 33 (2) 358.

Lee, J., Ishihara, A., Oxford, G., Johnson, B. and K. Jacobson (1999). Regulation of cell movement is mediated by stretch-activated calcium channels. Nature, 400: 382-386.