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Dr. Lee graduated with honors from the University of California at Berkeley where he also received the Eric Hoffer Essay Prize his senior year. From 1992 until 2001, he earned a M.D. and Ph.D. degrees from the Stanford University Medical School in Stanford, California. While there, Dr. Li was mentored under a Medical Scientist Training Program grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. Dr. Lee is the first author on several key research papers, including one on histone acetylation that was published in Cell while he was still in medical school. Dr. Lee assumed his positions at Methodist in 2008.

Research interests

Dr. Lee is an accomplished expert in nuclear medicine, biophysics, and molecular biology. His research specifically centers on pathophysiology from a molecular imaging approach. He studies the epigenetics of cancer, and develops new tools for the study of biochemical and intracellular signaling pathways, as well as platform technology for targeted radiotherapy.

Education/Academic qualification

Nuclear Medicine, Residency, UCLA School of Medicine

Jul 1 2006Jul 31 2008

Award Date: Jul 31 2008

Internal Medicine, Internship, UCLA School of Medicine

Jul 1 2003Jul 31 2006

Award Date: Jul 31 2006

Radiology, Clinical Fellowship, Stanford School of Medicine

Jul 1 2001Jun 30 2003

Award Date: Jun 30 2003

MD, Stanford University

Sep 1 1992Jun 30 2001

Award Date: Jun 30 2001

Nuclear Medicine, Postdoctoral Fellowship, Department of Nuclear Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles

Molecular Imaging, Postdoctoral Fellowship, Stanford University

Biological Physics, PhD, Stanford University

Research Area Keywords

  • Imaging & Radiology

Free-text keywords

  • Cancer
  • Nanoparticles
  • Pathophysiology
  • Radiotherapy


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