Dr. Lee is a board-certified nephrologist and [ACADEMIC TITLE] in the Nephrology Division of the Stanford Department of Medicine.
He delivers expert, compassionate kidney care personalized to each patient he serves. Dr. Lee is committed to improving both the health and quality of life of his patients.
He has conducted research and presented peer-reviewed abstracts on topics such as the kidney secretions of hemodialysis patients and the risk of postoperative kidney injury in patients with chronic kidney disease. He also has presented on the association of therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest with serum potassium levels and mortality.
His work scholarship has appeared in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, Kidney Week, Critical Care Medicine, Chest Journal, and Journal of Hospital Medicine.
Dr. Lee has received honors and awards including the prestigious Ben J. Lipps Research Fellowship from the American Society of Nephrology. The program funds original research projects by nephrology fellows.
He received an Outstanding Physician Award from Good Samaritan Hospital. He also received mayoral recognition of his dedication to the city of Anseong, South Korea, as a public health physician. At that time, he was President of the Association of Anseong Public Health Physicians.
Clinical Scholar, Medicine - Nephrology
Doctor of Medicine, Chungnam National University (2007)
Fellowship: Stanford University Nephrology Fellowship (2020) CA
Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine (2014)
Residency: Cooper University Hospital Internal Medicine Program (2014) NJ
Medical Education: Chungnam National University School of Medicine (2007) South Korea