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Richard S. Lee | Education

Undergraduate School

Princeton University

1998, Princeton, NJ

Medical School

Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University

1998, Philadelphia, PA

Internship

Surgery

University of Washington

1999, Seattle, WA

Residency

Surgery

University of Washington

2000, Seattle, WA

Residency

Urology

University of Washington

2003, Seattle, WA

Residency

Chief Urology Resident

University of Washington

2004, Seattle, WA

Fellowship

Pediatric Urology

Boston Children's Hospital

2007, Boston, MA

Richard S. Lee | Professional History

Richard S. Lee, MD is the Vice Chair, Research, Director of Pediatric Urologic Oncology, Director of Pediatric Urologic Transplantation, and the Co-Director of the Bladder Exstrophy Program. He is a board-certified pediatric urologist specializing in complex genitourinary reconstruction, including bladder exstrophy and other complex pelvic malformations, pediatric urologic oncology, pediatric renal transplantation and reconstruction, and robotic surgery. Dr. Lee received his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering at Princeton University and his medical degree at Jefferson Medical College. He completed his 6-year Urologic Surgery residency at the University of Washington and then trained in a 3-year pediatric urology fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Lee has multiple research interests each with a strong focus on preservation of kidney function. His laboratory focuses on identifying urinary biomarkers of kidney injury, kidney obstruction and infection. He has received numerous research grants for his work and has been continuously federally funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) since 2007.

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