Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences
Assistant Professor, Ryan Residency Training Program Director
Education and Training
2008 B.S. Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institue of Technology
2012 M.D. University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
2012 – 2016 Residency, Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Magee-Womens Hospital
2017 M.P.H Masters of Public Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2016 – 2018 Fellowship in Family Planning, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Dr. Lee is an Assistant Professor in Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences. Dr. Lee received her medical degree from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. She completed her residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Magee-Womens Hospital. She completed a fellowship in family planning at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as well as a masters of public health with a concentration in epidemiology and biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
She is the director of the Ryan Residency Training Program at the University of Maryland and works to provide comprehensive training in contraception, pregnancy options counseling, and abortion techniques. She believes all women deserve access to and support for comprehensive reproductive health care.
She is active in the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and currently serves as ACOG District IV Junior Fellow Secretary.
Her areas of research and clinical interest involve pain management during gynecological procedures, emergency contraception, and contraceptive counseling.
pain management, emergency contraception, contraceptive counseling
- Lee JK, Schwarz EB. The safety of available emergency contraceptive methods. Expert Opin Drug Saf. 2017 Oct; 16 (10:1163-1171. PMID:28730840.
- Lee JK, Bodur S, Guido R. The Management of Gynecological Hemoperitoneum found to be associated with a Ruptured Corpus Luteum Cyst. Gynecol Surgery. 2016 Nov; 13 (4): 305-11.
- Achilles S, Chen B, Lee JK, Gariepy A, Creinin M. Acceptability of Randomization to Type of Intrauterine Device among Women Requesting IUD Insertion for Contraception. Contraception. 2015 Dec; 92 (6): 562-4. PMID: 26297203.
- Lee JK, Papic M, Parisi SM, Baldauf E, Updike G, Schwarz EB.A Checklist Approach to Caring for Women Seeking Pregnancy Testing: Effects on Contraceptive Knowledge and Use. Contraception. 2015 February; 91 (2): 143-9. PMID: 25492313.
- Werner C, Papic M, Ferris L, Lee JK, Borrero S, Prevost N, Schwarz EB. Women's Experiences with Isotretinoin Risk Reduction Counseling. JAMA Dermatology. 2014 April; 150 (4): 366-71. PMID: 24258663.
- Lee JK, Parisi SM, Schwarz EB. Contraceptive Counseling and Use among Women with Poorer Health. J Women’s Health, Issues Care. 2013, 2:1. PMID: 24971372.
- Lee JK, Parisi SM, Baldauf E, Rapkin R, Updike G, Schwarz EB. Asking for What She Needs? Pregnancy Testing or EC? Contraception. 2013 June; 87 (6): 859-863. PMID: 23218857.
- Lee JK, Parisi SM, Akers AY, Borrero S, Schwarz EB. The Impact of Contraceptive Counseling in Primary Care on Contraceptive Use. J. Gen. Intern Med. 2011 July; 26 (7): 822. PMID: 21301983. (citation for the Institute of Medicine’s recommendation that contraceptive counseling be offered as a preventative health service)
Publications can be viewed through PubMed: https://www-ncbi-nlm-nih-gov.ezp.welch.jhmi.edu/sites/myncbi/1dmKRTL-KL3QmL/collections/56117597/public/
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