Mercy Medical Center, 301 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD
Education and Training
- University of Maryland, BA, English Literature, 2004
- University of Maryland, BS, Biology, 2004
- University of Virginia School of Medicine, MD, 2008
- University of Virginia Health System, Emergency Medicine Resident, 2011
- University of Virginia Health System, Clinical Instructor/Medical Education Fellow, 2012
Dr. Lee grew up in Maryland in the suburbs near DC, went to College Park, lived in Virginia for 8 years, then moved back to his home state. First loyalties are thus to the Terps and DC area teams, but he'll root for his adopted city of Baltimore any time we aren't playing against 'em.
Medical student and resident education
Lee SD. Pitfalls in Hypertensive Emergencies. In Mattu A, Chanmugam AS, et al (eds.) Avoiding Common Errors in the Emergency Department, Second Edition. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer; 2017: 160-162. (pending publication)
Carlberg DJ, Lee SD, Dubin JS. Lower Abdominal Pain. Emerg Med Clin North Am 2016 May; 34(2): 229-249.
Lee SD, Charlton NP, Holstege CP. Do characteristics of the QRS complex in the poisoned patient correlate with outcome? In Brady WJ, Truwit JD (eds.) Critical Decisions in Emergency & Acute Care Electrocardiography. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.