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Eugenia Lee

Title(s)Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery
Address1200 N. State Street
University Park Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033
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    Dr. Eugenia Lee earned her MD from the NYU School of medicine and a Masters in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, MD. She served her General Surgery residency here at USC, then took on fellowships in Trauma Surgery and Critical Care Surgery at the Jackson Memorial Hospital Ryder Trauma Center in Miami.



    Her research interests include deep vein thrombosis, nutrition for surgical patients, and care delivery for communities affected by natural disasters.

    Dr. Lee is board certified in General Surgery. She speaks English and Korean fluently as well as basic Spanish and French.

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    1. Surgical Care Required for Populations Affected by Climate-related Natural Disasters: A Global Estimation. PLoS Curr. 2016 Aug 10; 8. Lee EE, Stewart B, Zha YA, Groen TA, Burkle FM, Kushner AL. PMID: 27617165.
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