May M Lee, MD

Title(s)Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine (Clinician Educator)
Address2020 Zonal Ave, IRD 733
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033
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    Title(s)Program Director, PCCSM

    Title(s)Director of the ICU at the LAC+USC Medical Center

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    Wesleyan University, Middletown, CTBA 1996Sociology
    State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NYMD2003
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    State University of New York at Stony Brook2000  - 2003Arthur Berken Fellowship Winner
    State University of New York at Stony Brook2003  - 2003M.D. with Distinction in Humanistic Studies
    American Thoracic Society2009  - 2009Travel Award Winner
    American Thoracic Society2009  - 2009Highlighted Abstract
    Mount Sinai Research Day 2016  - 2016First Place, Poster Competition
    American College of Chest Physicians2012  - 2012Elected Fellow, FCCP
    American College of Physicians2013  - 2013Elected fellow, FACP
    American Thoracic Society2018  - 2018Elected fellow, ATSF
    Internal Medicine Residency program, LAC+USC2020  - 2020Teacher of the Year

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    Dr. Lee’s clinical interests are in critical care medicine as well as medical education. She is currently the medical director of the Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) at the LAC+USC Medical Center. Dr. Lee has long been active as an educator both in and out of medicine - from teaching at an outdoor adventure-based program for “at-risk” youth, to developing new curriculum for 6th graders, and serving as Program Director of an Internal Medicine residency program in Chicago IL – Dr. Lee has innovated and created new educational programs and teaching modalities for her all her trainees. She is currently the Program Director for the Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship program at USC. She is active in PCCM society committees, working on curriculum building and educational programming on the national level.

    Dr. Lee earned her medical degree from the Stony Brook University Medical School in New York. She then went on to complete her residency training in Internal Medicine followed by Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship training as well as a Post-Doctoral Research program at the University of Chicago.

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    1. Communication training in adult and pediatric critical care medicine. A systematic review. ATS Scholar. 2020. Mendez MP, Patel H, Talan J, Doering M, Chiarchiaro J, Sternschein RM, Steinbach TC, O’Toole J, Sankari A, McCallister JW, Lee MM, Carlos WG, and Lyons PG.View Publication.
    2. The Effect of Using Vitamin C, Hydrocortisone and Thiamine Triple Therapy in the Treatment of Septic Shock - A Randomized Clinical Trial - Pilot Study. EC Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. 2020; 4(6):109-118. Ronaghi R, Fan K, Rees J, Baghdasaryan P, Tang J, Quinn A, Spieling S, Lee M, Baydur A.View Publication.
    3. COVID-19: Interim Guidance on Management Pending Empirical Evidence. From an American Thoracic Society-led International Task Force. American Thoracic Society’s website. 2020. Kevin C. Wilson1, 2, Sanjay H. Chotirmall3, Chunxue Bai4, and Jordi Rello5 on behalf of the International Task Force on COVID-19.View Publication.
    4. Feasibility of a Critical Care Ultrasound Curriculum Delivered Through Facebook. Cureus. 2019 Dec 11; 11(12):e6349. Li S, Lee-Chang A, Yaghmour B, Khan R, Lieber J, Lee MM. PMID: 31938635.
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    5. Time-Limited Trials Among Critically Ill Patients With Advanced Medical Illnesses to Reduce Nonbeneficial Intensive Care Unit Treatments: Protocol for a Multicenter Quality Improvement Study. JMIR Res Protoc. 2019 Nov 25; 8(11):e16301. Chang D, Parrish J, Kamangar N, Liebler J, Lee M, Neville T. PMID: 31763988.
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    6. 'Trainee’s Perceptions and Practices on Social Media at One Internal Medicine Program and Its Potential Uses in Graduate Medical Education'. MedEdPublish. 2019; 2(8):46. Lee M, Fung C.View Publication.
    7. Potential impact of a bedside procedure service on training procedurally competent hospitalists in a community-based residency program. J Community Hosp Intern Med Perspect. 2016; 6(3):31054. Montuno A, Hunt BR, Lee MM. PMID: 27406445.
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    8. Intermittent hypoxia-induced endothelial barrier dysfunction requires ROS-dependent MAP kinase activation. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol. 2014 Apr 15; 306(8):C745-52. Makarenko VV, Usatyuk PV, Yuan G, Lee MM, Nanduri J, Natarajan V, Kumar GK, Prabhakar NR. PMID: 24477234.
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    9. Medical students' perceptions of racial diversity and gender equality. Med Educ. 2006 Jul; 40(7):691-6. Lee M, Coulehan JL. PMID: 16836543.
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