Dr. Lee is a transplant hepatologist specializing in care for patients before and after liver transplantation. His research focuses on improving health for patients with alcohol-associated liver disease, through: 1) early liver transplantation for alcohol-associated hepatitis; 2) inequities in healthcare access; 3) public policy and advocacy; 4) novel therapeutics and translational study design. His research has resulted in first-author peer-reviewed publications in Annals of Internal Medicine, Lancet Public Health, JAMA Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, Journal of Hepatology, among others. His research has received national media coverage with NBC Nightly News, Today Show, NPR, CNN, Forbes, Los Angeles Times, among others. This research and advocacy has led to changes in national transplant and insurance policies, and has been incorporated into national guidelines across North America, Europe, Latin America, and Asia.