Associate Professor, has been a core faculty member of the program since 2010. She received her PhD from UCSF in 2007 and post-doctoral training in public health and epidemiology at NIOSH through the CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) program. Dr. Lee has 19 years of research experience in OH, including work as a research contractor at the California Department of Public Health, OH Health Branch. Her areas of focus include safety behavior, risk perception, musculoskeletal disorders, chemical exposure, healthcare workers, OH surveillance, and epidemiology. She works closely with Dr. Hong in PhD students’ research training through participation in the doctoral seminar (N240.11) and serving on the qualifying examination and dissertation committees for PhD students. She teaches OH & Diverse Worker Populations (273A) and Principles & Methods of Epidemiology (N212C).
Associate Professor at UC San Francisco
Occupational & Environmental Health Nursing