Dr. Lee attended the University of California, Davis for his BS in Neurobiology Physiology & Behavior before his time at the Western University of Health Sciences- College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, where earned his title of D.O. He then attended the Adult Psychiatry Residency Program at Kaiser Permanente, Fontana, before his Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric care at the University of California, Irvine.

He started his career working in adult inpatient and C&L psychiatry for Insight Virtual Group Practice, Kaiser Permanente, Canyon Ridge Hospital, Asana Integrative Medical Group, San Bernardino Community Hospital, and St. Bernardine Medical Center.

Dr. Lee has been Awarded the “Outstanding Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow of the Year 2019” by Dr. Joshi, M.D., Residency Training Director, as well as recognized for his “excellent contributions to medical student education” from medical student evaluation from UC Irvine.

He has completed several projects, published papers, and lectures over the years, including presenting two 120 minute lectures to the mental health staff of Children’s Hospital of Orange County with emphasis on neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism and ADHD.

His leadership roles in medical school include Regional Chair of CA, Psychiatry Student Interest Group Network (PsychSIGN), and Academic Liaison, Student Government Association.

Professional affiliations include

Member, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP)
Member, American Psychiatric Association (APA)
Member, Orange County Psychiatric Society (OCPS)

Dr. Lee’s other interests include playing guitar, piano, and trombone for church, rock band, and marching band. You may also catch Dr. Lee exploring the deep blue with his family of scuba divers, or perhaps on the dance floor with his newest swing dance routine. He also enjoys traveling, photography, Judo, and soccer.