Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Lee

SOPHIA DO-HEE LEE, M.D., F.A.C.S

EDUCATION

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry 9/94 – 5/98 M.D.

Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA 9/90 – 5/94 B.A., Magna Cum Laude with Honors in Chemistry. Minor: Mathematics

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING

Medical College of Virginia Hospital/Virginia Commonwealth University 7/05 -6/06
Fellowship, Minimally Invasive Surgery

Medical College of Virginia Hospital/Virginia Commonwealth University 7/98 – 6/05
Internship & Residency, General Surgery

Medical College of Virginia Hospital/Virginia Commonwealth University 7/00 – 6/02
Research, Laboratory of Tissue Repair

APPOINTMENTS

Memorial Regional Medical Center, Mechanicsville, VA 10/09 – 9/19
Staff General Surgeon

Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center, San Jose, CA 8/08 – 8/09
Staff General Surgeon

Wayne State General Surgery Residency Program 8/07 – 7/08
Community Faculty

Oakwood Hospital and Medical Center, Dearborn, MI 7/06 – 7/08
Staff General Surgeon

CERTIFICATIONS & LICENSURE

Board certified, American Board of Surgery, Certificate No. 050793 Certified 2005
Recertified 2015

Virginia Board of Medicine, State License No 0101102658 Active

California Fluoroscopy X-ray Supervisor & Operator, Permit No RHC 167368 2008 – 2009

California Board of Medicine, State License No A104350 2008 – 2009

Michigan Board of Medicine, State License No 431087204 2006 – 2008

DEA Registration on file

MEMBERSHIP

Fellow, American College of Surgeons

Member, American Foregut Society

Member, Humera Surgical Society

Member, Medical Society of Virginia

Member, Society of Surgery of the Alimentary Tract (SSAT)

Member, Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES)

Surgeon of Excellence in Hernia Surgery, Surgical Review Corporation

Surgeon of Excellence in Robotic Surgery, Clinical Robotic Surgery Association

HONORS & AWARDS

Top Docs 2007
HOUR Detroit Magazine

Best Fellow 2006
Awarded by the Class of 2006, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine

Outstanding Resident Award 2004
Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons

David M. Hume Memorial Research Award 2001
Humera Surgical Society

Individual NRSA, GM20857 2001
National Institute of Health

Wound Healing Foundation Research Recognition Award 2001
The Wound Healing Foundation

Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation (PSEF) Research Fellowship 2001
Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation

Jeffress Research Grant 2000 & 2001
Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust

Institutional NRSA, T32 GM08695 2000
National Institute of Health

Medical Student Research Grant 1995
The American Pediatric Society & The Society for Pediatric Research

Congressman Frank Horton Scholarship 1994
Asian Pacific American Heritage Council

Phi Beta Kappa 1993
Wellesley College

Zimmermann Grant 1993
Wellesley College

PRESENTATIONS

American Society of Bariatric Surgery, June 2006 (Podium Presentation)
Selective, versus Routine, Upper G.I. series Leads to Equal Morbidity and Reduced Hospital Stay in

Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass Patients

The Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons, April 2006 (Poster Presentation)
Drain Amylase Levels Replacing Upper GI Series to Detect Anastomotic Leaks After Gastric Bypass Surgery

The Wound Healing Society, May 2002 (Podium Presentation)
Differential Effects of Transforming Growth Factor-1 and -3 on Regulation of Extracellular Matrix Associated Genes in Fetal Incisional Wound

American Pediatric Surgical Association, May 2002 (Poster Presentation)

The Role of Low-Bandwidth Telemedicine in Surgical Prescreening

American College of Surgeons, October 2001 (Podium Presentation)
The Role of G-Protein Dependent Signaling Pathways on Transforming Growth Factor-1 and 3 Induced

Expression of Connective Tissue Growth Factor Transcript Levels

The Wound Healing Society, May 2001 (Podium Presentation)
Differential Expression of Connective Tissue Growth Factor by Transforming Growth Factor- in Fibroblast Monolayer vs. Fibroblast-Populated Collagen Lattice

The Wound Healing Society, May 2001 (Podium Presentation)
Identification of Novel Genes Induced by Transforming Growth Factor- Using Subtractive Hybridization

Humera Surgical Society, April 2001 (Podium Presentation)
Differential Expression of Connective Tissue Growth Factor by Transforming Growth Factor- in Fibroblast Monolayer vs. Fibroblast-Populated Collagen Lattice

PUBLICATIONS

Lee, S.; Khouzam, M.; Kellum, J.; DeMaria, E.; Wolfe, L.; and Maher, J., Selective, versus Routine, Upper G.I. series Leads to Equal Morbidity and Reduced Hospital Stay in Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass Patients. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases. 2006, 2, 358

Lee, S.; Broderick, T.; Haynes, J.; Bagwell, C.; Doarn, C.; and Merrell, R., The Role of Low-Bandwidth Telemedicine in Surgical Prescreening. J Pediatr Surg. 2003, 9, 1281-1283

Lee, S.; Haynes, J.; Ward, S.; and Yager, D., Differential Effects of Transforming Growth Factor-1 and -3 on Regulation of Extracellular Matrix Associated Genes in Fetal Incisional Wound. Wound Rep. Reg. 2002, 10, A33.

Lee, S.; Haynes, J.; and Yager, D., The Role of G-Dependent Signaling Pathways on Transforming Growth Factor-1 and -3 Induced Expression of Connective Tissue Growth Factor. Surgical Forum 2001, LII, 544-546.

Lee, S.; Ward, S.; Haynes, J.; and Yager, D., Differential Expression of Connective Tissue Growth Factor by Transforming Growth Factor- in Fibroblast Monolayer vs. Fibroblast-Populated Collagen Lattice. Wound Rep. Reg. 2001, 9, 154.

Lee, S.; Yager, D.; Ward, S.; Cohen, I.; and Haynes J., Identification of Novel Genes Induced by Transforming Growth Factor- Using Subtractive Hybridization. Wound Rep. Reg. 2001, 9, 149.

Wang, X.; Lee, S.; and Peracchia, C., Molecular Domains Relevant for Chemical Gating in Gap Junction Channels Made of Connexin32. Molec. Biol. Cell 1996, 7, 462a.

Harris, T.; Lee, D.; Blumberg, M.; and Arumainayagam, C., Electron Induced Reactions in Methanol Untrathin Films Studied by Temperature-Programmed Desorption: A Useful Method to Study Radiation Chemistry. J. Chem. Phys. 1995, 99, 9530.

Gabrielle, F.; Cofferdams, G.J.; Lee, D.; Crush, A.; Termite, A.; Booker, S.; Kelly, N.C.; and Hamilton, D., Increased Risk of Thyroid and Pancreatic Carcinoma in Familial Adenomatous Polyposis. Gut 1993, 34, 1394.