Ming Lee, MD
Ming Lee, MD is currently a third-year dermatology resident at Boston University. He received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College where he was a Presidential Scholar and the recipient of the John Zabriskie Senior Chemistry Prize. He received his medical degree from the Emory University School of Medicine, during which he also served as a visiting researcher at Stanford University under the guidance of Dr. Geoffrey Gurtner. He is globally interested in the intersection of information sciences and regenerative biology, and his current research utilizes single-cell transcriptional platforms in conjunction with informatics-driven approaches in order to discern the molecular basis of unique regenerative phenomena observed in nature. During residency, Ming has also served as an independent consultant and advisor for the biotech industry and is an accomplished saxophonist outside of medicine. Ming’s clinical interests include chronic wounds, scar revision, cutaneous oncology, and reconstructive surgery.