Kristen Lee, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine. She received both her bachelor’s and medical degree in California, before moving to Atlanta to complete her first residency. Afterwards, she completed her second residency in Boston and was appointed as an Instructor at the medical school. Dr. Lee’s clinical work focuses on the care of patients with hepatitis C infection and HIV prevention. Her research interests include quality improvement in hepatitis C care in primary care setting. Dr. Lee currently serves as the medical director of the Adult Primary Care Hepatitis C Treatment Program at Boston Medical Center. She also regularly mentors students, gives lectures, and is involved in a study on lacosamide in the treatment of alcohol use disorder.
- University of California, San Diego, MD
- University of California, Los Angeles, BS
- Published on 4/25/2019
Graves SK, Augusto O, Viegas SO, Lederer P, David C, Lee K, Hassane A, Cossa A, Amade S, Peleve S, Zindoga P, Massawo L, Torriani FJ, Nunes EA. Tuberculosis infection risk, preventive therapy care cascade and incidence of tuberculosis disease in healthcare workers at Maputo Central Hospital. BMC Infect Dis. 2019 Apr 25; 19(1):346. PMID: 31023260.
- Published on 11/1/2018
Worcester, J., D’Afflitti, J., Pace, C., Lee, K., Lasser, K. Achieving Productivity Expectations among General Internal Medicine Clinicians at an Urban Safety-Net Academic Medical Center. The Journal of Medical Practice Management. 2018; 34(3):190-5.
- Published on 10/1/2018
D'Afflitti J, Lee K, Jacobs M, Pace C, Worcester J, Thornton S, Lasser KE. Improving Provider Experience and Increasing Patient Access Through Nurse Practitioner-Physician Primary Care Teams. J Ambul Care Manage. 2018 Oct/Dec; 41(4):308-313. PMID: 30148771.
- Published on 4/8/2015
Preziosi M, Zimba TF, Lee K, Tomas M, Kinlin S, Nhatave-Paiva C, Bene R, Paunde T, Lopes H, Kalkhoff S, Prathap V, Akrami K, Noormahomed EV, Schooley RT, Aronoff-Spencer E. A prospective observational study of bacteraemia in adults admitted to an urban Mozambican hospital. S Afr Med J. 2015 Apr 08; 105(5):370-4. PMID: 26242671.