Angelica M Lee
EducationFlorida International University
BS, Electrical Engineering
MS, Electrical Engineering
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Pennsylvania State Medical Center
Residency in Neurology
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
BiographyDr. Angelica Lee has been a faculty member of the USUHS since September of 2019.
Dr. Lee is a board-certified neurologist with background in both research and clinical specialization in Drug-Resistant Epilepsy. She has completed her fellowship in Epilepsy at the University of Pennsylvania where she participated in clinical and translational research funded by the American Epilepsy Society and her Neurology residency was completed at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. She has completed her medical training at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Along with her medical training, Dr. Lee is an Electrical Engineer with a B.S. And M.S. earned from the Florida International University. Dr. Lee currently serves as Neurology Associate Clerkship Director, Site-Clerkship Director, and an epileptologist specialist in the Department of Neurology at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Dr. Lee’s current research interest involves incorporating her electrical engineering background in the field of epilepsy.
Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments
Recipient of AES Research Training Fellowship for Clinicians 2019
FIU Latin American and Caribbean Center Scholarship (full tuition) 2005-2008
Khankhanian, Pouya, M. Lee, Angelica, N. Drees, Cornelia, M. Decker, Barbara, A. Becker, Danielle. Combined VNS-RNS Neuromodulation for Epilepsy, Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology: May 27, 2021 - Volume - Issue -doi: 10.1097/WNP.0000000000000870
Ibrahimi M, Nozaki H, Lee A, Onodera O, Reichwein R, Wicklund M, El-Ghanem M, A CARASIL Patient from Americas with Novel Mutation and Atypical Features: Case Presentation and Literature Review. Cerebrovasc Dis 2017;44:135-140
Jens, W., Strauss, S., Lee, A., Ahmed, A. “Imaging and EEG findings of Rare Heidenhain Variant of Creutzfeldt- Jakob Disease”. J Neurol Neurosurg 2(2): 115.