Dr. Lee is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UT Southwestern Medical Center of Dallas. He works as a hospitalist at Children’s Medical Center Dallas and is a member of the Infection Control, Health Information Management, Medical Advisory, and Medical Executive Committees. Dr. Lee received his M.D. from Temple University School of Medicine. He completed his internship and Pediatric residency training at Children’s Medical Center Dallas, University of Texas at Southwestern in 2004. He is a member of the American Medical Association and American Academy of Pediatrics. He is a past chair of the Committee on Child and Adolescent Health and currently serves on the Council on Health Promotion within the Texas Medical Association. He is an associate clerkship director for the Pediatrics rotation for UTSW medical students. He has particular interests in family centered rounds and non-traditional medical teams.
- Medical School
- Temple University School of Medicine (2001)
- Children's Medical Center (2002), Pediatrics
- Children's Medical Center (2004), Pediatrics
- Clinical Case Reports
- Family Centered Rounds
- Non-Traditional Medical Teams
- The Hybrid Hospitalist Teaching Service: An Innovative Model for Individualized Learning, Patient Case-Mix, and Medical Student and Resident Education.
- Lee BC, Flores G Clin Pediatr (Phila) 2011 Sep
- Index of suspicion.
- Lee B, Brown AG, Patel AM, Torok KS, Muhammad NA Pediatr Rev 2013 Nov 34 11 531-6
- Kikuchi-Fujimoto Disease: A 15-Year Analysis at a Children's Hospital in the United States.
- Lee BC, Patel R Clinical pediatrics 2012 Feb
- Index of suspicion.
- Liu H, Patel R, Lee B, Pernica JM, Goldfarb D, Harrison ME Pediatr Rev 2009 May 30 5 175-80
Honors & Awards
- Award for Excellence in Academic Medicine - Silver level Achievement
Awarded by Texas Medical Association (2013)
- Core Clerkship Teaching Award
Presented by Class of 2013 for Outstanding Teaching during the Pediatrics Clerkship (2012)
- Leadership Scholar
Texas Medical Association selects young physicians to participate in year long training program to develop leadership skills. (2011)
- Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) (2013)
- Academic Pediatric Association (APA) (2009)
- Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) (2007)
- Texas Medical Association (TMA) (2006)
- American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) (2001)
- Texas Pediatric Society (TPS) (2001)
- American Medical Association (AMA) (1997)