Dr. Douglas Lee, MD
Dr. Lee graduated from East Carolina School of Medicine in Greenville, NC, where he also completed his internship and residency. During medical school, Dr. Lee spent a year conducting bench research as part of the Howard Hughes Research Scholars Program at National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. His fellowship was performed at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Lee is certified in Pulmonary Medicine, Sleep Medicine, and Critical Care. He practices at Wilmington Health, a multi-specialty clinic with integrated primary care providers, allowing for a comprehensive and coordinated approach to patient care. Dr. Lee is also Medical Director of the Wilmington Sleep Disorders Center and the Atlantic Sleep Center; he is Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, SEHAC, UNC School of Medicine.
Dr. Lee has been conducting research with PMG Research since 2008, and has been Principal Investigator on over 30 trials including but not limited to: COPD, Asthma, Sleep Apnea, DVT, Restless Leg Syndrome, Community Acquired Bacterial Pneumonia, Weight Loss, and Sepsis. Dr. Lee looks forward to his membership on the Medical Advisory Board in order to further clinical research as a care option for patients while elevating its value to the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.