Rosa Lee, M.D.
Community Health and Social Medicine
School of Biomedical Education
About Rosa Lee, M.D.
Rosa Lee joined the Sophie Davis Faculty in 2011. She is a physician who trained in Internal Medicine/Primary Care. Dr. Lee has worked as a clinician-educator at Rhode Island Hospital and most recently at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine where she has practiced as both an inpatient hospitalist and a primary care doctor. In both capacities, Dr. Lee has been a clinical teacher at the undergraduate and graduate medical levels. She was the Montefiore Medical Center site leader for the third year medicine clerkship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She has also been the creator and course director for a fourth year literature and medicine elective at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
B.A., 1996. Amherst College
M.D. 2000. Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Internal Medicine/Primary Care Residency, 2000-2003. University of California, San Francisco
- Humanities and medical education
- Early clinical experience and undergraduate medical education
- Professional identity formation in undergraduate medical education
Book Reviews and Chapters
Lee, R. “Approach to Low Back Pain.” Internal Medicine Essentials for Clerkship Students 2. ACP/CDIM. In press.
Lee, R., Grossman, P. “The Human Dimensions of Illness: A fourth year elective course in literature and medicine.” Davidoff Day. Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Bronx, NY. April, 2010.
Last Updated: 2/29/12