Department of Pharmacy Practice
Assistant Professor



Email: jiehyunle@pcom.edu
Office: 678-407-7368

Dr. Lee received his Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (B.S. Pharmacy) and Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) degrees from the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy. He then completed a specialty residency focusing on primary care/ambulatory care pharmacy practice at the Burgdorf Primary Care Clinic in Hartford, CT.

Dr. Lee is a board-certified ambulatory care pharmacist (BCACP) and certified anticoagulation care provider (CACP). He also obtained a medication therapy management (MTM) certificate from the American Pharmacists Association and a teaching and learning certificate from the University of Connecticut. His therapeutic interests are in the areas of outpatient ambulatory care/primary care focusing on cardiovascular disease, anticoagulation care and diabetes care management.

  • Education

    • Specialty Residency in Primary Care Pharmacy Practice at Burgdorf Primary Care Clinic, Hartford, CT
    • Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
  • Publications

    Insulin Therapy: Comprehensive Overview and New Concentrated Insulin Preparations presented at Hartford HealthCare East Region Diabetes Symposium for CME in April 2016

    Clinical Management of Outpatient Anticoagulation presented at CT Pharmacists Association conference for CE in February, 2015

    White CM, Lee J. MTM essentials for anticoagulant management in cardiovascular disease. Drug Topics. Sep 2014

    Baker WL, Lee J. MTM essentials for antiplatelet therapy in cardiovascular disease. Drug Topics. Jul 2014

    Lee J. Clinical Updates on Diabetes Care. Drug Topics. Jan 2014

    Lee J, Dang DK. Cushing syndrome. Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice Study Guide: a Case-Based Care Plan Approach, 3rd Edition. 2013

    Lee J, Dang DK. Macrovascular and microvascular complications of diabetes mellitus. Drug Topics. Jan 2013

    Lee J, Dang DK. Diabetes mellitus: pathophysiology, diagnosis, screening, and risk factors. Drug Topics. Sep 2012