Dr. Lee is a radiologist in the Breast Imaging department.
To provide empathetic, individualized, and evidence-based medical care to all patients.
Breast cancer screening, breast MRI, breast ultrasound, image-guided interventional breast procedures
- Professor, Radiology, University of Washington School of Medicine
- Medical Degree: Yale University
- Residency: Stanford University
- Fellowship: Iris Cantor Center for Breast Imaging at UCLA
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program
Christoph I. Lee, MD is a professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
He first decided to become a doctor in order “to impact individual lives for the better.” When it comes to caring for patients, his philosophy is to provide empathetic, individualized, and evidence-based medical care to all.
“I chose to work with cancer patients to be able to advocate for them during their most trying and vulnerable time periods in their lives,” he says.
As a breast imager, Dr. Lee’s research is focused on the clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness of emerging and advanced breast imaging technologies.
“In my lifetime, I hope to witness the discovery of more effective prevention measures for breast cancer as well as a more sensitive and specific screening study,” he says.
Outside of work, Dr. Lee enjoys spending quality time with his growing family.