Cecilia Lee, M.D., is a board certified ophthalmologist at Harborview and a UW assistant professor of Ophthalmology.
Dr. Lee enjoys participating in patients’ healthcare by providing personalized, up-to-date medical care. She enjoys translating next-generation research tools in medical retina to the clinic and providing deeper insights in each patient’s care. Having grown up in Buenos Aires, she enjoys Latin American culture and is delighted to see Spanish-speaking patients in her clinic.
Dr. Lee earned her M.D. from Emory University, Atlanta. She is a clinician scientist and her research interests are focused in diseases of the retina and uveitis. She is dedicated in improving our knowledge on pathogens’ role in various ocular conditions and understanding the clinical outcome. She is also interested in using non-invasive imaging modalities to find new biomarkers to predict the outcomes of different retinal diseases.
Dr. Lee's pastimes include traveling, hiking, Crossfit, music and pottery.
Education and Training
Moorfields Eye Hospital
Washington University in St. Louis
Fellowship, 2013, Uveitis
Residency, 2012, Ophthalmology
Medical education, 2008
Ophthalmology, 2015, American Board of Ophthalmology