Han S. Lee, MD, PhD
Research and Clinical Interests
My clinical activities include general surgical pathology and cytopathology practice at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center. My subspecialty interest is in neuropathology, and I contribute to the surgical neuropathology, muscle/nerve biopsy and autopsy neuropathology services at both Moffitt-Long hospital and the VA Medical Center.
My research interests include identifying markers useful for the diagnosis of certain skeletal muscle diseases, such as those involving autophagic vacuoles. I am also interested in studying potential modifiers of neurodegenerative disease using archival human tissues.
- Lee HS, Nelms JL, Nguyen M, Silver R, Lehman MN. The eye is necessary for a circadian rhythm in the suprachiasmatic nucleus. Nat Neurosci 6:111-112, 2003.
- Ramachandran R, Lee HS, Matthews B, Shatzel A, Tihan T. Intradural extramedullary leptomeningeal hemangioblastomatosis and paraneoplastic limbic encephalitis diagnosed at autopsy: an unlikely pair. Arch Pathol Lab Med 132:104-108, 2008.
- Irodenko V, Lee HS, DeArmond S, Layzer R. Adult nemaline myopathy with trabecular muscle fibers. Muscle Nerv 39:871-875, 2009
- Layzer, R, Lee HS, Margeta M. Dermatomyositis with inclusion body pathology. Muscle Nerv 40:469-471, 2009.
- Su X, Kells AP, Huang EJ, Lee HS, Hadaczek P, Beyer J, Bringas J, Pivirotto P, Penticuff J, Eberling J, Federoff HJ, Forsayeth J, Bankiewicz KS. Safety evaluation of AAV2-GDNF gene transfer into the dopaminergic nigrostriatal pathway in aged and Parkinsoniam rhesus monkeys. Hum Gene Ther 20:1627-1640, 2009.
- 2008: Resident teaching award. UCSF Department of Pathology
- 2010: Resident teaching award. UCSF Department of Pathology
- Assistant Professor
- See UCSF Directory
- Han S. Lee, MD, PhD
- Pathgology, Box VAMC 113B
- 4150 Clement Street, Room 355A
- San Francisco, CA 94143
- Veterans Affairs Medical Center