Dr. Percy Lee is a board-certified radiation oncologist based in Los Angeles, California. He graduated from the Harvard Medical School and then did his internship at the Massachusetts General Hospital. He pursued his residency in Radiation Oncology at the Stanford University. Dr. Lee has been practicing for about 20 years and is currently affiliated with the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica. He has also authored multiple research publications.
Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School
American Board of Radiology - Radiation Oncology
Influence of Fractionation Scheme and Tumor Location on Toxicities After Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy for Large (≥5 cm) Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: A Multi-institutional Analysis.
Verma, V.,Shostrom, V. K.,Zhen, W.,Zhang, M.,Braunstein, S. E.,Holland, J.,Hallemeier, C. L.,Harkenrider, M. M.,Iskhanian, A.,Jabbour, S. K.,Attia, A.,Lee, P.,Wang, K....; Int. J. Radiat. Oncol. Biol. Phys.. 2017 Mar 01.See more >>
Treatment trends for patients with brain metastases: Does practice reflect the data?
Sandler, K. A.,Shaverdian, N.,Cook, R. R.,Kishan, A. U.,King, C. R.,Yang, I.,Steinberg, M. L.,Lee, P.; Cancer. 2017 Feb 09.See more >>
Technical Note: Analysis of Motion Blurring Artifact in Fast Helical Free Breathing Thoracic CT Scans.
Low, D. A.,Yang, L.,Chen, J.,O'Connel, D.,Lewis, J. H.,Thomas, D. H.,Lee, P.; Med Phys. 2017 Feb 12.See more >>
American Society for Radiation Oncology