Hanmin Lee, MD is a Professor and the Vice Chair of the Department of Surgery at UCSF and Surgeon-in- Chief of the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals. He is the inaugural recipient of the Michael R. Harrison
Endowed Chair of Pediatric and Fetal Surgery and the second director in the 30+ year history of the
UCSF Fetal Treatment Center, following Michael Harrison. An internationally recognized expert in minimally invasive pediatric and fetal surgery, Dr. Lee has described multiple innovative fetal surgery and minimally invasive pediatric surgery procedures. He has mentored over 20 trainees and junior faculty during his tenure at UCSF. He has been a principal investigator on several NIH-funded fetal surgery and pediatric surgical trials, and is currently the UCSF Principal Investigator on the NIH-funded Management of Myelomeningocele Study II. Dr. Lee leads the Surgical Innovations program at UCSF, a new initiative to support translation of novel medical device technologies by UCSF faculty and trainees into improvements in patient care.
Check out Dr. Hanmin Lee's presentation abstract here.