Anthony W. Lee

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Anthony W. Lee

Anthony W. Lee

M.D., F.A.C.S.

Licensure Information: Texas 2007 – #M7363

Board Certification: American Board of Neurological Surgery – 2013

Philippine Board of Neurological Surgery – 2002

Education, Internship & Residency

2008
NeuroEndovascular Fellow: Wayne State University, Michigan

2003
Spine Fellow: Wayne State University, Michigan

2004 – 2007
Residency in Neurosurgery: Wayne State University, Michigan

2006
Rotating Resident: Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio

2002
Observer: Duke University, Department of Neurological Surgery

1997 – 2001
Residency in Neurosurgery: University of the Philippines, Philippines

1995 – 1996
Internship: University of the Philippines, Philippines

1991 – 1996
Doctor of Medicine: University of the Philippines, Philippines

1987 – 1991
BS: University of the Philippines, Philippines
Major: Biology

Memberships/Affiliations

Member – Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Member(Provisional) – American Association of Neurological Surgeons
Diplomate – Philippine Board of Neurological Surgeons
Member – Philippine Medical Association

Awards Received

Undergraduate
Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science in Biology, University of the Philippines, Class 1991.

Medical School
Valedictorian, University of the Philippines College of Medicine, Class of 1996.
Cum laude, University of the Philippines College of Medicine, Class of 1996.
Seventh place, National Physician’s Licensure Examination, Professional Regulatory Commission, Republic of the Philippines, 1996.
First place, National Inter Medical School Quiz Contest, 1996.
First place, Physiology Research Contest, College of Medicine, University of the Philippines, 1993.
Second place, Biochemistry Research Contest, College of Medicine, University of the Philippines, 1993.

Internship
Most Outstanding Intern in Surgery, Philippine General Hospital-University of the Philippines, 1996.
Most Outstanding Intern in Internal Medicine, Philippine General Hospital-University of the Philippines, 1996.
Outstanding Intern in Obstetric and Gynecology, Philippine General Hospital – University of the Philippines, 1996.
Outstanding in Pediatrics, Philippine General Hospital – University of the Philippines, 1996.

Residency Training
Most Outstanding Physician’s Award, University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital for year 2001.
Sukarno Young Scientist Award, 9th Annual Association of South East Asian Nations(ASEAN) Congress of Neurological Surgery, 2000.
Second place, Philippine College of Surgeons, National Research Contest, 2000.
Second place, Academy of Filipino Neurosurgeons Research Contest, 1999 and 2000.

Research

Lee, A., Pilitsis JG. Spinal Cord Stimulation: indications and outcomes. Neurosurgical Focus. Dec 2006.

Lee, A.,Legaspi, G., Tigno, S., Ischemic Effects of Temporary Vessel

Occlusion in a Rat Model: Comparison between Continuous versus Intermittent Occlusion, Department of Physiology and Division of Neurological Surgery, University of the Philippines. (Unpublished)

Ninth Annual Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Congress of Neurological Surgery, 2000. 1st place.

Philippine College of Surgeons, National Research Contest, 2000, 2nd place.

Academy of Filipino Neurosurgeons Research Contest, 1999, 2nd place.

Lee, A., Tigno, S., Cranioplasty Performed with a Locally-made Bioceramic Material in Rats. Departments of Physiology and Division of Neurological Surgery, University of the Philippines. (Unpublished)

9th Annual Association of South East Asian Nations Congress of Neurological Surgery, 2000. 2nd

Academy of Filipino Neurosurgeons Research Contest, 2000. 2nd Place.

Lee, A., et. al. In Vivo Enhancement of Antibody Formation and In Vitro

Activation of Macrophage by Coconut Oil in Rodents. Department of Biochemistry, University of the Philippines. (Unpublished)

University of the Philippines College of Medicine Research Contest, 1993. 2nd place.

Lee, A., et al, The Nephrotoxicity of Inhaled Benzene, Toluene and Xylene in Sprague Dawley Rats. Department of Physiology, University of the Philippines.(Unpublished)

University of the Philippines College of Medicine Research Contest, 1993, 1st place.