Shannon Lee, MD
Education: Albany Medical College, First Year Resident
Shannon grew up in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California, and received her BA in Psychology from University of California, Berkeley. While in college, Shannon worked in a clinical psychophysiology lab and volunteered at local homeless shelters and middle schools, which sparked her passion for addressing social determinants of health and socioeconomic barriers to care. After college, she worked as an Emergency Department Scribe before attending medical school at Albany Medical College in New York. As a medical student, she engaged with the local community through service programs, such as one that provided young adolescent mothers with community resources, classes, and mentorship. She also pursued a Distinction in Bioethics, where she learned more about bioethical principles and reproductive ethics. She fell in love with family medicine because of the longitudinal relationships she could build with patients and the broad scope of care that tend to both individual patients and the communities. She is very excited to train at BMC, where she could continue to pursue her passions of bioethics, reproductive justice, health equity, and community health. Outside of medicine, Shannon loves exploring new food and restaurants, spending time outside, traveling, golfing, going to coffee shops, watching TV, and spending time with friends and family.
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