Fu-Shing Lee, Ph.D.
Joined the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in August 2013 as a Research Assistant Professor. Dr. Lee earned his Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences from the National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan in 1977, where he also received his Masters of Science in Animal Breeding in 1979. He earned his PhD in Biostatistics and Systems Sciences from MUSC in 1987. Prior to joining the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Dr. Lee was a biostatistician in the hearing research group in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at MUSC for over 25 years. He collaborated with researchers and clinicians in a wide range of medical research topics from cryopreservation of animal tissue to ototoxicity in humans. His research interests include experimental design, multivariate and longitudinal statistical analysis. Outside of the academic field, Dr. Lee is also an active participant in the community. He and his wife volunteered to teach Chinese to second-generation Chinese-Americans for over 10 years, and help English-Chinese translation for the Chinese patients and immigrants who cannot speak English. Dr. Lee’s passions in life include helping others in need, healthy eating, exercise and folk dancing.