Andrew W. LeeMBBS, MPH
Andrew Lee is a stroke-trained neurologist and is currently the Regional Director of Stroke Medicine, Adelaide Health Service, Southern Cluster based at Flinders Medical Centre. He completed his medical training at the University of Adelaide and both an Internal Medicine and Neurology residency at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He continued on to a Stroke Research Fellowship in the Department of Cerebrovascular Neurology, at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Hospital under the mentorship of Professor Argye Hillis. He received a Masters of Public Health from the Bloomberg's School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University with a capstone project on the management of TIA. On returning to Adelaide he was awarded an NHMRC? NICS Fellowship to research more efficient ways of implementing thrombolysis in acute ischemic stroke. He has authored more than 20 articles on stroke-related topics and has an interest in retinovascular disorders as well as perfusing imaging and amyloid angiopathy. He is the current chair of the Australian Stroke Unit Network and chairs the education and workforce committee of the Australian Stroke Coalition.