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Stephen Sauchi Lee

Associate Professor

University of Idaho

HQ Phone:  (208) 885-4000

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University of Idaho

875 Perimeter Drive

Moscow, Idaho,83844

United States

Company Description

About The University of Idaho: The University of Idaho is Idahos oldest public university and is one of only 72 land-grant research universities in the United States. From its residential campus in Moscow, UI serves the state of Idaho through educational cente...more

Background Information

Employment History

Radiologist

Radiology Partners Houston


Federal Councillor and Director

Australian Medical Association Limited


Visiting Associate Professor

The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Affiliations

Hong Kong College of Cardiology

Council Member


Education

Lee , MD


M.D.

University of Hong Kong , China


Ph.D.

Statistics

Florida State University


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Stephen Sauchi Lee ???
Associate Professor of Statistics Department of Statistics College of Science University of Idaho 375 S Line St Moscow, ID 83844-1104 (208) 885-7701 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.


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Stephen S. Lee
University of Idaho, USA stevel@uidaho.edu


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Stephen Sauchi Lee, Associate Professor of Statistics, Affiliated Professor of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Department of Statistics, College of Science, University of Idaho
Stephen Lee is an Associate Professor of Statistics at the University of Idaho. Dr. Lee received his Ph.D. in Statistics from Florida State University. He joined the Department of Statistics at the University of Idaho in 1993. He is a tenured Associate Professor of Statistics and an affiliated Professor of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Idaho. He is a researcher and consultant in the field of Statistics and Bioinformatics. His research projects are motivated by clients from the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology areas. He teaches a wide range of undergraduate and graduate statistics courses. His main research interests are multivariate and computational statistics, and pattern recognition methods from statistics and computer science. His grant-funded work includes development of a graduate Bayesian data analysis course (funded by the Maximum Entropy and Bayes Center at Boise ID), delivery of statistical evidence in an Idaho court (funded by the Idaho Potato Commission), statistical consultation in a contract with Schroeter, Goldmark, & Bender Company, and demonstration of the Enterprise Miner for data mining (SAS). His professional service includes membership on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Computational Bioscience, and referee for the Journal of American Statistical Association, Annals of Statistics, and Journal of Nonparametric Statistics. His professional memberships include the American Statistical Association, Mathematics Association of America, Biometric Society, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Royal Statistical Society, International Association for Statistical Computing, and Interface of Computing Science and Statistics. His publications are in the International Journal of Computational Science, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, Journal of Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, Journal of Computational Statistics, Journal of Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry, Journal of Applied Artificial Intelligence, Journal of Forest Science, Journal of Vaccine, Journal of Microbiology, Proceedings of the International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems, Proceedings of the International Conference on Communications, Internet and Information Technology, and Proceedings of the IEEE LCN Workshop on Network Security.


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Stephen Lee
Professor Stephen Lee Professor Stephen Lee AM is a Clinical Professor in Dermatology within Central and Concord Clinical Schools of the University of Sydney. He has been a clinical teacher for over 30 years. In Sydney he has been the Head of the Department of Dermatology at Concord Repatriation General Hospital since 1997 and a Visiting Dermatologist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital since 1981. In 2006 Professor Lee was appointed a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Sydney. Since 2002 Professor Lee has been a Federal Councillor and Director of the Australian Medical Association (AMA), and he has been the Dermatology Representative on the AMA Federal Council.


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Stephen Lee, an interventional radiologist, was the assistant surgeon.
Dr. Lee operated the laser lead extractor during the procedure. Surgery began at 1532, with purulence encountered in the pseudocapsule. The generator was explanted, and around 1655 problems began. There is a handwritten note at 1700 stating there was easy removal of A-lead, but there were problems with the V-lead (attached as an exhibit). Decedent had loss of blood pressure which improved with released traction, but then dropped again. The surgeons apparently attributed the drop in blood pressure to tugging on the lead (by Dr. Lee).


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