- Ph.D. Biokinesiology University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, USA
Dissertation: The Influence of Hip Muscle Performance on Postural Stability & Ankle Joint Biomechanics: Implications for Ankle Injury - 2012
- M.S. Human Performance/Biomechanics. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA
Research focus: The Influence of Approach Distance on Knee Joint Mechanics during Side-Step Cutting in Persons with Reconstructed ACL - 2005
- B.S. Physical Therapy. National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan - 2001
- DPT 749 Applied Exercise Physiology
- DPT 791 Applied Research Statisitcs
The theme underlying Dr. Lee’s research is that knowledge about mechanisms of musculoskeletal injury will lead to development of effective treatment and prevention strategies. His investigations evaluate the biomechanics and neuromuscular control associated with human movement including the pathomechanics of orthopedic disabilities and issues related to rehabilitation medicine. Through this study, Dr. Lee’s goal is to improve the quality of life and physical performance for patients experiencing orthopedic and neurological conditions.
Dr. Lee’s current research includes: the influence of hip muscle performance on postural stability and lower extremity biomechanics, electromyographic activity of muscles during fatigue, and applied technologies to assess functions of the musculoskeletal system.