Dr. Lee has practiced in the Seattle area since completing her Orthopaedic Surgery residency at the University of Washington in 2000. In 2008, she began doing hip arthroscopy under the guidance of former University of Washington Professor John M. Clark, MD, PhD. In 2011, Dr. Lee pursued fellowship training at Harvard University to gain experience in the open techniques of hip preservation surgery. She returned to Seattle in 2012 and has focused her practice on both open and arthroscopic management of FAI and dysplasia. Her research interests are in developmental and mechanical aspects of hip morphology. In March, 2017, she joined Dr. Mayo at the Wyss Hip and Pelvis Center to oversee the fellowship curriculum and develop an educational and research program.