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Michael Corbin Lee, MD Assistant Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center


UTSW Physician Practicing at Children's Health

Board Certification American Board of Pediatrics
Languages Spoken: English


Michael Lee, M.D., is a primary care physician at Children’s Health. He helps train residents as a faculty member of the Continuity of Care Clinic at Children’s Health.

Dr. Lee earned his medical degree from UT Southwestern Medical School and completed his pediatrics residency training at Children's Medical Center Dallas.

Dr. Lee's clinical and research interests include MRSA infections, vaccinations, medical health disparities and bilingualism.

"I have always been amazed by the abilities of doctors to heal and treat medical illness," Dr. Lee says. "I knew right from the start that this was how I wanted to positively impact lives. Specifically, the little lives in pediatrics interest me most. I consider it a privilege and honor to participate in keeping children healthy as they grow throughout life."

In his free time, Dr. Lee enjoys spending time with his family, running and biking.

Education and Training

Education and Training

Medical School

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (1995)


Children's Medical Center Dallas (1996), Pediatrics


Children's Medical Center Dallas (1998), Pediatrics
Departments & Programs

Departments & Programs

General Pediatrics
Research & Publications

Research & Publications

Research Interests

  • General Pediatrics
  • Medical Student Education
  • MRSA Infections
  • Resident Education

Selected Publications

  • Disseminated Coxsackie A9 Infection Complicating Bone Marrow Transplantation, V Aquino, MD, R Farah, MD, M Lee, MD, E Sandler, MD Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 1996 11 1053-1054
  • "Management and outcome of children with skin and soft tissue abscesses caused by community acquired MRSA", M. Lee, M.D., A. Rios, M.D., M. Fonseca, M.D., A. Mejias, M.D., D. Cavouti, D.O., G. McCracken, Jr., M.D., R. Hardy, M.D. Pediatric Infectious Diseases Journal 2004 23( 2)