Dr. Ann Schroeder Lee CV

ANN SCHROEDER LEE   

EDUCATION

University of Texas At Houston Medical School, May 2003

Medical Doctor

Texas A&M University, May 1999

Bachelor of Arts, Biology; Minor Chemistry

RESIDENCY TRAINING

University of Texas at Houston Medical School, Department of Pediatrics

Chief Resident, June 2006 – June 2007

  • Supervise residents and medical students as acting attending at LBJ General Hospital general pediatric ward and newborn nursery
  • Liason between residents, faculty, staff, and outside resources
  • Facilitate and schedule morning report, grand rounds, case presentations, and educational conferences
  • Coordinate schedules, address needs of 90 residents at multiple facilities
  • Resident, June 2003 – May 2006
  • Residency Education Committee, 2005 – present
  • University of Texas at Houston Department of Pediatrics Admissions Committee, 2006 – present

COURSES AND WORKSHOPS

Co-facilitator, Residents as Teachers, Houston, Texas 2007

Leadership Skills Training Program for the Pediatric Chief Resident, Jacksonvillle, Florida, 2006

CERTIFICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

American Board of Pediatrics, 2007

Texas State Medial License [M5322], December 2006 – present

Pediatric Advanced Life Support, renewed October 2006

American Academy of Pediatrics, 2003 – present

Harris County Medical Society, 2003 – present

COMMUNITY SERVICE AND ACTIVITIES

Medical School

  • Counselor, Camp Ailihpomeh, camp for pediatric patients with  bleeding disorders
  • Representative, Admissions Committee
  • Mentor, S.M.I.L.E Program, coordinate activities for siblings of M.D. Anderson pediatric patients
  • Advisor, Master Advisory Group
  • Coordinator, Admissions Housing Committee

Undergraduate

  • Volunteer, Memorial Student Center Hospitality Committee
  • Volunteer, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center New Patient Registration
  • Volunteer, Children’s Assessment Center
  • Tutor, College Hills Elementary School
  • Health Insurance Advisory Committee, Student Government University Committees
  • Programs Committee, Honors Student Council

HONORS AND AWARDS

Residency

  • Best Resident Teacher in Pediatrics, voted from Graduating Medical Class UT-Houston, 2005
  • Best Resident Teacher in Pediatrics, voted from Graduating Medical Class UT-Houston, 2004
  • Excellence in Teaching Award, UT Center for Biomedical Research Summer Internship Program, 2005

Undergraduate/Medical School

  • Faculty Achievement Award for Outstanding Student in College of Science, 1999
  • Graduated magna cum laude, May 1999
  • Lechner Academic Scholarship, 1995-1999
  • Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society
  • Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Sociey
  • Golden Key National Honor Society
  • Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society

PUBLICATIONS

Zhao-Hui Song, Ann Schroeder. Ophthalmic Toxicology (George C. Y. Chiou, ed.), “Molecular basis of ophthalmic toxicology,” 6/1999. Volume: 2nd edition

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