Dr. Lee’s educational backgrounds include a BS Pharm from National Taiwan University, a MS in Chemistry from Auburn University and a PhD in Biopharmaceutics from the University of California, San Francisco. He was an assistant professor at the University of Florida and an associate professor at the University of Houston for nearly 10 years. A dedicated educator in research, teaching, and services, he mentored many graduate and undergraduate students in the capacity of an academic advisor. For more than a decade, he worked for the pharmaceutical industry at various ranks of progressive and challenging responsibilities. As a project team leader, he contributed to the successful launch of several new drug products in the market place. He is pleased to return to academia, where his first love was and is. Dr. Lee’s favorite teaching subjects include drug delivery systems, biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics. He aspires to be a resourceful career advisor to the doctoral pharmacy students. For research, he collaborated and consulted with industrial counterparts on clinical drug development, with focus on clinical pharmacology and regulatory affairs. Dr. Lee served on the University Committee for Faculty Advocacy and Promotion from 2009-2010. Since 2007, he has served as an advisor to the Scientific Board of Phytomedicals, Inc, in Princeton, New Jersey. Dr. Lee is an ad hoc member of several NIH grant review committees. He has authored over 50 refereed scientific publications, review articles and book chapters.