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Young Lee

Young Lee, PharmD

  • Assistant professor
Office Phone: 325-696-0449
Mail Address: 1718 Pine St
Abilene TX 79601-3044


Dr. Lee is an Assistant Professor of the Division of Adult Medicine in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy. After receiving her Pharm.D. degree from the Western University of Health Sciences College of Pharmacy in California, she completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at the University of Virginia Health System and a PGY2 Critical Care Residency at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center & North Texas VA Health System in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Lee practices in the Critical Care Unit at Hendric Medical Center, Abilene, TX. She teaches in the areas of Drug Information and infectious diseases and has precepted students and residents. Her research focus is on appropriate pharmacotherapy in special populations and anticoagulation managements.

Research Interests

Critical Care, Infectious Diseases

Teaching Interests

Infectious Diseases, Cultural Competency

Clinical Interests

Critical Care, Infectious Diseases

Selected Publications:

  • Lee YR, Tang K, Mani R. Linezolid for Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Pneumonia: The Impact of Obesity on Clinical Outcomes.. J Pharm Pharmaceutics 2016;3(2):1-6.
  • Vega JA, Lee YR, Danni M, Duong H. Monitoring enoxaparin with antifactor Xa levels in severe renal impairment.. J Pharma Care Health Sys 2016;3(2):161.
  • Lee YR, Wilson E, Pate P, Mnjoyan S. Dronedarone-induced pulmonary toxicity: A case report and literature review. J Hosp & Clin Pharm 2016;2(2):70-75.
  • Akundi S, Akundi S, Perry G, Fike DS, Mnjoyan S. Nephrotoxicity in recipients of vancomycin vs. vancomycin with vitamin C. Int J Med and Pharm. 2015;3(2):1-15.
  • Lee YR, McMahan D, McCall C, Perry GK. Complicated Intra-Abdominal Infections: The Old Antimicrobials and the New Players.. Drugs 2015;75(18):2097-117.