Kum Ja Lee, PharmD
Assistant ProfessorClinical Pharmacy
- Parenteral drug compatibilities
- Pharmacokinetics of antibiotics
- Pharmacist's role in critical care pathways
- Pain management/palliative care
- Supportive care of hematology-oncology and stem-cell transplantation patients
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Kum Ja Lee is an assistant professor of clinical pharmacy at the USC School of Pharmacy. She currently provides patient care and clinical services to hematology-oncology patients at the USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Dr. Lee received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from USC in 1985. She then completed a residency in pharmacy practice at LAC/USC, joining the faculty of the USC School of Pharmacy in 1986. In 2001, she became a Board Certified Oncology Pharmacist. Dr. Lee provides lectures to third-year pharmacy students on lung cancer and on the organ toxicities of chemotherapy. She is a member of the Bone Marrow Transplant, BMT Critical Care Pathway and the Pain Management Committees at the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. She participated in developing the BMT critical pathways at the hospital.
Inagaki K,Takagi J,Lor E,Lee KJ,Nii L, Gill MA. Stability of Fluconazole in commonly used intravenous antibiotic solutions: Am J Hosp Pharm 50:1206-8,1993.
Lee KJ. Combined modality treatments for the locally advanced non-small cell lung cancer. Hospital Pharmacist Report: December 1998.
Lee KJ,Donatoni P. Pharmacists' role in the implementation of the allogeneic stem-cell transplantation. Poster at the USC School of Pharmacy Research Day, June 2004.