Division of Adolescent Medicine

Susan Lee

Susan Lee is the Project Manager in the division. Susan received her BA in Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania, and her MPH from Drexel University in 2015. She has a background in adolescent health communication research across various risky behaviors and medias. Susan was a Research Associate and Research Coordinator at the Annenberg Public Policy Center’s Adolescent Communication Institute prior to joining CHOP in 2011 as a Clinical Research Coordinator. Her current role involves managing various NIH and HRSA-funded studies focused on the development of clinical, behavioral, health communication and technology, policy and community-engaged research to better understand and improve the health of adolescents living with HIV/AIDS and other marginalized youth including LGBTQ and homeless adolescents. She has provided research support in grant submissions, IRB protocol/application submissions, data management and analyses, conference presentations, manuscript development, budget management, and managing pilot studies conducted by medical, nursing, and social work students. She also works with the Adolescent Initiative, an HIV prevention and treatment program, as well as PolicyLab, one of CHOP’s Centers of Emphasis.