Jacqueline Lee, MD (she/her)
Undergraduate: University of Virginia
Medical School: University of Virginia School of Medicine
Jackie was born and raised in Northern Virginia. She attended college at the University of Virginia, where she pursued her interests in neurobiology, computer science, education, and the myriad of ways these disciplines intertwine. She graduated with a B.A. in Cognitive Science and spent a year working as an emergency department scribe at her local hospital back home before returning to Charlottesville for medical school. There, she fell in love with Pediatrics and sought out ways to combine this with her continued interest in education by co-leading her school’s Pediatrics Interest Group, hosting review sessions for clerkship students, and serving as a teaching assistant in the Microbes and Immune System preclinical curriculum. Heading to Providence for residency marks her biggest move thus far, but with such a welcoming and supportive group of co-residents, Rhode Island is feeling more and more like home every day! Outside of the hospital, Jackie can be found enjoying all of the classic grandma hobbies — knitting herself a new wardrobe, cozying up on the couch with a good book, and tending to her ever-expanding houseplant collection.