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Bradford William Lee, MD, MSC

Healthcare Professional
Assistant Professor
Division of Ophthalmology
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
7101 Fairway Drive
Palm Beach Gardens
Miami, Florida, United States

Dr. Bradford Lee is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology in the Division of Ophthalmology at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute specializing in oculofacial plastic and reconstructive surgery. He is board certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. Dr. Bradford Lee graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard University with a degree in biochemical sciences and was recognized as a member of the USA TODAY All-USA College Academic Team. The recipient of Harvard’s Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship, he pursued a master’s degree in health policy, planning, and financing at the London School of Economics, where he graduated with high honors and was awarded the Brian Abel Smith Prize.

Dr. Lee has presented his research and taught courses at national and international meetings, including the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS), Vegas Cosmetic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery Forum, Ophthalmology Update, International Thyroid Eye Disease Society, Inter-American Course in Clinical Ophthalmology, and regional meetings in Asia, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and the Middle East. 

His clinical practice focuses on thyroid eye disease, cosmetic eyelid and facial surgery, reconstructive eyelid surgery, botulinum toxin and dermal fillers, and laser skin rejuvenation.


Representative Publications: 

Transcriptome Analysis of Orbital Adipose Tissue in Active Thyroid Eye Disease Using Next Generation RNA Sequencing Technology

The Effect of Prostaglandin Analogue Bimatoprost on Thyroid-Associated Orbitopathy

Re: “Stereotactic Navigation Improves Outcomes of Orbital Decompression Surgery for Thyroid Associated Orbitopathy”

Incidence of Diplopia After Division and Reattachment of the Inferior Oblique Muscle During Orbital Fracture Repair

Masquerading Orbital Sarcoidosis with Isolated Extraocular Muscle Involvement

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