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Daniel J Lee

Daniel J Lee

Daniel J. Lee
Department of Behavioral Health
Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital
United States

Email: daniel.lee2@yahoo.com



Daniel Lee completed his bachelor’s degree at DeSales University with foci in biology, psychology, and neuroscience. In his spare time, Daniel competed as an amateur power lifter. He obtained a direct commission as a second lieutenant in the US Army and completed his doctorate of medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Dr. Lee was promoted to Captain and completed his residency in psychiatry at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. During residency, he developed keen interests in pharmacology, psychopharmacology, athletic and dietary supplements, research methodology, meta-analysis, bias in research, and PTSD. Dr. Lee is currently serving in his first duty assignment at Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital in Fort Polk, LA where he serves in the roles of staff psychiatrist, external behavioral health consultant for primary care, chief of the traumatic brain injury clinic, chief of the multi-disciplinary clinic, and deputy chair of committees dealing with management of polypharmacy, controlled substances, and psychoactive substances.


Research Interest

His research interests/areas of expertise include: military medicine, military psychiatry, pharmacologic treatments for treatment-refractory mood disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder screening and treatments, treatment-refractory posttraumatic stress disorder, psychoactive substances, drug-drug interactions, athletic supplements, weight loss supplements, energy supplements, bias assessment, meta-analysis, and research design