Lee received his B.A. from University of Rochester and his Doctor of Medicine degree from Case Western Reserve University. He began his training in Urology at the Cleveland Clinic and completed his residency and extended his training to do a research fellowship in Urologic Oncology, followed by an additional fellowship in advanced urologic laparoscopy and endourology. Lee then joined the faculty at University Hospitals, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, as the Director of the Center for Urologic Oncology & Minimally Invasive Therapies and the Co-Director of the Institute for Surgery and Innovation.
Lee has received numerous accolades for this charity work with MedWish, including U.S. Congressional Recognition, Crains Forty under Forty, as one of Northeast Ohio’s most influential people under the age of 40, Cleveland Upstander: Portraits of Courage, as well as being the recipient of the Golden Doc Award, from the Arnold P. Gold Foundation. Lee also serves as a founding board member of MedWorks. Lee and his wife Monica and their three children, Ilan, Eric, and Maiya reside in Moreland Hills, Ohio.
From the humble start in Dr. Ponsky’s parents’ garage to its current location at the Cleveland Clinic Parker Building, MedWish International has greatly expanded its operations, offering more supplies, hope, and healing to those in need in developing countries.
In celebration of the 20 Year Anniversary of the founding of MedWish, we’ll be posting a photo each
The weather is heating up and so are the orders at MedWish! Help us sort, quality-check and pack
Earlier this year, employees of local law firm Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy spent their Saturday volunteering at