Medical Director, UNC Lineberger Clinical Protocol Office
Chief Medical Officer, UNC Lineberger Clinical Research
Thoracic and Melanoma Oncology Programs, Phase I Clinical Trials and Trial Operations
Meet Carrie Lee
Area of Interest
Carrie Lee, MD, MPH is an associate professor in the Division of Oncology. As a medical oncologist, Lee’s clinical practice focuses on lung cancers and melanoma. She has broad experience with both novel and standard of care chemotherapy regimens. Lee serves as the medical director of UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Clinical Protocol Office. In this role, she oversees the clinical, regulatory, compliance, financial and data management for therapeutic clinical trials supported by UNC Lineberger. She is also the medical director of the N.C. Cancer Hospital’s Clinical Trials Unit where many of our patients are treated early phase clinical trials. Lee has a passion for providing compassionate oncology care, leading an excellent team of clinical trials staff, as well as advancing the science behind the development of new anti-cancer treatments.
Award and Honors
- UNC Health Care Caring Excellence Award, 2017, 2018, 2019
News and Stories
How to prepare for your first cancer appointment
UNC Lineberger's Carrie Lee, MD, MPH, shares how patients and their loved ones can prepare for their first appointment with an oncologist.
Internship focuses on building a more diverse, robust cancer research and care workforce
UNC Lineberger, North Carolina Central University develop internship program to promote students' interest in clinical research and cancer careers.