Eunice Eunkyung Lee, PhD, RN
Adjunct Associate Professor
Department of Health Systems Science
UIC College of Nursing
845 South Damen Avenue (MC 802)
Chicago, IL 60612-7350
Research / Discovery
Health promotion and disease prevention among minority women, especially Asian and Korean American women, are the primary foci of Dr. Lee's research. Her research is also focused on measurement issues in terms of developing, revising, and testing instruments so that they will be culturally appropriate. She also has done research in several areas of gerontology, especially older persons with dementia and depression and their caregivers.
Teaching / Learning
Dr. Lee has three years of classroom teaching at the UIC College of Nursing. Currently, she leads the doctorate course, Models and Frameworks of Health Services Delivery and Health Promotion Behavior. She also has co-taught the Master's level research course for the past four years.
Service / Practice
Dr. Lee serves on several committees within the university community.
She and her husband have two children, ages 18 and 6. They especially enjoyed taking their children to various museums and parks. They are active in their church and enjoy traveling and gardening.
Current Research Projects: