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Chris T. Lee


Scott dos Santos Whiteley Clinic Research FellowChris graduated from a Master of Pharmacy degree at the University of Brighton in 2011 and qualified as a pharmacist in August 2012 following a year’s pre-registration training.

Chris is studying for a PhD at the University of Surrey under the supervision of Professor Jian-Mei Li and Mark Whiteley, investigating the biological effects of varicose vein treatment on the structure of veins. Current research is limited so this project has the potential to significantly improve understanding of this area and improve outcomes for patients.

Chris is also a keen sports fan and a strong interest in European history.

International Presentations as PhD Student

European Venous Forum – Paris – June 2014

Vein wall penetration of detergent sclerosants – An in vitro study using immunohistochemistry

CTD Lee, MS Whiteley, J-M Li

National Presentations as PhD Student

Venous Forum Annual Spring Meeting, Royal Society of Medicine – London, April 2014

Vein Wall Penetration of Detergent Sclerosants – An In-Vitro Study Using Immunohistochemistry

CTD Lee, MS Whiteley, J-M Li

National Research Presentations by Poster as PhD Student

Pharmacology 2013, British Pharmacological Society, London – July 2013, December 2013

Oxidative Stress and Pulmonary Endothelial Cell Death Associated with Varicose Vein Sclerotherapy: Potential Mechanism of Complications

Christopher T.D. Lee, Anna Mai, Mark S. Whiteley, Jian-Mei Li

Venous Forum Annual Spring Meeting, Royal Society of Medicine – London, April 2014

Endothelial Cell Death and Oxidative Stress in Human Pulmonary Microvascular Endothelial Cells and Murine Lung Preparations Following Sclerotherapy with Sodium Tetradecyl Sulphate and Polidocanol

CTD Lee, MS Whiteley, J-M Li

Regional Research Presentations by Poster as PhD Student

Festival of Research 2013, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey

In Vitro Investigation of the Effects of Sclerotherapy on Endothelial Cells

Christopher T.D. Lee, Anna Mai, Mark S. Whiteley, Jian-Mei Li