Susan Lee MPH
PolicyLab doesn’t do its research in a vacuum. We actively partner and collaborate with different academic and community-based organizations to address policy issues that affect health inequities among marginalized adolescents.
Youth-friendly technology, such as smart phones and social media sites, can be used to help improve and promote HIV and STI prevention and treatment among adolescents. We are developing a variety of interventions that incorporate short message service (SMS), mobile application programs, and utilization of social media sites.
Susan S. Lee is a research program manager at PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and the Division of Adolescent Medicine. She has a background in adolescent health communication research across various risky behaviors and medias. Her current work is focused on the development of clinical, behavioral, health communication and technology, policy and community-engaged research to better understand and improve the health of adolescents at high risk for or living with HIV/AIDS and other marginalized youth including LGBTQ and homeless adolescents. She works with the Adolescent Initiative, an HIV prevention and treatment program, as well as the Craig-Dalsimer Division of Adolescent Medicine, and the Gender and Sexuality Clinic at CHOP. Susan earned a Masters of Public Health at Drexel University's School of Public Health.