Dr. Lei graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a BA in biochemistry and was involved in the campus interview team and interned for undergraduate admissions. She subsequently matriculated to Case Western School of Medicine and was active for 2 years in the student admissions committee doing interviews and participating in applicant selection. Dr. Lei went on to complete her emergency medicine residency in Rochester New York where she also served as elected chief resident her third year. She is board certified in emergency medicine and currently serves as medical director and attending physician.
Washington University in St. Louis
Case Western School of Medicine
University of Rochester
Dr. Lei enjoys creative crafting endeavors and started a cold process soap company, L3Osoaps, in 2015. Her and her husband also make resin dice as their latest artistic venture!
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