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Board-certified in Neurology, Dr. Albert Lee serves patients as President of Indiana Neurology Specialty Care in Lafayette, caring for individuals suffering from conditions, including vertigo, headaches, strokes, and epilepsy. He holds memberships in the Indiana State Medical Association and the London-based Royal… Read More
Board-certified in Neurology, Dr. Albert Lee serves patients as President of Indiana Neurology Specialty Care in Lafayette, caring for individuals suffering from conditions, including vertigo, headaches, strokes, and epilepsy. He holds memberships in the Indiana State Medical Association and the London-based Royal College of Physicians. Dr. Albert Lee received an America's Top Physicians award from 2006 to 2011.

Albert Lee, M.D. received a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from Queen’s University in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Among the top 10 students in his class, he published five papers and accepted awards during his second year of coursework. He went on to finish an internal medicine residency at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, New York, and a neurology residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He is a member of the Queen's University Alumni Association and the Mayo Clinic Alumni Association.

Completing additional training in Botox injection therapy, electromyography, and electroencephalography, Dr. Lee offers patients supplementary services, including acupuncture treatments and epidural administration. He conducts clinical research in his field and presents findings at national and international medical conferences. Holding a special interest in sleep and movement disorders, headaches, and multiple sclerosis, he publishes findings in academic journals. In 2008, his article, “The Current Role of Microsurgery for Posterior Circulation Aneurysms” was included in the journal Neurosurgery.

Committed to charitable endeavors and community service, Dr. Albert Lee treats patients who are not able to afford care and accepts referrals from local health clinics. He supports the Good News Mission and New Life Ministries International, Inc. Read Less
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