School of Nursing

Dr. Eunyoung Lee
Assoc Prof
Office: Waldron Hall 0333
Dr. Eunyoung Lee is an Associate Professor in Nursing, tenured in 2016 at Radford University. She completed her Ph.D. at the Univ. California, San Francisco in 2008 (major in Nursing, minor in Genetics at UCSF, and minor in Pain Management at University Washington). She has taught in higher education for 13 years. She has been a Fellow of the American Heart Association since 2013. She published approx 10 papers and approx 40 abstracts, which were presented at local, regional, state, national, and international conferences. Her program of scholarship is focused on (a) interprofessional education and practice through integrative medicine between traditional and oriental/alternative medicine, (b) innovative teaching pedagogies (e.g., Grand Round sessions, peer patient round table evaluation), etc, (c) transitional care from hospital to home, and (d) early detection of coronary artery disease through acoustic cardiography, ankle-brachial index, and p-terminal force (of Electrocardiology), (e) evidence-based practice to improve heart disease management through the deeper understanding the correlation with other disease and heart disease (e.g., Ankle-Brachial Index Score and CAD, sleep apnea and a-fib, etc.) She has been a licensed nurse practitioner since 2007 and has practiced as an acute and primary, and family nurse practitioner in internal medicine and cardiology in hospital settings, clinics, and long-term care facilities. She has been in several leadership positions which include the vice-president at Epsilon Psi Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau, International, Honor Society of Nursing (2012-2017), several committees in the American Heart Association and American Heart Association Position Statement Group for Transitional Care for Heart Failure (2012-2015), and a family nurse practitioner coordinator at the School of Nursing, Radford University (2017-2022).