Associate Clinical Professor
University of Louisville
Dr. Le is an internationally recognized medical educator and physician executive. He possesses deep experience in medical communications, health informatics, and medical practice management. Dr. Le earned his medical degree at the University of California, San Francisco. He trained in internal medicine at Yale-New Haven Hospital and completed an allergy and immunology fellowship and a masters in health sciences at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Le has authored or edited over 40 textbooks including the First Aid for the Boards series. These books have been used by over 2 million physicians and medical students worldwide. He is also section chief of allergy and immunology in the University of Louisville Department of Medicine where he pursues his interests in asthma and medical education. He is currently Founder and Chief Education Officer of ScholarRx, a global platform for shared medical education, and serves on the Board of Trustees for Centre College of Kentucky.