College of Medicine


Dr. Shaina (Joohyun) Lee is a gynecologic oncologist at the Allan Blair Cancer Centre. She has been in full time clinical practice since July 2019 after she completed Fellowship training in gynecologic oncology at the University of British Columbia. She obtained a BSc at the University of British Columbia and MD at the University of Calgary in 2012. She completed her residency in OBGYN at the University of British Columbia. She recently obtained her Master of Public Health (MPH) at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health. She joined the gynecologic oncology team in Regina in 2019 to serve the women of Southern Saskatchewan.

Her interest is in managing all types of gynecological cancers including, uterine, ovarian, cervical, GTN and vulvar cancers. She has a special interest in knowledge translation and improvement for the public and allied healthcare professionals in her field of expertise. She has done numerous teaching seminars for the public on gynecological cancers, and recently acted as one of the panels for the “Ask the expert” session during the 2020 Ovarian Cancer Canada National Symposium, and did a lecture on gynecological cancers during the 2020 Calgary Korean Health Fair. She is planning on making educational materials on gynecological cancers for the family physician in Saskatchewan as well. 

She is actively involved in resident and medical student teaching in the university of Saskatchewan. She supervised a medical student for a Dean’s research project in 2020. Her research interests are in qualitative studies in gynecological oncology, quality improvement and clinical trials. She led the revamping of pre-operative and post-operative preprinted orders for gynecological surgical patients to best follow the principle of Early Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) protocol in Regina and introduced the usage of sentinel lymph node algorithm for endometrial and cervical cancer patients in Regina when she arrived in 2019. She looks forward to continuing exciting research projects that will engage women of Southern Saskatchewan and improve the care of women with gynecological cancers in our community.