Lee Michels

Lee is a neuroradiologist, trained at the University of Washington and at UCLA.  Before retirement, he was President of Radiology Associates, CEO of Oregon Imaging Centers, and Sacred Heart Hospital Chief of Staff. He has been on the Leadership Council at the UO Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art for nine years and recently received its Gertrude Bass Warner Award for Service. Lee collects Japanese wood block prints, an interest that began during his service in the U.S. Navy, which included combat action as a medical officer. For fun, and to get outside, he enjoys fly fishing and working in his garden. Lee states that his curiosity about science and museums began in high school, when he spent two summer sessions at the OMSI-sponsored Camp Hancock (in what would become the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument). As a MAC member, he hopes to foster similar Oregon-based experiences for students.