MA, University of Pennsylvania, 1969
Lee Sensinger's (previously McCaffrey) current research focuses on a Tinnitus retraining therapy trial for military populations as well as Alzheimer's Disease anti -inflammatory prevention. She also is interested in clinical trials related to ocular and vision research. Prior to 2003, Lee McCaffrey was on the faculty of The Wilmer Clinical Trials and Biometry Division of the Ophthalmology Department in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She was Co-Principal Investigator of Quality of Life: The Collaborative Ocular Medanoma Study (a large multi-center clinical trial with sites in the U.S. and Canada), and served on the faculty of the Submacular Surgery Trials and Macular Photcoagulation Studies. Earlier in her career, she had an appointment in the Population and Family Health Sciences Department (previously the Population Dynamics Department) in the Bloomberg School of Public Health.