Dr Tao-Kwang Kevin Lee (Endocrinologist)

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Dr Kevin Lee is a Specialist Physician and Endocrinologist the Parkside Specialists clinic in Melbourne as well as Medical Researcher at Monash University.

His work in Endocrinology involves weight management, diabetes, thyroid disorders, menopausal symptoms, testosterone deficiency and pituitary disorders. He believes in holistic care and the biopsychosocial model that integrate s medication to mindfulness.

His PhD and current research examine the role of stress and its impact on metabolism with work that has been published in peer reviewed journals. His research has received multiple awards from the Endocrine Society of Australia, Royal Australasian College of Physicians and Diabetes Australia.

To balance his analytical side, Dr Lee enjoys being out in nature and gardening. Inspired by the Royal College of Physicians in London, he cultivates a herb and medicinal garden where plants that have had a significant healing properties and medical history are collected and studied.

Affiliated Clinics
Parkside Speclialists Clinic

Practice Locations


Parkside Specialist
Weekday: -

5/20 Commercial Road Melbourne VIC 3004
Melbourne 3004 
03 9088 6525
03 9088 6526


  • B-mode sonographic criteria for differential diagnosis of cervicofacial lymphadenopathy in cat-scratch disease and toxoplasmosis Gerd Jürgen Ridder, Carsten Christof Boedeker, Tao-Kwang Kevin Lee and Anna Sander. Head & Neck, Vol. 25, Issue 4, 306-312, April 2003
  • Corticotropin-independent macronodular adrenal hyperplasia associated with insulinoma Lee TK, Arnott RD, McLean CA, Serpell JW and Topliss DJ. Endocrine Practice, Vol. 17, Issue 3, e43-47 May 2011
  • Cardiac Metastasis from Thyroid Carcinoma Sarah R Catford, Kevin T Lee, Mark D Pace, Silvana F Marasco, Anthony Longano and Duncan J Topliss. Thyroid, Vol 21, Issue 8, July 2011
  • Post-prandial heat production in skeletal muscle is associated with altered mitochondrial function and altered futile calcium cycling Scott Clarke, Kevin Lee, Zane Andrews, Robert Bischof, Fahri Fahri, Roger Evans, Iain Clarke, and Belinda Henry American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 2012.
  • High Cortisol Responses Identify Propensity for Obesity that is Linked to Thermogenesis in Skeletal Muscle T. Kevin Lee, Iain J Clarke, Justin St. John, I. Ross Young, Brian L. Leury, Alexandra Rao, Zane B. Andrews and Belinda A Henry The FASEB Journal, 28, 35-44, 2014.
  • Stress Induced Behavioural and Metabolic Adaptations Lead to an Obesity-Prone Phenotype in ewes with Elevated Cortisol Responses. T. Kevin Lee, Caroline Lee, Robert Bischof, Gavin Lambert, Iain J Clarke and Belinda A Henry. Psychoneuroendocrinology 47: 166-177, 2014.
  • Harmonization Proposal for SynacthenTesting Based on A Cohort of over 1100 Tests and Literature Review: Kay Weng Choy, Nilika G Wijeratne, Kevin TK Lee, James CG Doery. Poster and Presentation at Clinical Pathology Conference, 2015.
  • Stress, Cortisol and Obesity: A Role for Cortisol Responsiveness in Identifying individuals Prone to Obesity. Sakda Hewagalamulage, Kevin Lee, Belinda Henry Domestic Animal Endocrinology 2016.
  • The Importance of Formal versus Informal Mindfulness practice for Enhancing Psychological Wellbeing and Study Engagement in Medical Student Cohort with a 5 week Mindfulness-based Lifestyle Program. Naomi Kakoschke, Craig Hassed, Richard Chambers, Kevin Lee PLOS One, October 2021
  • Are There Additional Adverse Effects of Testosterone Use Among Men Living with HIV? Data from the PUSH! Study Beng Eu, Joshua Dawe, Matthew Dunn, Kevin Lee, Normal Roth, Scott Griffiths, Mark Bloch, David Baker, Clara Soo, Fiona Bisshop and Mark Stoove, HIV Medicine, 2 July 2022.
  • Impact of Harm Reduction Practice on the Use of Non-prescribed Performance and Image Enhancing Drugs. Beng Eu, Joshua Dawe, Matthew Dunn, Kevin Lee, Scott Griffiths, Mark Bloch, David Baker, Clara Soo, Fiona Bisshop and Mark Stoove. Australian Journal of General Practice, Vol 54 (4) April 2023