Lorri A. Lee, MD, has recently been appointed to the Editorial Board of the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation. She has contributed a number of important articles to the APSF Newsletter and continues to be an important resource. Dr. Lee completed her anesthesiology training at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at that institution. She is a member of the ASA Closed Claims Project Committee, which studies adverse patient outcomes and liability associated with anesthesia. Recent investigations from this group have included complications associated with regional anesthesia, central lines, and chronic pain management. Dr. Lee’s primary area of interest is perioperative visual loss, and she is involved in both intraoperative and epidemiologic research focused on this topic. She is Director of the ASA Postoperative Visual Loss Registry, and a member of the newly formed ASA Perioperative Blindness Task Force. The APSF welcomes Dr. Lee to the Editorial Board.