AMT Faculty Member


Marie Dawlett, MDAssociate Professor
Department of Pediatrics
John Sealy School of Medicine

Dr. Marie Dawlett is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics. She practices as a Pediatric Hospitalist and serves as the Pediatric Medical Director in the Clear Lake Campus. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Biochemistry and subsequently attended medical school and pediatrics residency at UTMB-Galveston. She serves on the Undergraduate Medical Education Committee in Pediatrics as well as course director for courses in the School of Medicine, including the Integrative Curriculum Evaluation Exercise and Pediatric Boot Camp. Dr. Dawlett's interests are improving the quality of care for hospitalized children through participation in American Academy of Pediatrics Quality initiatives, the integration of basic sciences and clinical sciences in medical school, and enhancing the clinical skills of medical students through the 4 years of medical school. She is the recipient of the Pediatric Educator Award for Excellence in Medical Student Education and a Scholars in Education scholar.

Dr. Dawlett was inducted into the Academy of Master Teachers in 2019.

Learner Types: JSSOM - Medical Students - Clinical Years, JSSOM - Residency/Fellowships, JSSOM - Medical Students - Pre-Clerkship.

Assessment of Learners: Clinical Skills Assessment, Standardized Patient Assessment , Observed Structured Clinical Evaluations (OSCE), Feedback to Learners, Remediation.

Assessment of Learners: Educator Portfolio. Curriculum: Curriculum Design.

Diversity Issues: Gender, LGBTQIA+, Race/Ethnicity.

Educational Leadership: Leadership Development.

Instructional Methods: Case Development, Case-Based Teaching, Clinical Teaching (Hospital or Clinic), Experiential Learning, Games for Teaching, Simulation-based Education.

Scholarship - Ed Research or Curriculum Innovation: Abstract Development.

Special Content: Interprofessional Education, Faculty Development - Teaching Skills, Professionalism.