Lindsay Sonstein, MD
Dr. Sonstein graduated from the UTMB School of Medicine in 2001, completed her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at UTMB. She then served as a chief resident and joined the UTMB Internal Medicine faculty in 2008 becoming actively involved as a clinician educator. Currently she serves as the clinical vice chair for inpatient affairs and program director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program. She has gained training in the field of health care quality by attending MD Anderson cancer center clinical safety, effectiveness course and AAMC teach for quality program. Her interests and current projects focus on quality of care, patient satisfaction, innovative health delivery systems and residency education.
She has been received numerous recognitions for her teaching and quality work including the Thayer Teaching Award and the Osler Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award and multiple awards for quality improvement work at the UT System Building Bridges conference. She is the Co-PI for a UT System health education grant focusing on a Train the Trainer Education model for quality improvement. In 2012, Dr. Sonstein was inducted into the Academy of Master Teachers. In 2018 she was inducted into the Academy of Master Clinicians.