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Kristin Mondy, M.D.


University of Texas Southwestern


Residency, Internal Medicine
Washington University School of Medicine

Washington University School of Medicine


Kristin Mondy serves on a number of committees including the Dell Medical School Admission Selection Committee, the Resident Evaluation Committee and the Ascension Seton Family of Hospitals Institutional Review Board. She is chief of the Division of Infectious Disease in the Department of Internal Medicine at Dell Medical School. Mondy maintains active involvement in educational support such as postgraduate medical education and medical school didactic and small group teaching, as well as developing curriculum for a foundation of disease course.

With numerous peer-reviewed publications, she is an ad hoc reviewer for clinical infectious diseases. She frequently presents lectures, posters and abstracts, with the most recent example being a presentation at the Southwest Texas American College of Physicians Associated Program in 2016 on disseminated nocardioses associated with chronic steroid use and disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs. Mondy has a strong track record of excellence in the areas of research, clinical practice and education. Among her colleagues, she is known as an excellent clinician and a strong contributor to academic medicine.

Professional Affiliations
  • Dell Medical School City-Wide Infectious Diseases Case Conference
    Co-Chair, 2017
  • Travis County Medical Society
  • Travis Medical Association
  • HIV Medical Association
  • Infectious Diseases Society of America
Awards & Honors
  • Gold Team Excellence Award
    Ascension Seton Family of Hospitals, 2013
  • Gold Team Excellence Award
    Ascension Seton Family of Hospitals, 2012
  • Award for Outstanding Review
    Clinical Infectious Diseases, 2005