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Sherine E. Salib, M.D., FACP


University of Bristol in England

Royal College of Physicians in London, England


Residency, Internal Medicine
University of Texas Houston Health Science Center


Sherine Salib, M.D., works in both inpatient and outpatient settings, where she teaches residents and medical students. She graduated in 1993 from the University of Bristol Medical School, went on to become a Member of the Royal College of Physicians of London in 1996 and played a central role in building the curricula and school policies for Dell Medical School.

Salib serves on several national committees, including being elected as Council member of the Alliance of Academic Internal Medicine, and prior to that, serving on the national AAIM Program Planning Committee and the AAIM-CDIM USMLE Workgroup. Additionally, she serves as chair of the Dell Med Undergraduate Medical Education Curriculum Committee.

Salib’s peer-reviewed publications include articles describing innovative educational endeavors, workshops and curricula, including being a featured expert for a NEJM Group Open Forum, as well being featured as a content expert in the American College of Physicians’ IMPower project — ACP’s national resident communication and resources initiative. Additionally, she has served as an invited speaker at a national level, including presentations and workshops at Yale and the University of Pennsylvania.

Salib’s work has been recognized with many educational awards, including induction into the Dell Med Academy of Distinguished Educators, the Shine Academy of Distinguished Educators, induction into the national Gold Humanism Honor Society, as well as receiving the 2022 Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award. She is the recipient of the inaugural Internal Medicine Outstanding Educator of the Year Award and the UTMB “Top Doc” award, amongst others.

Professional Affiliations
  • American College of Physicians
  • Travis County Medical Society
  • Royal College of Physicians
  • Travis County Advisory Council
Awards & Honors
  • "Top Doc" Award
    University of Texas Medical Branch, 2016
  • Distinguished Educator of the Year Award
    University of Texas Medical Branch, 2016
  • Physician of the Month
    Ascension Seton Northwest Hospital, 2004
  • Fellow
    American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Patient Safety Teaching Champion Award
    Dell Medical School, 2018