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Wendeline Jongenburger

Education

BBA, Economics & Finance
Baylor University

MBA, International Business
University of South Carolina

About

Wendeline Jongenburger is the assistant director for internal medicine specialities at Dell Medical School.

Jongenburger spent the first half of her career on Wall Street and in Madrid with Chase Manhattan Bank. Followed by forensic accounting consulting on plaintiff class-action fraud on the market cases, Jongenburger joined MD Anderson Cancer Center, where she developed the international patient program and built the global brand in care, research and education. At Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation in Dallas, she served as the vice president of all national affiliates, where she was responsible for implementing national strategy.

Jongenburger joined UT Southwestern Medical School in 2009 to build and implement the “Distinction in Global Health” curriculum and develop international research and educational partnerships. She left UTSW to join a biomedical company working on drug development utilizing innovative “glass mouse” technology and AI mathematical models. She then joined the Dell Medical School Department of Internal Medicine in September 2019.