University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

Christine Seibert, MD

PROFESSOR (CHS)

GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE Faculty

HEALTH SCIENCES LEARNING CNT
750 HIGHLAND AVE
MADISON, WI 53705-2221

(608) 262-6746

EDUCATION

  • Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Illinois – MD
  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts – Residency in Internal Medicine
  • University of Wisconsin Madison – Fellowship in the Medical Education Development and Leadership (MEDAL) Art and Science of Teaching Program
  • Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts - Harvard Macy Institute Program for Medical Educators: Comprehensive Assessment in Health Science Education
  • Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine (ELAM) program at the Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Dr. Seibert is a faculty member in the Division of General Internal Medicine within the Department of Medicine. In addition to practicing medicine, Dr. Seibert serves as the Associate Dean of Medical Student Education and Services as part of the leadership of the School of Medicine and Public Health.  Her administrative leadership responsibilities include the areas of admissions, curriculum and student services as well as programs to train physicians to serve in rural and urban underserved areas. She also led an expansive curriculum transformation process to integrate public health training into the MD curriculum as well as the more recent, ambitious transition to the ForWard Curriculum.

CLINICAL SPECIALTIES

Dr. Seibert is board certified in Internal Medicine and maintains an active medical practice at UW-East Clinic where she sees patients with general medical problems.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Dr. Seibert has been principal investigator on several large educational awards with her most recent $2.4 million three-year grant focused on creating and enhancing curricular opportunities in community engagement, advocacy and health systems improvement for medical students.