M.D.: Baylor College of Medicine
Ph.D.: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Internship and Residency: Baylor College of Medicine
Post-doctoral Fellowship: Johns Hopkins University, Rheumatology
Dr. Sangeeta Sule is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics. She is a graduate of Baylor College of Medicine and received a PhD in Clinical Investigation from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Sule pursued internship and residency training in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Baylor and then undertook fellowship training in rheumatology at Johns Hopkins.
Dr. Sule is actively involved, as a clinician, educator and investigator in the care of pediatric patients with a range of rheumatologic diseases. Her research interest is primarily focused on pediatric lupus. Dr. Sule has established a cohort of patients with SLE and is studying, using a prospective cohort design, the association of measures of disease activity and damage with clinical outcomes.
In addition, Dr. Sule is pursuing new areas of research in pediatric rheumatology. She is currently studying the effects of diet and exercise on inflammation in pediatric rheumatic diseases. She has an ongoing trial of different exercise techniques in children with juvenile arthritis.