Sylk M. Sotto, EdD, MBA, MS
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Dr. Sotto is an Assistant Professor and serves as the Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs and Diversity in the Department of Medicine. Her scholarship and research centers on (in)equity in higher education and academic medicine. In addition, Dr. Sotto interests include faculty affairs and professional development, equity, inclusion and diversity, STEM and medical education, and leadership & administration. She also brings years of experience in higher education finance and administration, research administration, compliance, and ethics.
Dr. Sotto holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Colorado State University, a Masters in Business Administration; a Masters in Healthcare Leadership with a concentration in Health Policy, Law and Ethics; and a Doctorate in Higher Education from the University of Denver. Her dissertation focused on the experiences of underrepresented faculty in academic medicine, specifically in regards to socialization, mentoring, and professional development.
Publishes under: Sylk Sotto-Santiago. Available for speaking engagements.
EH 305 MDCO
Titles & Appointments
- Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs and Diversity
- Co-Chair, IU School of Medicine Diversity Council
- Affiliate Faculty, Indiana CTSI-Bioethics and Subject Advocacy Program
(In)equity in higher education and academic medicine, faculty affairs, professional and faculty development, equity, diversity and inclusion, underrepresentation in higher education and academic medicine, medical education (UME & GME), STEM education, research ethics, higher-ed administration and leadership.
Publishes under: Sylk Sotto-Santiago. (PubMed)
Microarray analysis of peripheral blood cells in pulmonary arterial hypertension, surrogate to biopsy.
Pulmonary prostacyclin synthase overexpression chemoprevents tobacco smoke lung carcinogenesis in mice.
Association of American Medical Colleges
Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)
POD Network: Professional and Organizational Development -Educational Development in Higher Education
American Educational Research Association