Minh-Phuong "Michelle" Le, MD
Assistant Professor / Clinical
Minh-Phuong (Michelle) T. Le is an Assistant Professor at UTHSA in the Division of General & Hospital Medicine. She received her MD from UT Health San Antonio, completed Residency and Chief Resident year at University of California Irvine and has been a Hospitalist for University Hospital since 2018. She was awarded UT Shine’s Health Science Education Small Grant in 2019. Dr. Le teaches our Ultrasound (US) Elective, Clinical Skills and IM Bootcamp courses. Her projects are Point-of-Care US Certification, Procedure Service and mentorship of medical students and residents.
- 2017 - Residency - Internal Medicine - University of California Irvine
- 2014 - MD - Medicine - The University of Texas Health at San Antonio
- 2009 - B.A. - Biology, Business Foundations Certification - The University of Texas at Austin
- 2017 - Internal Medicine Residency - University of California Irvine
Research & Grants
2011-2012: Assisted Dr. Schillerstrom to assess the relationship between neuropsychological screening instruments and performance-based functional tasks in elderly capacity assessments.
2007-2008: Conducted experiments under the guidance of Dr. John Wallingord with Xenopus to investigate the properties of Shroom proteins and presented results at weekly lab meetings.
Le MPT, Gulati R. Book Chapter: Cardiomyopathies and Myocarditis. Kochar’s Clinical Medicine for Students, 6th ed. Indianapolis, IN: I Universe; 2016.
Schillerstrom JE, Birkenfield EM, Yu AS, Le MPT, Goldstein DJ, Royall DR. 2013. Neuropsychological correlates of performance based functional status in elder Adult Protective Services referrals for capacity assessments. Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect. 25: 294-304.
Lee C, Le MP, Wallingford JB. 2009. The Shroom family proteins play broad roles in the morphogenesis of thickened epithelial sheets. Dev. Dyn. 238: 1480-1491.
Lee C, Le MP, Cannatella D, Wallingford JB. 2009. Changes in localization and expression levels of Shroom2 and spectrin contribute to variation in amphibian egg pigmentation patterns. Dev. Genes. Evol. 219: 319-330.
- 2017 - American Board of Internal Medicine