Carlye Schulte, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Faculty Information


Dr. Carlye Schulte is a specialist in Hospital Medicine at the University of Washington Medical Center.

Dr. Schulte is a native Texan, who earned her bachelor's degree from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville and went on to earn her M.D. from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston- McGovern Medical School. She completed a combined residency program in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics from UTHSC at Houston- McGovern Medical School, and was a Chief resident for her residency program. Throughout residency and medical school, she was interested in global health, nutrition, health education, gastroenterology, and community health policy. She continued on as a clinical faculty in hospital medicine for the Internal Medicine and Pediatrics department, enjoying academic medicine and the active learning environment provided in the field. She was in this role for almost two years, prior to joining UWMC- Internal Medicine Dept, Division of Cardiology as a clinical faculty in hospital medicine.

Education & Training: 
Resident Physician Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
University of Texas
Houston, TX
University of Texas
Houston, TX
Bachelor of Science in Biology with Minors in Spanish and Chemistry
Sam Houston State University
Huntsville, TX
Assistant Professor- Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Hospitalist
Dept Emergency Medicine- Acute Care, UT Health Science Center at Houston
Houston, TX
UTHSCH Dept of Pediatrics- Resident Teaching Award
Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, Houston and Galveston Region
Equity Summer Research Fellowship, Oregon Health Science University
Ronald E. McNair Scholar, Sam Houston State University
Mailing Address: 

University of Washington Medical Center

1959 NE Pacific Street

Box 356422

Seattle, WA 98195-6422

Research & Clinical Interests
Research Interests: 
  • Nutrition
  • Quality improvement in hospital medicine practice
  • Liver disease
  • Global and community health
Clinical Interests: 
  • Nutritional effects on chronic disease states
  • Community health practices
  • Health policy
  • Hospital medicine