Dr. Lindstrom is the Senior Director of Academic Computing at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU), and an Assistant Professor in the department of Internal Medicine in the College of Medicine. He coordinates a wide variety of programs, develops and reports institutional data, and assists in academic program development and assessment. Dr. Lindstrom received his EdD from the Rossier School of Education at USC, with research focused on organizational change and equity. He received his BA degree in Anthropology (and a Minor in Russian Language) from the University of California, Berkeley, and his MA degree in Anthropology from the University of Chicago, where he did fieldwork in the Soviet Union. He was a fellow in the National Library of Medicine Medical Informatics course in 2001, and held a Drew/UCLA Medical Education Fellowship in 2001-2002. He has served at CDU since 2000 in many roles building and managing academic infrastructure including computer labs and clinical simulation facilities. His roles have included Director of Institutional Research & Effectiveness, and Chief Information Officer. He is also a successful grant writer, with over $50 million in federal grants and private grants to support research and educational programs at CDU. Prior to joining CDU, his experience includes more than 10 years developing and integrating information technology solutions for education and research in academic libraries. Additionally, he teaches Biostatistics and Research Methods for the MPH in Urban Health Disparities program at CDU.