Mr. Lindstrom leads efforts to enhance institutional effectiveness through institutional research, program review, and infrastructure development. He has received over $40 million in successful endowment and grant awards to support academic effectiveness and infrastructure projects. Working with faculty he designed and built the Learning Resource Center and the Clinical Simulation Center, providing valuable teaching and learning spaces on campus. He has also played an active role in teaching a variety of topics in informatics to students and faculty, and co-developed a faculty development course in survey research. Mr. Lindstrom received his BA degree Anthropology in 1988 from the University of California, Berkeley, and his MA degree in 1991 at the University of Chicago. He was a fellow in the National Library of Medicine Medical Informatics course, held a Drew/UCLA Medical Education Fellowship, and is a past Chair of the Computer Resources in Medical Education of the AAMC Western Group on Educational Affairs. Prior to joining the University, his experience included more than 10 years in academic research libraries at the University of Chicago and the Getty Research Institute, where he focused on the development and integration of information technology for business processes, education and research.