Sonal Chandratre is an assistant professor of pediatric endocrinology in the United States. She also serves in various leadership roles in medical education at a well-recognized medical school campus. A practicing endocrinologist, she is the course director of Foundations of Clinical Medicine (first-year medical students) and founding director of Specialty Longitudinal Integrated Clinical Experience (second-year medical students), Acting Internships (third- and fourth-year medical students), and Medical Writing Elective. She is an innovator in clinical practice and medical education. An international speaker on a variety of subjects in medicine, healthcare, and medical education, she has represented physicians on various platforms, including radio and television. Dr. Chandratre has conducted numerous workshops in regional and national conferences on “How Do I Get Published Without Doing Research?” which has gained immense popularity. She enjoys medical writing and is always eager to collaborate on research and writing projects. She has mentored multiple students and junior faculty in writing manuscripts and has served various committees, including the American Board of Pediatrics, to improve medical education, faculty development, and patient care. Committed to providing the finest care to children, adolescents, and the youth, she continues to explore her varied research interests in pediatric endocrinology, medical education, faculty development, and healthcare.