Brenda Sandoval MD
Endocrinologist
Dr. Brenda Sandoval is originally from Honduras. She graduated from Rutgers University, New Brunswick campus in New Jersey where she obtained a double major in Biology and Spanish Literature in 2009. She then obtained her medical degree from Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in 2013. She subsequently completed a pre-internship year at New York Medical College in 2014. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at Grand Strand Medical Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in 2018. After completing her residency, she worked as a Hospitalist for one year at Grand Strand Medical Center where she had the opportunity to continue to work with residents. Dr. Sandoval then moved to Texas where she completed her Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism fellowship at the University of Texas Health Science Center - San Antonio in 2021; where she had the opportunity to work at the Audie l. Murphy Veterans Hospital. During fellowship she developed her own research project on Check Point inhibitors and Endocrinopathies in the Hispanic population. In addition, she actively participated in pituitary and osteoporosis pharmacy lectures for medical students at UT Health. Dr. Sandoval's interests include all aspects of Endocrinology including thyroid biopsies. She is an active member of the American College of Physicians, Texas Medical Association, American Thyroid Association and the Endocrine Society. Dr. Sandoval is a strong advocate for giving back to the community and has given educational diabetes lectures throughout her medical training to different audiences; this includes lectures to parents in public elementary schools in Passaic, New Jersey. She has also participated in missionary medical trips to Haiti and Guatemala. As a bilingual doctor she enjoys working in this diverse Houston community and providing the best care to her patients. In her free time Dr. Sandoval enjoys outdoor activities, dancing, playing tennis, painting with acrylic/oil, traveling and spending time with her family.