Board of Directors

Diana Sandler, M.D.

Diana S. Sandler, M.D. - NPF Board of Directors

Diana S. Sandler, M.D. is a rheumatologist at NorthShore University and is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. She serves on multiple committees, including the NorthShore Arthritis Center, and the Bone Health Initiative of NorthShore, and previously she served on Physician Engagement and Quality committees. 

Dr. Sandler is passionate about patient education and integrative team approaches when it comes to caring for patients with multilevel disease. Likewise, she feels strongly that all members of the medical team must be educated and supported in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for the complex and often vulnerable community impacted by immune-mediated and autoimmune diseases. 

She has published and presented on diverse topics such as immunization rates in the immunocompromised, osteoporosis, and vasculitis. Dr. Sandler gives regular patient-oriented lectures regarding the varied types of arthritis and early signs of autoimmune disease in the community.

Dr. Sandler has been honored to serve as the NPF Honorary Medical Co-Chair for the 2021 and 2022 Chicago Team NPF Walk and was part of the NPF Gala Planning Committee in 2022. She was honored as the recipient of the NPF Provider of the Year in Rheumatology award at the 2023 Fleur de Cure Chicago.  

Dr. Sandler completed her medical training at Rush University in Chicago, her residency at the University of Chicago (NorthShore) program, and her fellowship at Northwestern University in Chicago. Dr. Sandler is a fellow of the American College of Rheumatology and is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. 

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