Greg Schneider, MD, MLA

Associate Dean, Clinical Education; Medical Director, Roseman Medical Group; Professor, Clinical Sciences


  • MLA – Southern Methodist University
  • Residency – Family Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine
  • MD – University of Missouri School of Medicine
  • BA – Philosophy and Pre-med, University of Dallas


Gregory Schneider, MD, joined the Roseman University College of Medicine in late 2022.  A family physician, he serves as the medical director for Roseman Medical Group and as the Associate Dean for Clinical Education.  His primary responsibilities involve developing the clinical aspects of the curriculum, including clinical skills and population health.  Prior to moving to Las Vegas, Dr. Schneider was at the Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine in Miami.  There, his medical student teaching focused on clinical skills, ethics, and the social factors involved in health, in addition to practicing family medicine in underserved neighborhoods.

In over 20 years of teaching, he has taught undergraduate literature, philosophy, math, and science, earning tenure at a small liberal arts college; directed medical school courses from medical ethics to literature and medicine to community medicine; and trained family medicine residents in both inpatient and outpatient care.  Along the way, he has completed a Master of Liberal Arts degree at Southern Methodist University and a Professional Certificate in Screenwriting at the University of California-Los Angeles.

During every stage of his career, he has published on topics ranging from the doctor-patient relationship to strategies for addressing patients’ social needs and has received numerous teaching awards, from small group teaching to large group teaching to student mentorship.  He was twice honored with the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award from the Gold Humanism Honor Society and in 2020 was selected Exemplary Full-Time Educator of the Year by the Florida Academy of Family Physicians.


  • Population health
  • Clinical skills
  • Ethics
  • Health equity
  • Social and cultural drivers of health


  • Literature and Medicine
  • Medical Ethics and Ethical Decision-Making
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Population Health
  • Chronic Disease Management


  • Peer Reviewer, BMC Medical Education
  • Peer Reviewer, Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved
  • Peer Reviewer, Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
  • Member, AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium, American Medical Association


  • Class Agent, University of Missouri School of Medicine Alumni Association


  1. Mayhew M, Denton A, Kenney A, Fairclough J, Ojha A, Bhoite P, Hey MT, Seetharamaiah R, Shaffiey S, Schneider GW. Social deprivation, the Area Deprivation Index, and emergency department utilization within a community-based primary and preventive care program at a Florida medical school. J Public Health (Berl). Published online March 9, 2023. doi:10.1007/s10389-023-01871-y
  2. Meray V, Motorwala A, Sellers KP, Suarez A, Schneider GW. Telehealth Monitoring for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness During the Early COVID-19 Pandemic: An Innovative Clinical and Medical Education Model. Cureus. Published online November 15, 2022. doi:10.7759/cureus.31528
  3. Schneider GW, Lage O, Fairclough J, Raventos VD, De Los Santos M. The Brief Attitudes Survey for Interprofessional Collaborative Learning: The Design, Reliability, and Validation of a New Instrument. Cureus. Published online December 7, 2021. doi:10.7759/cureus.20238
  4. Garba NA, Anderson F, Schneider GW, et al. Caring for Vulnerable Communities in Miami Dade County during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 2021;32(2):598-606. doi:10.1353/hpu.2021.0088
  5. Bisschops J, Moulik S, Schneider GW. Improving Nutrition Education with Second-Year Medical Students: From Take-Home Assignment to Large-Group Application Exercise. MedSciEduc. 2021;31(4):1287-1290. doi:10.1007/s40670-021-01342-7
  6. Schneider GW. The toughness of a trailblazer: Daniel Hale Williams, MD. The Pharos. 2021.
  7. Oliveira JB, To L, De La Cruz Y, Schneider GW. Prompting a Fresh Start for Adults With Food Insecurity and Increased BMI: A Case Series of Four Patients in a Food Prescription Program. Cureus. Published online March 12, 2021. doi:10.7759/cureus.13857
  8. Lemus-Martinez SM, Weiler T, Schneider GW, Moulik S, Athauda G. “Teaching squares”: A grassroots approach to engaging medical educators in faculty development. Medical Teacher. 2021;43(8):910-911. doi:10.1080/0142159X.2021.1929903
  9. Stumbar SE, Bracho A, Schneider G, Samuels M, Gillis M. Narrative Medicine Rounds: Promoting Student Well-Being during the Third Year of Medical School. Southern Medical Journal. 2020;113(8):378-383. doi:10.14423/SMJ.0000000000001131
  10. Whisenant EB, Garba NA, Schneider GW, et al. The Community Engaged Physician: Teaching Social Accountability Through Interprofessional Teamwork and Service‐Learning. New Directions for Teaching and Learning. 2020;162:135-143. doi:10.1002/tl.20398

Last updated: 05/04/2023