Elizabeth Lidinsky, M.D.
Medical School: University of Maryland School of Medicine
A little about myself. . .
I was born in Baltimore and grew up just outside Baltimore in Ruxton, MD. I was raised on Maryland crab cakes, the Orioles, and the Ravens (well, once they came to our great city). I went to Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA where I majored in Biochemistry and Poverty Studies. Through various volunteer and research opportunities I decided I wanted to attend medical school. I loved my four years of quiet, small town, southern living but was eager to return home to Baltimore.
I completed my medical school training at the University of Maryland School of Medicine where I tried to keep an open mind on which specialty I would pursue but everyone always knew my favorite was Pediatrics. I am thrilled to be staying at the University of Maryland Medical Center for residency. I look forward to spending three more years with the wonderful faculty and amazing residents in the Pediatric Department.
When I am not at work I enjoy playing in a touch football league with friends and love to run. I’ve run many cities and trails but my favorite place to run is along the harbor of Baltimore. If I’m not running, you can probably find me walking my two dogs around the neighborhood or enjoying an evening out with friends and family at Baltimore’s wonderful stadiums, restaurants, and events.