elizabeth

My husband Ken and I have been fortunate to make Chicagoland our home. We have enjoyed exploring the city since moving to Chicago from Cincinnati and I have enjoyed finding my professional home with Southwest Pediatrics. I have been honored with the ability to care for such wonderful children and families. My interests include injury prevention, menstrual problems, mental health concerns, healthy eating, exercise and sports injuries. When I am not at work, you’ll likely find me running with my golden lab, Sylar, playing volleyball and softball or watching my favorite teams play.

Educational History

M.D. University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

May 2010

B.A. Anthropology with Certificate Spanish Language, Princeton University

June 2006

Licensure – State of Illinios

Illinois Medical License

May 2013- Current

Certification

PALS

May 2012

NRP

May 2013

Board Certified

Dec 2013

Organizations

American Academy of Pediatrics
Alpha Omega Alpha

Training

Pediatric Residency, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center,
Cincinnati Ohio

June 2010- June 2013

Awards

Alpha Omega Alpha

inducted November 2009

Research Experience

Anthropology Department Senior Thesis: Hasta la condion parece urgente: Explaining the Difficulties Promoting
Health on New Jersey Migrant Farmworker Camps (April 2006)
Research w/ Professor Donald Light: Creation of Federally Qualified Health Centers Program in relation to Political
Milieu of Civil Rights Movement (June 2005- May 2006)
Research w/ Professor Donald Light: creating database to estimate cost of drug approval (Nov 2004- May 2005)

Grants/Fellowship

Urban Health Project, University of Cincinnati Urban Health Project: CCHMC working on creating medical legal partnership

June 2007-Aug 2007

Princeton University Class of 1969 Community Service Fund Scholarship: worked with El Comite de Apoyo de los Trabajadores Agricolas (migrant farmworker union) to increase access to migrant health clinics in Southern, NJ

June 2005-Aug 2005

Princeton University International Studies Grant to fund six weeks in Urubamba, Peru with ProWorld Service Corp;
site: El Ministerio de Salud; project: vaccination and fluoride treatment outreach

June 2004 – Aug 2004

Volunteer Experience

Camp Doctor, Camp Korelitz, American Diabetes Association

Aug 2012

Co- President DOC Talks (Doctor’s Ought to Care), student run organization that traveled to local schools to give talks on health related topics: diet, safe sex, bike and gun safety.

May 2007- May 2008