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Lindsey Waldman, MD

Pediatric Endocrinology
Board Certifications:
American Board of Pediatrics- General Pediatrics
Areas of Clinical Interest:
Type 2 Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolic Syndrome, Turner Syndrome, Thyroid Disorders

Undergraduate - Cornell University (2004)
Medical School - Stony Brook School of Medicine (2010)
Residency - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (2013)
Fellowship - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (2016)

Awards & Recognition:

Blue Ribbon Winner, Medical Education Research Day at Mount Sinai (2016, 2015)
Pediatric Fellow of the Year (2015)
Registered Dietitian- Commission on Dietetic Registration (2005)

Clinic Locations: Ashburn, Fairfax

Keystone Publications:

Waldman L, Chia D.  Towards Identification of Molecular Mechanisms of Short Stature. International Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology, 2013.

Goldis M, Waldman L, Marginean O, Rosenber HK, Rapaport R.  Thyroid Imaging in Infants.  Endocrinol Metab Clin North Am. 2016.

Where did you grow up?
Atlanta, GA, Rockville, MD and Syosset, NY
Why did you become a doctor and why did you choose your specialty?
I was always interested in nutrition and the effects of food on the human body, which led me to become a registered dietitian. While working, I realized that I wanted to know more and decided that going to medical school was the next step for me.
How long have you practiced in the Washington, DC area and what do you like most about it?
I am new to the area and am excited to discover all of the great things here.
What do you most enjoy doing outside of your clinical practice, when you’re not working?
Spending time with my family and cooking.
Do you volunteer? If so, where?
Hoping to find opportunities.
Describe your proudest accomplishment as a provider and/or in your personal life:
I love being a mom to my daughter.
If you weren’t a doctor, what profession would you most likely be doing and why?
I would run a restaurant. I love trying new foods and eating out.
Personal Sketch:

1 - Children (daughter)