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Erin L. Giudice, MD, is the director of the pediatric residency program at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine.
Giudice received her BS from the University of Florida and then received her MD at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine. After completing her pediatric residency at the University of Maryland, she served as chief resident in pediatrics for two years. Giudice was the pediatric clerkship director and the associate program director for pediatrics for four years. She then took over as director of the pediatric residency program in 2006. In addition to her role with pediatric residents, she is involved in medical student education as an advisor for medical students entering pediatric residencies.
Giudice is a general pediatrician and works clinically on the general pediatric inpatient floor and in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) follow-up clinic. Her research interests are in graduate medical education, including curriculum development and professional development.
Giudice is a Harvard Macy Institute Scholar, having completed the 2015 Harvard Macy Institute Program for Educators in the Health Professions. Giudice has a leadership role as vice chair of the Faculty and Professional Development Task Force of the Association of Pediatric Program Directors, the national organization for Pediatric Residency Program leaders. In this role, she helps to run national professional development workshops for chief residents and faculty. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), holding a leadership role in the Maryland Chapter of the AAP as the co-facilitator for Community Access to Child Health (CATCH).