Lindsey Mahoney, MD

Position: PGY-4

Pronouns: she/her

Undergraduate: Georgetown University

Medical School: Georgetown University (AOA)

Lindsey grew up in Stoneham, MA.  After graduating from Stoneham High School, she attended Georgetown University, where she graduated summa cum laude with a BS in Human Science.  After college, Lindsey returned to Massachusetts and spent a year working as a research assistant at Boston Children’s Hospital.  Her projects focused on quality improvement in the care of children with disabilities and transitioning from pediatric to adult care in children with chronic health conditions.  Lindsey then returned to Georgetown for medical school, where she was involved in women’s health research and the Georgetown Student Mentorship Program.  She graduated as a member of AOA. 

Lindsey chose Brown for her Med-Peds training because of the warm, welcoming residents and faculty here, as well as the strong reputation of scholarship.  Additionally, she is thrilled to be back in New England, close to her family and friends.  Lindsey is interested in medical education and is an active mentor for Brown medical students as part of the doctoring curriculum.  She is also a member of the Pediatrics wellness committee and is currently focused on projects that enhance interdisciplinary relationships. 

In her free time, Lindsey enjoys cooking, trying new restaurants, watching any and all Boston sports, and spending time with her friends, family, husband, and cat, Nyx. 

Post-residency plans: Fellowship in Obstetric & Consultative Medicine, Brown University