Robin Cuddy, M.D., M.P.H.
Georgetown University (M.D., 1983)
Johns Hopkins University (M.P.H., 1990)
Johns Hopkins University, EM (1986)
Johns Hopkins University, Preventive Medicine (2000)
Dr. Cuddy trained in Emergency Medicine and Preventive Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and studied Medical Acupuncture at UCLA and Mind Body Medicine and Food as Medicine at the Center for Mind Body Medicine in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Cuddy has also been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School where she served on the Educational Task Force on Addictions and was an Attending in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. While in Boston, Dr. Cuddy was on the staff at Boston Healthcare for the Homeless. She has also been on the staff at Healthcare for the Homeless in Baltimore.
Dr. Cuddy has taught “Mind Body Medicine Skills Group: Self-care for Future Physicians” for four years at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and has taught classes in Wellness at the B’more Clubhouse where she is on the Board of Directors. The B’more Clubhouse is modeled on Fountain House in New York City, which has provided transitional employment and educational opportunities to persons with mental illness for over fifty years.
Dr. Cuddy is a playwright whose plays have been seen in production and in readings in New York City and in Washington, D. C. and she was on the Board of Directors of the Artists Foundation in Boston, which advocated for artists in the greater Boston area.