Daniel Hindman, M.D., focuses primarily on elements of the built environment, such as housing, park access, transportation and greenspace, and their relationship to health. This work is closely connected with his active involvement in the local community. As a resident of West Baltimore, he has developed strong relationships with the community and local policymakers, allowing him to collaborate with them in evaluating and addressing barriers to health that are rooted in the built environment. These relationships, coupled with skills in communication, data analysis, research methodology, and public health, allow him to bring together both public health research and public health practice to serve the local community.
Dr. Hindman also has research interests in social disparities and medical education regarding telehealth, often acting as a collaborator to bring a focus on health equity. He completed medical school at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine before coming to Johns Hopkins for a residency in the Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Urban Health Program. He subsequently received an MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and completed a fellowship in General Internal Medicine at Johns Hopkins.