Maureen O'Donnell, M.D., is a breast surgeon with the Sullivan Breast Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital and a clinical associate of the Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery-Breast Division. Dr. O'Donnell is a part of the Weekly Breast Tumor Conference at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Dr. O'Donnell has expertise in surgery of the breast, including surgical oncology techniques such as breast conserving surgery, nipple sparing and skin sparing mastectomy, and oncoplastic techniques. Dr. O'Donnell is also specialized in diagnosing and managing a wide spectrum of breast diseases, ranging from benign breast issues to breast cancer. She has a special interest in patients with a genetic predisposition to breast cancer.
Dr. O'Donnell earned her medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine and completed a surgical residency at Georgetown University Medical Center. She then completed a fellowship in breast surgical oncology at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Dr. O'Donnell is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, as well as a member of the John Carroll Society, where she previously chaired the Rose Mass Committee. She has participated in the Ride for Life Fundraiser and Sibley Memorial Hospital's Knowledge is Power: Breast Cancer seminars as well. Dr. O'Donnell was also an instructor for the Johns Hopkins Breast Disease Clinpath Conference.
Dr. O'Donnell has earned the Hugh H. Hussey Excellence in Teaching Award from Georgetown University Medical Center, as well as the Resident "Pearl" Teaching Award and the Pfizer Pharmaceutical Travel Award. She has also received the Attending Teaching Award from Inova Fairfax Hospital.
Dr. O'Donnell's research interests include gene mutations that predispose to breast cancer, as well as contralateral breast cancer risk. She has contributed to publications, presentations and book chapters.