BS – Biology – Duke University, 2007
MD- Texas Tech University, 2012
Residency – University of North Carolina
After graduating with his Bachelor of Science in 2007, Dr. Baldwin worked for a year in research. He worked for Duke’s Surgery and Anesthesiology Departments conducting research to try to determine the effect of maternal MDMA use on fetal brain development and on the use of ethylnitrite as an insufflation agent for endoscopic surgeries. After a year in research, Dr. Baldwin attended Texas Tech University to complete his medical training. He graduated in 2012.
Dr. Baldwin was born and raised in Houston, Texas, but has called the Triangle home since college. He has spent time on both sides of 15-501, having attended Duke as an undergrad and UNC for his pediatric residency. You won’t see him, his wife Megan, or his twin girls Emma and Charlie cheering the Heels — they are a Blue Devil family. Dr. Baldwin considers himself a movie buff (he worked at Blockbuster in high school), and also enjoys jogging, biking, and swimming in his free time.
Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics
Member, North Carolina Pediatric Society