Dr. Linda A. Baker

Dr. Linda A. Baker received her medical degree from University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.  She completed her urological surgery residency at University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia and fellowship training in pediatric urology at The Johns Hopkins Medical Institution in Baltimore, Maryland.

Dr. Baker is currently a Professor in the Department of Urology, Pediatric Division, and the Director of Pediatric Urology Research.  Her research interests consist of the causes and surgical reconstruction of complex congenital birth defects of the genitourinary tract, including intersex disorders; the causes and treatment of undescended testes; testicular torsion; hypospadias; as well as pediatric renal stone disease.  She runs an NIH-funded microbiology laboratory investigating congenital urological and urogenital anomalies.  Dr. Baker also holds secondary appointments at the Center for Human Genetics / McDermott Center for Human Growth & Development and the Charles and Jane Pak Center for Mineral Metabolism and Clinical Research. 

Dr. Baker and her husband, Ken, are the parents of two children, Amanda and Andrew, and have lived in the Southlake area for 14 years along with their two Irish Springer Spaniels. 

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