Lindsey Ross, MD
Lindsey Ross, MD is a Neurosurgeon at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Throughout her career, she has been steadily dedicated to serving disadvantaged populations, mentoring underrepresented minority students, and working towards policy change to address the health needs of the most impoverished and underserved communities. She was tapped to serve as a White House Fellow for the Obama Administration in 2016. In this position she served as a Science and Health Policy Counselor for the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. During medical school, she was selected as a Denzel and Pauletta Washington Gifted Scholar in Neurosciences. Lindsey has enjoyed serving as a clinical leader for the Cedars-Sinai Health Equity Council and chair of the Diversity and Inclusion subcommittee for the Graduate Medical Education committee. Lindsey received a B.S. in Biological Sciences from Stanford University, a M.D. from David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and is currently completing a Master’s in health delivery science at Cedars-Sinai. Her RCMAR/CHIME supported research includes a mixed method study design to understand racial and ethnic inequities in Stroke management.
“Cedars-Sinai Stroke Program Pursuit of Equity.”