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Dr. David Kidd has always enjoyed studying physiology. He uses this knowledge daily in his pulmonary critical care medicine practice to help his patients achieve relief and improve their respiratory health. 

He finds it gratifying to work closely with his patients and their families to help them understand, navigate, and overcome illness in both the clinic and intensive care unit. 

Outside of work, Dr. Kidd enjoys spending time with his wife and young daughter hiking, backpacking, camping, and gardening.


Fellowship, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine , Northwestern University McGaw Medical Center, 2020 – present 

Residency, Osler Internal Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 2020 

MD, Johns Hopkins University, 2017 

MPH, Johns Hopkins University, 2016 

BS, Biology, Summa Cum Laude, University of California, Los Angeles, 2012 


Critical Care Medicine 

Pulmonary Medicine 


Lwin, A., Lwin, T., Naing, P., Oo, Y., Kidd, D., Cerullo, M., Posen, J., Hlaing, K., Yenokyan, G., Thinn, K., Soe, Z., Stevens, K. (2018) Self-Directed Interactive Video-Based Instruction Versus Instructor-Led Teaching for Myanmar House Surgeons: A Randomized, Noninferiority Trial. Journal of Surgical Education, 75, 238-46. 

Lee, H., Yarmus, L., Kidd, D., Ortiz, R., Akulian, J., Gilbert, C., Hughes, A., Thompson, R., Arias, S., Feller-Kopman, D. (2014) Comparison of pleural pressure measuring instruments. Chest, 146, 1007-12.