Dr. Margaret Ikeda, M.D.


During college I worked in a research lab doing chromosome studies on leukemia patients.  I moved to Alaska and worked for a geneticist who was also a pediatrician, and then came east to attend medical school.  In my spare time I am a camp doctor at the Interlochen Arts Center in Michigan where I attended high school.  I also do travel medicine at my local health department.  I like to follow ice hockey and other winter sports.

  • Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • Residency Training: Yale University Hospital
  • Fellowship:  Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Yale
  • Board Certification:  Pediatrics DABP, FAAP (serving in the areas of Adoption and Foster Care Medicine, Infectious Diseases and Sports Medicine)