Elizabeth L. Maloney, MD

Advisory Board Chair of Montecalvo Education

Dr. Elizabeth L. Maloney is a Minnesota family physician. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School and its affiliated Family Medicine residency. In addition to her clinical experience, she has held several different physician-leadership positions during her career.

Dr. Maloney’s current focus is on tick borne diseases education and policy. She began providing comprehensive, evidence based, accredited continuing medical education courses for physicians in 2007 and subsequently became the founder and president of Partnership for Tick borne Diseases Education, a non profit organization providing online and live evidence based continuing medical education programming and materials on tick borne diseases for physicians and other healthcare professionals.  Dr. Maloney has also authored several peer reviewed papers on Lyme disease, including treatment guidelines. The hallmark of all of her work is that it represents a broad based and detailed evaluation of the evidence.

Dr. Maloney also acts as a consultant to government agencies and private organizations. She has served on 3 different subcommittees of the federally mandated Tick borne Diseases Working group and was selected to be a peer reviewer for the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. She has also provided testimony regarding tick borne disease to several state legislative committees. Dr. Maloney frequently speaks to the general public on tick-borne diseases, emphasizing the need for primary and secondary prevention. 

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