Dr. Drinis received her undergraduate degree from Loyola University of Chicago; her medical doctorate degree from Rush Presbyterian St. Lukes University. She completed her surgical internship and urology residency at New York Medical College and a Genitourinary Reconstruction fellowship at Eastern Virgina Medical Center - Divine Tidewater Center for Genitourinary Reconstruction in Norfolk, Virginia.
Her interests are in urethral and pelvic floor reconstruction graft and flap harvesting, male and female urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse robotics for pelvic floor reconstruction, urodynamics, neuromodulation and artificial urinary sphincters and prosthesis, in addition to stone disease, lithotripsy and general urology.
Her personal interests are photography, cycling, gardening, music, animal rights and wildlife conservation.
Dr. Drinis is a member of several professional societies which include: