Daniel Ein

Daniel Ein

Title: Director, Division of Allergy
Company: George Washington University
Location: Washington DC, United States

Daniel Ein, Director of the Division of Allergy at George Washington University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in immunology and allergy medicine.

Equipped with a love of biology and encouragement from his father to pursue the field of medicine, Dr. Ein was first set on his path to becoming a doctor by earning a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University in 1959. He continued at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine to receive an MD in 1964. He continued with a fellowship at the National Cancer Institute, a residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and an internship at Bronx Municipal Hospital. After these roles, he joined the National Cancer Institution as a staff associate and then as a clinical associate. Around the same time, Dr. Ein provided his expertise as an assistant general for Massachusetts Hospital. In 1971, he accepted the role of Director of the Division of Allergy at George Washington University and has remained in this role ever since. He has also taught as a clinical professor at the university since 1984.

Dr. Ein has many career achievements throughout his decades of dedicated work. One of the achievements he is proudest of is the discovery of OZ factors on human immunoglobulin light chains. It is work like this that has earned him ranking among Castle Connolly’s Best Doctors lists on several occasions. In addition, Dr. Ein has received a Distinguished Fellow Award from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and Top Doctor ranking from US News and World Report. He has also served in a variety of membership positions with professional organizations such as the American College of Allergy, the Medical Society of the District of Columbia, the Greater Washington Allergy Society, the DC Academy of Medicine and the Jacobi Society of Washington.

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