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David L. Perkins , MD, PhD

Professor of Medicine and Surgery
Office Phone: 312-413-3382Clinical Phone: 312-996-8330 Lab Website: Lab Website
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Biographical Info

Education History

Medical School:Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Residency: Montefiore Hospital and Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Fellowship: Boston University

List Accomplishments/Awards/Honor 

Honors (Selected)
1998 Arthritis Foundation Investigator
2000 Chair, ASN, Abstract Committee
2001 Chair, AST, Transplantation Educational Forum
2002 Harvard Medical School, Class of 2005 Best Tutor nomination
2006 Reviewer, NIH SEP, Systems Biology
2007 American Society of Transplantation Featured Investigator
2007 Canadian Foundation for Innovation, Scientific Review Committee
2007 ASN Grant Review Committee
2008 ASN Grant Review Committee (Scholar Awards)
2008 NIH Renal & Urological Sciences Study Section (RUS-F)
2010 Ad hoc reviewer, NIH Transplantation, Tolerance, and Tumor Immunology Study Section (TTT)
2010 Ad hoc reviewer, NIH SBIR-STTR
2011- Permanent member, NIH Transplantation, Tolerance, and Tumor Immunology Study Section (TTT)

Categories: DOM – Nephrology – Faculty
Updated 7 months ago.

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David L. Perkins , MD, PhD

Professor of Medicine and Surgery
Office Phone: 312-413-3382Clinical Phone: 312-996-8330 Lab Website: Lab Website
Photo of David L. Perkins , MD, PhD

Biographical Info

Education History

Medical School:Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Residency: Montefiore Hospital and Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Fellowship: Boston University

List Accomplishments/Awards/Honor 

Honors (Selected)
1998 Arthritis Foundation Investigator
2000 Chair, ASN, Abstract Committee
2001 Chair, AST, Transplantation Educational Forum
2002 Harvard Medical School, Class of 2005 Best Tutor nomination
2006 Reviewer, NIH SEP, Systems Biology
2007 American Society of Transplantation Featured Investigator
2007 Canadian Foundation for Innovation, Scientific Review Committee
2007 ASN Grant Review Committee
2008 ASN Grant Review Committee (Scholar Awards)
2008 NIH Renal & Urological Sciences Study Section (RUS-F)
2010 Ad hoc reviewer, NIH Transplantation, Tolerance, and Tumor Immunology Study Section (TTT)
2010 Ad hoc reviewer, NIH SBIR-STTR
2011- Permanent member, NIH Transplantation, Tolerance, and Tumor Immunology Study Section (TTT)

Categories: DOM – Nephrology – Faculty
Updated 7 months ago.

Staff

David L. Perkins , MD, PhD

Professor of Medicine and Surgery
Office Phone: 312-413-3382Clinical Phone: 312-996-8330 Lab Website: Lab Website
Photo of David L. Perkins , MD, PhD

Biographical Info

Education History

Medical School:Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Residency: Montefiore Hospital and Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Fellowship: Boston University

List Accomplishments/Awards/Honor 

Honors (Selected)
1998 Arthritis Foundation Investigator
2000 Chair, ASN, Abstract Committee
2001 Chair, AST, Transplantation Educational Forum
2002 Harvard Medical School, Class of 2005 Best Tutor nomination
2006 Reviewer, NIH SEP, Systems Biology
2007 American Society of Transplantation Featured Investigator
2007 Canadian Foundation for Innovation, Scientific Review Committee
2007 ASN Grant Review Committee
2008 ASN Grant Review Committee (Scholar Awards)
2008 NIH Renal & Urological Sciences Study Section (RUS-F)
2010 Ad hoc reviewer, NIH Transplantation, Tolerance, and Tumor Immunology Study Section (TTT)
2010 Ad hoc reviewer, NIH SBIR-STTR
2011- Permanent member, NIH Transplantation, Tolerance, and Tumor Immunology Study Section (TTT)

Categories: DOM – Nephrology – Faculty
Updated 7 months ago.

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