Clinical Researcher, Allergic Diseases
Silver Spring, MD
Born: Brooklyn, NY
Family: Married with five children
Attended Machon Shlomo: 1984-1986
Professional History: BS Biomedical Engineering; Research Johns Hopkins Medical School; Pediatric Residency MetroHealth Medical Center ’95-’98; Allergy Immunology Fellowship National Institutes of Health, ‘98-2000; Research Fellow NIH’00-’02; Staff Clinician NIH ’02- present
Secular Education: Tulane University, 1984; Sackler School of Medicine 1995
Communal Jewish Activities: NIH Minyon (founder); Kollel Dirshu Silver Spring (founder); Ashira Orchestra (guitarist)
Interesting Facts: My two roommates at Machon Shlomo and myself all played the French Horn in High School
Hobbies: My two roommates at Machon Shlomo and myself all played the French Horn in High School
Why I chose to attend Machon Shlomo: There were great guys, and as I learned later, super rabbis. It was (and still is) a small and serious place.
How my experience at Machon Shlomo has enhanced my life: The Torah guides me toward a life that is truthful and fulfilling. Everyday that I am alive I aim that these concepts become more and more actualized.