Department of Medicine
Daniel Friedman’s academic focus is management of infectious diseases in immunocompromised hosts, particularly those following solid organ transplant or stem cell transplant, and in those with cancer. He is also interested in better identifying risk factors for fungal and mycobacterial infections after transplant and how to personalize preventative strategies.
His work has been published in Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Transplant Infectious Disease, American Journal of Transplantation, Clinical Infectious Diseases, and Journal of Fungi (Basel).
Friedman received his MD from the University of Alberta, where he also completed his residency in internal medicine, an MS degree in science, and a fellowship in infectious diseases. He finished a fellowship in transplant infectious diseases at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.