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Daniel David Federman, MD (1928 – September 6, 2017) was an American endocrinologist and a Carl W. Walter Distinguished Professor of Medicine and the Dean for Medical Education at Harvard Medical School. He had helped change medical education at through its New Pathway curriculum around the early 1990s, and his work helped create the field of genetic endocrinology. He also worked for over thirty years from Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital, a Harvard teaching hospital in the Longwood Medical Area.
Daniel David Federman, American academic administrator, endocrinologist, educator. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine. Recipient Distinguished Educator Award, Endocrine Society, 1999, Abraham Flexner Award for Distinguished Service to Medical Education, Association American Medical Colleges, 2001. Intern Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1953-1954, resident in medicine, 1954-1955, fellow in medicine, 1958-1960
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Edward Rubenstein (left), with Ronald Levy and Bob Harrington at the 2016 Rubenstein Lecture. Remembering Edward Rubenstein. A native of Cincinnati, OH, Rubenstein attributed his interest in medicine to his pediatrician who administered care when he contracted polio at a young age. He attended the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and joined the Stanford community in 1955 as a clinical instructor after serving in the Korean War. During his tenure, he also acted as a clinical professor and associate dean for postgraduate medical education.