Dr. Daniel Sterman | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dr. Daniel Sterman is a Mesothelioma Cancer Doctor at Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Dr. Daniel Sterman - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Dr. Sterman is the Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA. He is also the Clinical Director of the Thoracic Oncology Gene Therapy Program. His clinical interests include the treatment of thoracic malignancies as they apply to the development and implementation of new techniques in interventional pulmonology.

University of Pennsylvania Medical Center
Pulmonary, Allergy & Critical Care Division
3 Ravdin Building, Suite F
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104-4283
Phone: (215) 614-0984
Website: http://pennhealth.com/index.html  

Medical School: Cornell University Medical College
Internship: Beth Israel Hospital/Boston
Residency: University of Pennsylvania
Fellowship: University of Pennsylvania
Certification: Critical Care, 1998; Internal Medicine, 1992

Clinical Practices of the University of Pennsylvania

Special Interests:
bronchoscopy, cancer-lung, gene therapy mesothelioma, Penn Lung Center Physician, photodynamic therapy

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