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Daniel Drozdov, MD, MSc


  • Clinical Immunodeficiency Fellow, Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute
I’m drawn to medicine by the opportunity to help patients and families and making a significant difference in their lives.

About

Biography

My specialty is clinical immunodeficiency and bone marrow transplantation. I was inspired to become a physician by my grandmother, who was a doctor. I’m drawn to medicine by the opportunity to help patients and families and making a significant difference in their lives. The potential to cure disease when no cure existed until a couple of years ago has also drawn me to this profession.

I’m also a researcher studying inborn errors of immunity, bone marrow transplantation for non-malignant diseases, and immune reconstitution after bone marrow transplantation. I became interested in research through collaboration with mentors in Switzerland and internationally. I want to improve outcomes of bone marrow transplantation in terms of survival, quality of life and a cure for underlying disease. My goal is to make bone marrow transplantation a safe procedure, bringing a cure to more and more patients who need it.