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Daniel Moore

  • MD, PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • Vanderbilt University
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Recent publications

  • Identification of a gene-expression predictor for diagnosis and personalized stratification of lupus patients

    • Ding Y
    • Li H
    • He X
    • et al.
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  • Supplementation of p40, a Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG-derived protein, in early life promotes epidermal growth factor receptor-dependent intestinal development and long-term health outcomes

    • Shen X
    • Liu L
    • Peek R
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Vanderbilt University

January 2012 - Present

Instructor in Pediatrics

Vanderbilt University

July 2010 - January 2012(2 years)

Fellow, Pediatric Endocrinology

Vanderbilt University

July 2007 - June 2010(3 years)


Fellow, Pediatric Endocrinology

Vanderbilt University

July 2004 - Present


University of Pennsylvania

August 1996 - May 2004(8 years)


Harvard University

August 1992 - June 1996(4 years)


Daniel was born and raised in Memphis, TN. From there he emigrated to Boston where he completed his undergraduate degree at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts concentrating in biochemical sciences. He continued his tour of the nation's oldest universities when he enrolled in both the medical and graduate schools of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. There he completed his M.D. as well as his Ph.D. in immunology; for the latter, his studies focused on understanding the development of Type 1 diabetes and on developing new approaches to prevent and cure this disease. In addition to his research focus on Type 1 Diabetes, Daniel also has his own personal history with this disease, having had diabetes himself for more than 30 years. He looks forward to combining cutting edge research in immunology with a personal understanding of this illness to provide outstanding care for patients with diabetes.

Co-authors (265)

  • Daniel Bowers
  • Seth Bordenstein
  • Evgeny Denisov