Lawrence Steinman, MD

Multiple sclerosis specialist

Bio:   My research is in neuroimmunology. I attend on the inpatient service at LPCH.

Multiple Sclerosis Center

Professional Education

  • Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine (1980) CA
  • Residency: Stanford University School of Medicine (1974) CA
  • Fellowship: National Institutes of Health (1977) MD
  • Board Certification: Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (1984)
  • Fellowship: Weizmann Institute Of Science (1977) Israel
  • Internship: Stanford University School of Medicine (1974) CA
  • Medical Education: Harvard Medical School (1973) MA
  • MD, Harvard University, Neurochemistry (1973)

Honors & Awards

  • Sen. Jacob Javits Award, US Congress (1988-2002)
  • Friedrich Sasse Prize, Free Univ.of Berlin (1994)
  • John M. Dystel Prize, American Academy of Neurology and National MS Society (2004)
  • Honorary PhD, Hasselt University (2008)
  • Charcot Award for Lifetime Achievement in MS Research, Internation Federation of MS Societies (2011)
  • Anthony Cerami Award in Translational Medicine, Feinstein Institute and Molecular Medicine (2015)
  • Member, National Academy of Sciences (2015-onward)
  • Member, National Academy of Medicine, formerly named Institute of Medicine (October, 2009-onward)

Administrative Appointments

  • Chairman, Interdepartmental Program in Immunology, Interdepartmental Program in Immunology, Stanford University (2002 - 2011)

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