Daniel Kamin

Daniel Kamin

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Associate Co-director of the pre-PCE course Homeostasis II
Associate Director of the Cannon Society
Daniel Kamin

Daniel S. Kamin, MD is a gastroenterologist at Boston Children’s Hospital and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. He is Associate Program Director of the GI fellowship at Boston Children’s, and recently finished directing the inpatient GI consultation service. Dr. Kamin’s clinical work includes attending on both the gastroenterology and hepatology/transplant inpatient services, outpatient general gastroenterology, fellow teaching clinic precepting, and co-leading a program helping infants and children with rare forms of chronic diarrhea. Dr. Kamin is an Ethics Associate on the Boston Children’s Hospital Ethics Advisory Committee, a role that enables him to work with the Pediatric Transplant Center on developing and vetting policies with ethical valences. From an education standpoint, Dr. Kamin is Associate Co-director of the pre-PCE course Homeostasis II— now in its third year and always a high point in Dr. Kamin’s year.  Daniel enjoys leisurely weekend mornings with his husband Scott and nearly 5-year old daughter Claire, Saturday night dinner parties (which always include cheese boards), and midnight yoga. Daniel aspires to learn circus arts and start or join a group that reads and talks about poetry. 

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