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Daniel Neides, MD, is the Associate Director of Clinical Education for The Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine (CCLCM). He oversees all clinical activities during years three through five of the medical school. His medical interests include the primary care approach to treating behavioral disorders, medical student education and preventive medicine.
Dr. Neides is board-certified in family medicine. He earned both his undergraduate and medical degrees from Ohio State University, followed by a residency in family medicine at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus. He was awarded the 1999-2000 Educator of the Year award by Cleveland Clinic and The Ohio State University College of Medicine, and was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society in 2002 for his dedication to medical student education. In 2006, he was named a Harvard-Macy Scholar and spent one month in Boston developing curricula for CCLCM. In 2007, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine awarded him the Kaiser Permanente Award for Excellence in Teaching. He is coauthor of The Resident's Guide to Ambulatory Care, with the 6th edition due out in 2008.
Integrative Medicine and Medical Student Education, Behavioral Medicine, Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome
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