Dr. Daniel Teitelbaum is A.S.P.E.N.’s 39th president representing over 6,000 multidisciplinary healthcare professionals dedicated to nutrition support therapy. He is the Professor of Surgery at University of Michigan and the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. He is also the Program Director for Pediatric Surgery and the Medical Director for Homecare for the University of Michigan Hospital and Health Systems.
Dr. Teitelbaum has an active clinical practice which focuses on the gastrointestinal surgical disorders of children, in particular intestinal failure. He is the Co-Director for Children’s Intestinal Rehabilitation Program at Mott Children’s. He also has an active research laboratory which focuses on many of the adverse processes which are associated with the administration of parenteral nutrition. He has served A.S.P.E.N. in many leadership roles and is a past recipient of the Dudrick Award.
Join us for Dr. Teitelbaum’s address where he will discuss his ideas on how we must re-prioritize goals and objectives to ensure that we remain leaders in the area of nutritional research and innovation.