I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. After receiving my medical degree from Wayne State University in 1990, I completed a medical residency in Preventive Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University. I then completed a 2-year fellowship in Medical Toxicology, and became board certified in 2000. I have subsequently completed additional training and am board certified in Addiction Medicine. I have an active clinical practice at Aspire PDX where I provide office-based treatment for patients with substance use disorders.
For over 14 years, I served on the academic faculty at Oregon State University in the Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology. My responsibilities included teaching toxicology to graduate and undergraduate students, and serving as a Principal Investigator or Co-Investigator for federally funded grants or cooperative agreements. My research, teaching, and other scholarly activities have been supported by funding from the National Institutes of Health, and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. I continue to serve on the volunteer clinical faculty at Oregon Health & Science University, where I support the educational mission of the Medical Toxicology fellowship program by teaching residents and fellows-in-training.
Daniel L. Sudakin, MD, MPH
Wayne State University
Medical Doctor, 1990
Oregon Health & Science University
Master of Public Health, 1999
Fellow, American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Fellow, American College of Medical Toxicology
Fellow, American Academy of Clinical Toxicology
Fellow, American Society of Addiction Medicine
Public Health and General Preventive Medicine (American Board of Preventive Medicine)
Medical Toxicology (American Board of Preventive Medicine)
Addiction Medicine (American Board of Addiction Medicine)