Dr. David A. Lenrow is Of Counsel to the firm & a practicing physician and Of Counsel to the law firm. He was admitted to the Pennsylvania and the New Jersey Bars in 2002. Dr. Lenrow is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where he received his B.A. in 1981, and SUNY Downstate Medical Center where he received his M.D. in 1985. He received his law degree from Temple University School of Law (magna cum laude) in 2001.
Dr. Lenrow’s medical training includes: University of Illinois (General Surgery Resident, 1985-1987); University of Pennsylvania (Fellowship in Transplant Immunology, 1987 – 1989); Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (General Surgery Resident, 1989 – 1990, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident, 1990 – 1993); Board Certified PM&R (1995).
Dr. Lenrow has authored numerous articles in peer reviewed medical journals. He has also edited and written chapters in several medical books. His published topics span research ethics to spine disorders and rehabilitation issues.
Dr. Lenrow is a member of the American Medical Association, the American and Pennsylvania Bar Associations and the Health Law Section of the American Bar Association.
University of Pennsylvania,
SUNY Downstate Medical Center,
Fellowship in Transplant Immunology, University of Pennsylvania, 1987-1989
General Surgery Resident, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1989-1990
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1990-1993
Board Certified PM&R, 1995;
Temple University Beasley School of Law,
J.D. (magna cum laude), 2001.
American Medical Association
American Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Health Law Section – American Bar Association
Faculty, University of Pennsylvania Medical School
Vice Chair, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Research Ethics course faculty (University of Pennsylvania)
Institutional Review Board, Member
Dr. David A. Lenrow has published peer reviewed medical journal articles. He has also contributed articles and edited several medical books. His published work includes research ethics to spine disorders and rehabilitation issues.
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