Dana Goldner, MD
Dana Goldner, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in Pediatric Hepatology at Columbia University Medical Center and an Assistant Attending at NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital. Prior to her faculty appointment, Dr. Goldner earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She completed her medical education at Weill Cornell Medical College/NewYork-Presbyterian and subsequently completed her Pediatric Internship and Residency at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School in Boston. She then went on to pursue fellowships in both Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition and Pediatric Transplant Hepatology at New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center.
Dr. Goldner is triple board certified in Pediatrics, Pediatric Gastroenterology, and Pediatric Transplant Hepatology.
Her research and clinical interests include liver transplant, biliary atresia, neonatal cholestasis, Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, Genetic/Metabolic liver disease, liver tumors, Alagille Syndrome, autoimmune liver disease, Wilson Disease, hepatoblastoma, and acute liver failure.
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2020, New York Rising Stars, Super Doctors, The New York Times Magazine
2019-2020, Castle Connolly Top Doctor
2019-2020, Exceptional Women in Medicine, Castle Connolly
2017, University of Miami Program in Research Education, Selected Faculty
2015, American Society of Transplantation Travel Grant Award Recipient
2015, Oberfield Prize in Translational Research, Pediatric Research Day, Columbia University Medical Center
2012-2015, Pediatric Scientist Development Program NIH Grant Recipient
2010, Massachusetts General Hospital Pediatric Resident Teaching Award
2010, NASPGHAN Teaching and Tomorrow Travel Grant Award Recipient
2006, Weill Cornell Medical School Summer Research Grant Recipient
2004, Sigma Xi Research Society
2004, Thomas J. Bardos Science Education Award of the American Association for Cancer Research