Daniel Kantor, M.D. is Assistant Professor of Neurology and Director of the Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Center at the University of Florida in Jacksonville, Florida.
Daniel Kantor, M.D. is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and Director of the Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Center at the University of Florida in Jacksonville, Florida. He also serves on the Ethics Committee of Shands Hospital - Jacksonville and was recently elected to serve as a Board Member of the Florida Society of Neurology. He received his M.D. from the Ben Gurion University of The Negev Medical School for International Health in collaboration with Columbia University Medical Center. He interned at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey / Cooper University Hospital and trained in neurology at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Kantor has received many awards recognizing his four-part focus on academics, teaching, research, and administrative excellence from the University of Pennsylvania, University of Windsor, Ben Gurion University, the Israeli National Center for Medical Education, Neurology-Neurophysiology Associates of Philadelphia and Thomas Jefferson University.
His health interests include symptomatic treatment of multiple sclerosis, headache in multiple sclerosis, patient-centered neurologic care, medical ethics and medical education. He is a principal investigator in several multiple sclerosis studies, including being a member of the University of California at San Francisco international collaboration studying the genetics of multiple sclerosis.
Daniel Kantor, M.D. is a former Assistant Professor of Neurology and former Director of the Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Center at the University of Florida in Jacksonville, Florida. He wrote for HealthCentral as a health professional for Multiple Sclerosis.