Embarking on his postgraduate medical education, Dr. Daniel Richard Kaul delved into Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan Health System, completing his residency in 1997. He later intensified his focus on Infectious Diseases during his fellowship at the same institution, which he finished in 2001.
Dr. Kaul has since distinguished himself in the field of transplant infectious diseases, where his extensive research and clinical work have been instrumental in shaping care protocols. He leads the Transplant Infectious Disease Service, offering vital consultation to recipients of organ and stem cell transplants. His efforts are essential in crafting both preventive strategies and management plans for opportunistic infections, a testament to his dedication to advancing medical practice in this specialized area.
He works in the infectious diseases department.
Dr. Daniel works at - A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center.
Dr. Daniel specializes in diseases and treatments such as transplant infectious diseases, stem cell transplant and infectious diseases.