David Amran, M.D. graduated from the seven year program undergraduate/medical school at Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University. Prior to medical school he served four years in the Israeli Defense Forcers, obtaining the rank of Lieutenant. As part of Dr. Amran’s M.D. thesis, he researched the importance of immunotherapy in the treatment of allergic asthma.
Dr. Amran completed a medical internship at Emory School of Medicine and a residence in Pediatrics at Emory. He subsequently completed a three year fellowship in Allergy and Immunology at National Jewish Medical and Research Center in Denver, Colorado.
During Dr. Amran’s fellowship, he participated in research that focused on delineating the mechanisms through which intravenous immunoglobins affect the functions of the human immune system. He was also involved in research of the animal model for the cure of asthma. Dr. Amran has had numerous research and clinical articles published in several medical journals.