David Dunkin, MD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Pediatrics, Gastroenterology
Specialties:Pediatrics, Pediatric Gastroenterology and Hepatology
David Dunkin, MD is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology. Dr. Dunkin obtained his undergraduate degree from Cornell University and received his MD from the Sackler School of Medicine. He completed his Pediatric residency at Yale Children’s Hospital followed by a fellowship in Pediatric Gastroenterology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. In addition to his clinical practice, his current research explores the development of food allergies and the use of Chinese herbal medicines for the treatment of IBD. His research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Dunkin’s clinical practice includes all areas of pediatric gastroenterology with a special interest in inflammatory bowel disease.
MD, Sackler School of Medicine
Residency, Pediatrics, Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital
Fellowship, Pediatric Gastroenterology, Mount Sinai Hospital
- Clinical Study of Chinese Herbal Medicine for Inflammatory Bowel Disease
The purpose of this study is to see if inflammatory cytokines (markers or chemicals in the blood/tissue that are associated with active inflammatory bowel disease) will be effected by the addition of Chinese herbal medicines that are added to cultures of blood cells or tissue ...
- An Efficacy and Safety Study of Infliximab in Pediatric Participants With Inflammatory Bowel Disease (ADAPT)
The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether trough serum infliximab concentrations at the time of loss of clinical response will identify pediatric participants with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) who would benefit (regain clinical response) from dose escalation above t...
Gordon J, Ramaswami A, Beuttler M, Jossen J, Pittman N, Lai J, Dunkin D, Benkov K, Dubinsky M. EBV Status and Thiopurine Use in Pediatric IBD. Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition 2015 Dec;.
Liu C, Yang N, Song Y, Wang L, Zi J, Zhang S, Dunkin D, Busse P, Weir D, Tversky J, Miller RL, Goldfarb J, Zhan J, Li XM. Ganoderic acid C1 isolated from the anti-asthma formula, ASHMI™ suppresses TNF-α production by mouse macrophages and peripheral blood mononuclear cells from asthma patients. International immunopharmacology 2015 May;.
Liu C, Dunkin D, Lai J, Song Y, Ceballos C, Benkov K, Li XM. Anti-inflammatory Effects of Ganoderma lucidum Triterpenoid in Human Crohn's Disease Associated with Downregulation of NF-κB Signaling. Inflammatory bowel diseases 2015 May;.
Tordesillas L, Goswami R, Benede S, Grishina G, Dunkin D, Jarvinen KM, Maleki SJ, Sampson HA, Berin MC. Skin exposure promotes a Th2-dependent sensitization to peanut allergens. The Journal of clinical investigation 2014 Oct;.
Ceballos C, Bao R, Dunkin D, Song Y, Li XM, Benkov K. Complementary and alternative medicine use at a single pediatric inflammatory bowel disease center. Gastroenterology nursing : the official journal of the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates 2014 Jul; 37(4): 265-71.
Mathern DR, Laitman LE, Hovhannisyan Z, Dunkin D, Farsio S, Malik TJ, Roda G, Chitre A, Iuga AC, Yeretssian G, Berin MC, Dahan S. Mouse and human Notch-1 regulate mucosal immune responses. Mucosal immunology 2014 Jul; 7(4): 995-1005.
Srivastava KD, Dunkin D, Liu C, Yang N, Miller RL, Sampson HA, Li XM. Effect of Antiasthma Simplified Herbal Medicine Intervention on neutrophil predominant airway inflammation in a ragweed sensitized murine asthma model. Annals of allergy, asthma & immunology : official publication of the American College of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology 2014 Apr; 112(4): 339-47.
Song Y, Dunkin D, Dahan S, Iuga A, Ceballos C, Hoffstadter-Thal K, Yang N, Benkov K, Mayer L, Li XM. Anti-inflammatory effects of the Chinese herbal formula FAHF-2 in experimental and human IBD. Inflammatory bowel diseases 2014 Jan; 20(1): 144-53.
Dunkin D, Berin MC, Mayer L. Allergic sensitization can be induced via multiple physiologic routes in an adjuvant-dependent manner. The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology 2011 Dec; 128(6): 1251-1258.