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Daniel J. Wallace, MD

Associate Director, Rheumatology Fellowship Program

Daniel J. Wallace, MD

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Daniel J. Wallace, MD

Associate Director, Rheumatology Fellowship Program

  • IM/Rheumatology

The research of Daniel J Wallace, MD, focuses on systemic lupus erythematosus—genetic susceptibility, environmental risk, biomarkers, clinical trials, patient reported outcome measures, cardiac complications. Dr. Wallace's research interest also includes rheumatoid arthritis—environmental risk, clinical trials, and Sjogren's syndrome—biomarkers, genetics, clinical trials. He has over 430 peer reviewed publications, has written 8 books including the principal lupus textbook, 28 book chapters and has had numerous NIH and Department of Defense grants.

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  • Medical School: University of Southern California, College of Medicine, 1974
  • Internship: Rhode Island Hospital/Brown U, 1975
  • Residency: Cedars-Sinai, 1977

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  • Board of Directors, Lupus Therapeutics, Current
  • Healthcare Professional Leadership Award, Sjogren's Syndrome Foundation, 2012
  • Medical Achievement Award, S.L.E. Lupus Foundation, 2011
  • Editor: The Sjogrens Book (Sjogrens Syndrome Foundation) 4th and 5th and 6th editions, 2007-12
  • Founder and chairman of Scientific Advisory Board, Lupus LA, 2000
  • Wallace DJ. The use of quinacrine (Atabrine) in rheumatic diseases: a reexamination. Semin. Arthritis Rheum. 1989;18(4):282-296.
  • Wallace D, Goldfinger D, Lowe C, Nichols S, Weiner J, Brachman M, Klinenberg JR. A double-blind, controlled study of lymphoplasmapheresis versus sham apheresis in rheumatoid arthritis. N Engl J Med. 1982;306(23):1406-1410.
  • Klinenberg JR, Wallace D. Plasmapheresis in Raynaud's disease. Lancet. 1978;1(8077):1310-1311.


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