Our Practice and Staff
Dr. Karlin's Bio
Dr. Karlin graduated from Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. He did his internship at the Beth Israel Medical Center and his residency at the University of Connecticut Health Center. Dr. Karlin is an associate attending physician in the Department of Medicine at Danbury Hospital. He is a member of Connecticut State Medical Society, Fairfield County Medical Association, Danbury Medical Society, American College of Physicians, and the American College of Allergy and Immunology. He is board certified.
Dr. Karlin currently has two offices: New Fairfield, CT: 88 State Route 37, In the Fieldstone Plaza of New Fairfield, Connecticut.; Danbury, CT on 57 North Street in Danbury, Connecticut. Dr. Karlin is an internist and allergist.
Mt Sinai School of Medicine High Achiever Award:
Dr. Karlin was chosen by Mt. Sinai as the student to have most advanced the future of medicine in his graduating class, due to his pioneering work with Canavan disease.
Best Physician, 2008:
Dr. Karlin was voted "Best Physician" in 2008 by The US Local Business Association.
JAMA: Hypertension in ER Patients, 1977
Abstract in Pediatric Clinics of N.A., 1973
The Clinical Administration of Antihistamines in O.P. Asthmatics, 1987
Canavan Disease Research: Dr. Karlin also spearheaded the research to study and find a cure for Canavan Disease, a rare genetic brain disease. Thanks to Dr. Karlin and the team of researchers he discovered, multiple Canavan children have received unprecedented gene therapy to treat the disease, extraordinarily increasing their life spans and motor skills.
To find out more about Canavan disease, and about how you can help fuel this ground-breaking research, go to www.canavan.org.
Dr. Karlin's Staff
Dr. Karlin's staff has been with him for over ten years. They are always happy to answer any questions you may have and make every effort to accommodate your needs. At CT Internal Medicine and Allergy, we pride ourselves on knowing our patients by name, and on creating a warm and comfortable atmosphere for each patient.
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