Following his graduation from Trinity College (CT) and Harvard Medical School, Dr. David Weinstein completed his Residency, Chief Residency, and Fellowship in Pediatric Endocrinology at Children’s Hospital Boston. He subsequently obtained a Masters in Clinical Investigation from Harvard and MIT, and became the Director of the Glycogen Storage Disease Program at Children’s Hospital Boston. In 2005, Dr. Weinstein moved the program to the University of Florida, to pursue a dream of curing this disease through gene therapy.
Dr. Weinstein follows the largest cohort of GSD patients in the world and he has published over 50 articles and 21 textbook chapters on this topic. He is a former Jan Albrecht Award winner from the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases.
As part of Alyssa’s Angel Fund, which supports clinical care for patients with Glycogen Storage Disease when financial resources are impeding access to GSD specialists, Dr. Weinstein provides his medical services for free.