Samuel Friedlander, MD
Allergy and Immunology
Sleep Medicine (Internal Medicine)
Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine, CWRU School of Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics, CWRU School of Medicine
34055 Solon Rd
UH Solon Health Center, Ste 104A
13207 Ravenna Rd
UH Geauga Medical Center, Specialty Clinic
UH Hudson Health Center
5778 Darrow Rd
Disorders of the Immune System, Food and Insect Allergies, Allergic Rhinitis (hayfever), Insomnia, Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, Narcolepsy, Asthma, Contact Dermatitis, Latex Allergy, Allergy and Immunology, Pediatric Asthma, Sleep Medicine, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Hives, Sinus Disease, Eczema, Anaphylaxis, Drug Allergy, Skin Allergies, Cough, Food, Drug and Insect Allergy Testing
American Board of Allergy and Immunology - Allergy and Immunology
American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine - Sleep Medicine
Education & Training
1995, University of Virginia
Medical / Professional School(s):
1999, Eastern Virginia Medical School
2000, Internal Medicine/Pediatrics - University Hospitals of Cleveland
2002, Internal Medicine/Pediatrics - University Hospitals of Cleveland
2003, Int Med-Ped/Chief Resident - University Hospitals of Cleveland
2007, Sleep Medicine - Internal Medicine - University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
2007, Allergy and Immunology - University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
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As of December 31, 2015, Samuel Friedlander, MD disclosed the following Outside Relationships with Industry:
Teva Pharmaceuticals - Honoraria