Dr. Edward Eden is a dedicated and compassionate pulmonologist based in New York, NY. Dr. Eden attended Imperial College in London, where he received a bachelor’s degree and also earned his medical degree. He completed an internship at Wayne State University and a residency at the State University of New York in Stony Brook, NY. Dr. Eden continued his training by completing a fellowship at Columbia University and a fellowship in pulmonology at the Mount Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Eden is board certified in internal medicine, critical care medicine, and pulmonary disease. He is an active member of the American Thoracic Society, American College of Chest Physicians, and the New York State Thoracic Society. Dr. Eden has been a part of scientific abstract presentations, lecture presentations, and professional meetings on multiple occasions.
Dr. Eden was recognized among the best doctors in New York by the New York Magazine. During his consultations, Dr. Eden fully explains patients’ conditions and helps them choose an appropriate treatment plan.
Education & Training
Medical School - St. Mary's Hospital Medical School, Imperial College
St. Mary's Hospital Medical School, Imperial College (Bachelor’s)
Columbia University (Fellowship)
The Mount Sinai Hospital, Fellowship in Pulmonology
State University of New York, Stony Brook (Residency)
Wayne State University (Internship)
American Board of Internal Medicine
Critical Care Medicine (Internal Medicine)
Pulmonary Disease (Internal Medicine)
Awards and Publications
Eden E, Nasmyth PA. The cardiovascular effects of L-Dopa in the pithed rat. Br J Pharmac 1974, 51:473-80.
Eden E and Turino GM: Recombinant gamma-interferon augments interleukin-1 from endotoxin-stimulated human alveolar macrophages. Am Rev Resp Dis 1986, 133:455-460.
Eden E and Turino GM: Interleukin-1 secretion from alveolar macrophages of patients with AIDS, sarcoidosis and fibrosis. J Clin Immunol 1986, 6:326-333.
Eden E and Turino GM: Secretion of interleukin-1/leucocytic pyrogen from endotoxin-stimulated human alveolar macrophages is unaffected by Indomethacin. Immunopharmacology 1986, 12:81.
Eden E and Turino GM: Therapeutic applications to the pulmonary circulation in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Seminars in Resp Med 1986, 8:184-194.