Dr. Daniel S. Janik, MD, FACPM, FAAIM - Physician (retired) - A doctor of medicine (MD) specializing in pediatrics, public health/preventive medicine (environmental epidemiology) and integrative medicine, Dr. Janik is board-certified in preventive medicine/public health and integrative medicine. Retired after 30+ years of private and university practice, his personal medical interest continues to be in the areas of language acquisition and  psychological recovery from trauma. His is a former United States Academy of Science/National Research Council Senior Research Associate at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Johnson Space Center and later, Ames Research Center, and served as a Commander, Medical Department, U. S. Naval Reserve. He received an American Medical Association Physician Recognition Award in 2003, and was twice recognized as one of America's Top Physicians (2003, 2010). He is listed in Strathmore's Who's Who in 2004, 2005 and 2006 for contributions in the fields of medical computing, psychological recovery from trauma, space life sciences and the neurobiology of learning.

Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Dr. Janik completed medical residencies in both pediatrics (Loma Linda University Medical Center) and preventive medicine (environmental epidemiology) at the University of Utah Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health),


receiving in the process a Masters of Public Health degree in Maternal and Child Health from University of California School of Public Health at Berkeley.


He is board-certified in Preventive Medicine/Public Health and is a distinguished fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine and the American Association of Integrative Medicine. He is currently retired from private and university practice, but continues his interest in language acquisition and psychological recovery from trauma. 
and one at NASA-Ames Research Center, both while serving as Chief Scientist and Director of Research and Development for Cetus Systems Inc, Salt Lake City, Utah,

Former Commander, Medical Department, U. S. Naval Reserve Forces working with:

the former Naval Space Command, Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base (now the Naval Network and Space Operations Command) - the original U. S. Navy's program to place human's in space to guard the space corridors.

He also worked closely with the Naval Environmental Health Center (now the Navy Marine Corps Public Health Center) concerning nuclear, chemical, biological and human factor concerns of semi-closed and closed, reclaimed/recycled life support systems as well as terrestrial earth-sea interactions and their combined effects on humans.

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