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Darlene Mansoor, MD

Medical Director of:
Allergy and Immunology
Allergy & Immunology
Board Certifications:
Allergy & Immunology, Pediatrics & Internal Medicine
Areas of Clinical Interest:
Food allergy, atopic dermatitis, asthma

Undergraduate - University of Michigan (1997)
Medical School - Wayne State University (2003)
Residency - University of Michigan (2007)
Fellowship - University of Michigan (2009)

Awards & Recognition:

Leesburg 40 Under 40 (2014)
Top  Doctors Recognition - Northern Virginia Magazine, Virginia Living Magazine, Washingtonian
Golden Apple Non-Required Rotation Departmental Award for Excellence in Teaching, Children's National Medical Center (2012)

Clinic Locations: Ashburn, Fairfax

Keystone Publications:

Greenhawt MJ, Spergel JM, Rank MA, Green TD, Mansoor D, Sharma H, Bird JA, Change JE, Parikh DS, Teich E, Kelso JM, Sanders GM.  Safe Administration of the seasonal trivalent influenza vaccine to children with severe egg allergy.  Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol, 109(6), Dec 2012, 426-30.

Sharma HP, Mansoor DK, Mikhail IJ, Nguyen C, Klein BL.  Recognition and management of pediatric food allergy in the emergency department.  Pediatr Emerg Care. 29(4), April 2013, 527-36.

Mansoor DK, Sharma HP.  Clinical Presentations of Food Allergy.  Pediat Clin Amer 58.  April 2011, 315-325.

Where did you grow up?
Why did you become a doctor and why did you choose your specialty?
I trained in pediatrics and internal medicine. I liked Allergy because I could follow the entire family since allergies tend to run in families. I also like the continuity of patient care in Allergy.
How long have you practiced in the Washington, DC area and what do you like most about it?
I have been here for over 5 years. I like Loudoun county, it is a nice place to raise a family.
What do you most enjoy doing outside of your clinical practice, when you’re not working?
Spending time with my family, I have one son and one daughter.
Describe your proudest accomplishment as a provider and/or in your personal life:
As a provider, I feel proud when patients are happy with the care they received and I'm recognized on patient surveys. On a personal level, I want to be a good mom who can balance work and family. My kids are my proudest accomplishments.
If you weren’t a doctor, what profession would you most likely be doing and why?
If I were not an allergist searching for a cure for food allergies, then maybe I would become a food critic and go to different restaurants and try new foods and meet new people.
Personal Sketch:

2 - Children