Eduardo Dolhun M.D.
Dr. Eduardo Peña Dolhun is an internationally recognized expert in micronutrients and hydration science, and he holds several U.S. patents in the field. A Board-Certified family physician, Dr. Dolhun earned a fellowship from the Stanford University Medical Center Obstetrics program, located at Santa Clara County Hospital. He has been published in numerous peer-reviewed medical journals. In 2018, Dr. Dolhun was appointed Adjunct Professor in the College of Health Sciences at Marquette University.
As a disaster medicine specialist and member of the Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness Society, his work in rehydration science has helped save countless children in disaster areas around the world such as Haiti, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Ecuador. As part of his efforts to improve lives through hydration and nutrition, he invented a patented next-generation rehydration oral rehydration solution, called DripDrop ORS.
Dr. Dolhun was educated and trained at Mayo Clinic. He has lectured at Stanford University for nearly two decades. He is the 2017 recipient of the Mayo Clinic Alumni Association Humanitarian Award. Dr. Dolhun continues his humanitarian work not only through relief efforts around the world but also through Doctors Outreach, non-profit a 501(c)(3) foundation medical relief organization, which he founded.
In 2005, Dr. Dolhun founded Dolhun Clinic, a private medical practice in the heart of San Francisco. He is also the founder and director of Dolhun Clinic Pre-Medical Internship Program, a rigorous educational program that is dedicated to preparing U.S. college graduates prior to medical school.