Daniel is the Director of Bond Street Gastroenterology, Head of Inflammatory Bowel Disease service and a Senior Gastroenterologist at Eastern Health and Senior Lecturer at Monash University. He completed medical school (Monash 2001), then physician and gastroenterology training in Adelaide and Melbourne. In 2012 he completed his PhD (Monash), mentored by Professor Peter Gibson.
Daniel is one of Australia’s leading clinicians and researchers in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), conducting >2000 IBD consultations in private and public practice annually. He is renowned for providing experienced, innovative and personalised care and has a passion for achieving the best outcomes for his patients. Daniel’s other broader interests include functional (eg IBS) and other general gastrointestinal disorders. He is a highly competent endoscopist and accredited in gastroscopy, colonoscopy and capsule endoscopy.
Daniel’s research has been recognized by the prestigious national Young Investigator Award at the annual gastroenterology conference (AGW 2011) plus multiple other awards. Daniel has co-authored over 40 publications and is on the Editorial Board of multiple international gastroenterology journals. He is a member of the Australia & New Zealand IBD Consortium and has sat on the Australian IBD Association Executive Committee, overseeing National IBD clinical and research interests, including writing the National IBD guidelines (GESA, 2017). Daniel is a sought after speaker on gastroenterology topics both nationally and internationally.
When not working, Daniel enjoys playing tennis, spending time with family, playing piano, supporting the Bombers and/or FC Barcelona.
Daniel van Langenberg available at:
Bond St Gastroenterology:
Mondays, Tuesday mornings, Wednesday mornings
Monday mornings (fortnightly)
Ringwood Private Hospital:
Fridays (weekly for scopes, direct access bookings are welcome)
Mitcham Private Hospital
Tuesdays (weekly for scopes, direct access bookings are welcome)
Also at Box Hill Hospital, Maroondah Hospital