Eduardo has been volunteering in the US and across the world since his university days at Marquette University. Eduardo earned his medical degree at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science in Rochester, MN in 1996 and completed residency in Family Medicine at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine in Jacksonville, FL. He also completed three fellowships: UCSF Primary Care Research Fellowship, Northern California Faculty Development Fellowship, and Stanford University affiliated Family Practice Obstetrics Fellowship at Santa Clara County Hospital.
Dr. Dolhun invented and founded Drip Drop ORS in 2008, a patented, third-generation oral rehydration solution that has been used in relief efforts globally. He is the founder of Dolhun Clinic, a private practice in San Francisco. Dr. Dolhun served Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University Medical School from 2000-2018, where he was co-director of Ethnicity and Medicine since 2000. Since 2018 he has served as an Adjunct Professor in the College of Health Sciences at Marquette University.
Eduardo has been published in numerous peer-reviewed medical journals. Dr. Dolhun is the recipient of Marquette University’s 2012 Service to the Community Award and the 2017 Mayo Clinic Alumni Association Humanitarian Award.
Eduardo is an active member of the Royal Medical Society, Wilderness Medical Society , American Association of Family Medicine and the Society for Disaster Medicine and Public Health.