Feinberg can refer to:
*Aaron Feinberg, American rollerblading champion
*Avshalom Feinberg (1889-1917), leader of Nili
*Benjamin F. Feinberg (1888-1959), NY politician
*Gerald Feinberg, American physicist
*Joel Feinberg (1926-2004), American philosopher
*Kenneth Feinberg, American attorney, Special Master of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund
*Leslie Feinberg, transgender activist
*Louis Feinberg, pseudonym Larry Fine (1902-1975), one of The Three Stooges
*Samuel Feinberg, pseudonym Sammy Fain (1902-1989), American popular music composer
*Samuil Feinberg, a Russian composer and pianist
*Steve Feinberg, founder of Cerberus Capital Management, LP
*the asteroid 15569 Feinberg
*the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University

See also Fein, Feinmann ("Feinman", "Feynmann", "Feynman"), and Feinstein.

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