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Gorrin Rivas , T. Gorrin-Rivas , and M. Gorrin Rivas , S. In Rehabilitation Clinics of North America. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. I also like the recognition of a large institution which allows flexibility in work style, opportunities for program development and national leadership. Calderwood integrates her clinical interests in general gastroenterology, high-risk cancer syndromes and patient-centered care with her passion for health services research focused on appropriate utilization of and quality around colon cancer screening and surveillance.

She is also an active member of the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. She understands the intricacies of managing a family with another academic physician and two school aged children and makes personal well-being a priority whenever possible.

He is a clinical hepatologist by training and in practice and is board certified in internal medicine, gastroenterology and hepatology, and transplant hepatology CAQ. He followed with a fellowship in gastroenterology and hepatology at Emory Subsequently he relocated to Indiana University School of Medicine where he remains to date.

He has published over original manuscripts and dozens of review articles, editorials, and text book chapters. He serves as the Associate Editor for Gastroenterology. In addition, he is the PI for an R01 grant and a K24 grant. He is a former trustee of the ACG. His passion for scholarly pursuits was stimulated by his early mentors and role models Thomas Boyer and Charles Wilcox and subsequently encouraged and strengthened by his colleagues at IU Drs.

Imperiale, Rex, and Crabb. After completing her training, she joined the division of Gastroenterology and the center for Neurogastroenterology and Motility at Johns Hopkins Medical Institute. Prior to joining the Northwell Health system, Dr. She has presented her research at numerous scientific meetings and is part of several professional advisory committees. Throughout her career, she has also demonstrated leadership in addressing the issues of women in academic medicine and has a strong interest in medical education.

Her research interests include the pathophysiological mechanisms of gastroesophageal reflux disease, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and the role of the gut microbiome in gastrointestinal disorders, particularly in motility and functional bowel disorders.

Roland is focusing on the role of the microbiota in small intestinal dysmotility and small intestine bacterial overgrowth syndromes. She hopes to translate fundamental and multi-faceted information about SIBO and the microbiome into practical applications to improve patient care.

She serves as the Co-Director of the G. This center is an interdisciplinary research and education organization, dedicated to the study of brain-body interactions in health and disease. Specifically, her research is focused on the pathophysiology of IBS related to stress, early life adversity, sex differences, and genetic and epigenetic factors, and gut microbiome and the treatment of IBS.

She has authored more than original research articles, 50 review articles, and 20 book chapters on her specialty interests. As an educator for over 25 years, she has played an active role as advisor and mentor to trainees and junior colleagues on faculty and in practice.

Reezwana Chowdhury, MD Dr. She completed her medical school training at NYU School of Medicine where she herself was inspired to be a Gastroenterologist by her mentor, Dr. She has published journal articles, poster abstracts and book chapters. She will be joining a private practice group outside of Baltimore, MD to live with her husband. Her interests are in General GI including celiac disease and Liver diseases. He completed his undergraduate education at Cornell University and attended medical school in his home state at the University of Maryland.

He moved to Chicago to complete residency and fellowship training at Northwestern University and the University of Chicago respectively. At the University of Chicago, Dr. Cohen completed a 4 year research fellowship, investigating Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor signaling in colon cancer under the mentorship of Dr.

One of the most difficult decisions of his career was the decision to leave behind a career in basic research for a career as a clinician educator. He has been actively involved with educating medical students and GI fellows, and has received a number of teaching awards. Cohen is married and has 3 children. My fellowship training was at the University of Florida, Gainesville where my interests were in inflammatory bowel diseases and small bowel endoscopy.

I am currently the PI on several IBD clinical trials as well as a few clinical investigator-initiated research studies. I was an active member on that committee for 4 years when I was nominated to become the committee Chair.

Mohit Girotra, MD Dr. His clinical and research interests include therapeutic pancreatico-biliary endoscopy ERCP, EUS , advanced luminal endoscopy RFA, Stenting , emerging technologies, endoscopic innovation, fecal microbiota transplantation and general endoscopy. He considers himself fortunate for receiving several opportunities to work with wonderful investigators and mentors, which have helped him shape his career, and he strives to extend the same quality of mentorship to coming generations of gastroenterologists through this program.

His interests in endoscopy include new technology, reprocessing and infection control in endoscopy, training, quality in endoscopy, sedation, patient preparation, GERD, colon cancer screening and prevention, and capsule endoscopy. He received his internal medicine training at St. Sinai Hospital in New York City. His interests include clinical research and clinical care of the patients in general gastroenterology, including gastrointestinal bleeding disorders, esophageal disease, advances in endoscopic procedures, and preventative medicine.

He is actively involved with academic teaching of gastroenterology fellows, medical residents, and students on the hospital wards while maintaining a busy clinical practice. He is an ad-hoc reviewer for various gastroenterology journals and a contributing author to a number of peer-reviewed publications in the medical literature.

She did her internal medicine residency at Washington University in Saint Louis and her fellowship training at Baylor College of Medicine. Her clinical interests include motility disorders and esophageal disease. She is on the clinical educator track. She is in academic medicine because of her commitment to teaching, research, and collaborative care as well as the work life balance it offers.

She is part of a dual physician marriage and is balancing the joys of work with children. I was at the University of Chicago from my Residency in Medicine until the end of I completed a GI Fellowship in and rose through the academic ranks to become Professor of Medicine and subsequently was awarded the Joseph B.

My clinical research has been related to epidemiology and therapeutics for IBD. I am a busy, practicing clinician and clinical trialist. My greatest pleasure is in mentoring and the development of future leaders in our field. She is a current member of the Gastroenterology Fellowship committee and serves as the Department Education coordinator for Gastroenterology supervising visiting GI fellows and medical students.

She has actively been involved in mentoring medical students, residents and fellows over the years. Her special clinical and research interests are in IBS, chronic constipation and pelvic floor disorders as well as celiac disease.

She has also written and lectured extensively on these topics. I have always enjoyed teaching and was fortunate to have had many opportunities throughout the course of my various stages of training to pursue this passion. I currently serve on the voluntary clinical faculty at the Yale University School of Medicine, where I regularly participate in teaching gastroenterology fellows by supervising both luminal disease and hepatology clinics, as well as perform daily rounds with residents and fellows, and help to guide the development of endoscopic skills by supervising endoscopic procedures.

I have been fortunate to find a unique hybrid of clinical practice, as I am both a private practitioner as well as a clinician educator for the Division of Digestive Diseases.

I have several research interests including small bowel diseases and capsule endoscopy, as well as complementary and alternative therapies in gastrointestinal and hepatic disease and diseases of the small bowel. Stemming from this interest, I am also a certified clinical hypnotherapist, as this modality has proven very useful in the treatment of functional abdominal pain and irritable bowel syndrome. I have worked with the fellowship program in several capacities including program director for 12 years and am currently associate program director.

I have extensive clinical trial experience and activity in the area of inflammatory bowel disease. I am married to a non-physician who has been very supportive of my career choices and have two grown children that were born at the end of fellowship and during early junior faculty years.

She was a research assistant to Dr. Stephen Hanauer helping with clinical drug trials and epidemiologic studies, which was what got her interested in IBD. She was on faculty there for 8 years then moved to Mayo Clinic. She is currently a Professor of Medicine and has always practiced in an academic setting with fellows, residents and students rotating with her in clinic and on wards.

She also serves in editorial positions for several journals. Her areas of research interest include gender issues and medication compliance.

The thought of private practice had always appealed to me and I began practice in a multi-specialty group in the foothills of the Blueridge Mountains in Hickory, North Carolina.

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