3 GI physicians making headlines – June 5, 2015

Here are three gastroenterologists who were featured in the news within the past week.

Sharmila Anandasabapathy, MD, a gastroenterologist and professor of medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, has co-authored a study on a low-cost microendoscope that has the potential to replace traditional biopsies for esophageal cancer.

Klaus Gottlieb, MD, FACG, joined Synthetic Biologics as its vice president of clinical and regulatory affairs.

Peter Cotton, MD, a gastroenterologist with the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, is designing a national study to determine which patients are candidates for gall bladder removal surgery.

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