6 GI physicians in the news – Jan 8, 2016

Here are six gastroenterologists who recently made headlines.

SonarMD, a web-based application designed to allow physicians to monitor Crohn's disease patients' health status between in-person visits founded by Lawrence Kosinski, MD, MBA, formed a partnership with Digestive Healthcare Center of New Jersey in Hillsborough Township.

Daniel Paulo, Sr., MD, a gastroenterologist in Staten Island, N.Y., died at his Great Neck, N.Y., home.

Medical University of South Carolina's College of Medicine in Charleston names Raymond N. DuBois, MD, PhD, dean.

Gastroenterologist Andrew Chan, MB ChB, MRCP (UK), FRCP(C), was found dead in his home.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, N.H., elected Timothy Scherer, MD, to its board of trustees.

Grand Forks, N.D.-based Altru Health System added gastroenterologist Howard Hack, MD, to its physician team.

More articles on GI/endoscopy:
Dr. Lawrence Kosinski's SonarMD partners with Digestive Health Center of New Jersey
FDA clears 51 GI/endoscopy devices in 2015
Exact Sciences expects to double number of Cologuard tests completed in 2016

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