GI leader to know: Dr. Hemant Roy of the Boston University School of Medicine

Hemant K. Roy, MD, is the gastroenterology section chief at Boston University School of Medicine.

Dr. Roy is also a medical professor. His clinical interests include high-risk colon cancer syndromes and how gender affects colon cancer screening.

He is an American Gastroenterological Association fellow and Early Detection Research Network member.

Dr. Roy earned his medical degree from Evanston, Ill.-based Northwestern University.

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