My main clinical and research interests relate to the endoscopic evaluation and management of pancreaticobiliary disorders. My interests include endoscopic management of chronic pancreatitis including pancreatic duct stones, strictures, pancreas divisum, cholangioscopy and lithotripsy for bile duct stones as well as ERCP with Sphincter of Oddi manometry.
I completed my gastroenterology fellowship at the University of Southern California and Advanced ERCP training. Prior to coming to Yale in 2004 I was the director of Pancreatico-Biliary Endoscopy at UCLA and Chief of Gastroenterology and the pancreatico-biliary institute at the Good Samaritan hospital in Los Angeles, one of the busiest referral centers for ERCP in the Western United States
Smilow Cancer Hospital, Yale Medicine