Humans are resources of information! Course and Resource Faculty appear in approximate order of appearance of related material in course and are useful human resources to answer inquiries around their area of expertise.
|Image||Profiles Link||Content expert on||Other notable|
Gastroenterology, Inflammatory bowel disease,
has moved to NIH
Normal GI physiology, absorbtion, obesity to diabetes conversion, branched chain amino acids, MSUD, nutrient signaling, atypical antipsychotic metabolic side effects, incretins
likes boating, fishing, was in the Army
Gastroenterology, GERD, Barrett's esophagus, swallowing disorders and pain, gastrointestinal muscle and motility, esophagus physiology and disease, endoscopy, nausea and vomiting
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Embryology, anatomy, morphological sciences and histology||Director, Program on Human Structure|
Neural and Behavioral Sciences
|Embryology and anatomy of the gut||Ph.D. Candidate - Anatomy Program specializing in developmental biology of the GI tract|
Pathology, gastrointestinal histology, histo-pathology, disease diagnosis, surgical pathology, gross pathology
Gastrointestinal histology, histo- pathology, disease diagnosis, surgical pathology, gross pathology. Interest centers on the neoplasm of the digestive system, in particular, the neuroendocrine tumors
Medical Director, Autopsy and Decedent Care Services
|Histology, Pathology, gastrointestinal histology, histo-pathology, |
disease diagnosis, surgical pathology, gross pathology
Neuroanatomy, CNS/GI integrative physiology and communication, vagus, electrophysiology, neural plasticity, pharmacology of nausea and vomiting, cell surface receptors and channels
Gastroenterology, peptic ulcer, Gastric secretion,
Cellular and Molecular Physiology;Surgery;
|email@example.com||Micronutrient biochemistry, physiology and pathophysiology|
John M Levenick, M.D.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Gastroenterology, gall bladder, biliary and pancreatic disorders|
Gastoenterology, irritable bowel syndrome, pelvic floor disorders, identification and treatment of a duodenal diverticular hemorrhage
|Has a pet cockatiel named Scoofey|
GI pharmacology, pharmacy, potential applications of probiotics, herbal and dietary supplements, Clostridium difficile, diarrhea management, laxative mechanisms
|-Was one of the first babies born at the Hershey Medical Center|
-Passionate about spending time with my family. We like to spend time boating in the summer and I’m active volunteering at my church, at my kids’ school events, and can usually be found in the evenings at: a soccer game, dance or karate class, theater rehearsal, track or cross country event.
Gastroenterology, Barrett's esophagus, colorectal cancer, screening for Familial Colorectal Cancer risk, cancer genetics, chronic hepatitis C, Herpes simplex-induced fulminant hepatitis, Peutz-Jeghers syndrome, esophageal varices
Gastroenterology, liver function, clinical chemistry related to liver, hepatitis, Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, metabolic liver disease, hemachromatosis, Wilson's disease, liver transplant, hepatitis pharmacology, esophageal varices, primary sclerosing cholangitis, hepatocellular carcinoma
|Gastroenterology, liver function,cirrhosis, autoimmune and cholestatic liver disease, liver transplantation, liver cancer, esophageal varices, primary sclerosing cholangitis, chronic hepatitis C, pain characteristics in chronic liver disease, prevention of liver disease|
Surgery/ Transplant Surgery
|General surgery, liver transplant surgery, MELD and PELD scoring, liver function tests, geographical disparities, immunosuppressive management for transplantation|
Clinical Outreach, Liaison & Instruction Librarian
Information Sciences, drug information, database retrieval, synthesizing information, health literacy, resource evaluation, information management, research management, educational technology and medical-related software, bibliometrics, scholarly publishing, copy right, finding evidence-based clinical care information.
Cognitive Skills & Psychiatry
|email@example.com||Learning and test taking strategies. Jen is familiar with all of the course content.|
Course Administrator and Coordinator - ABLE Editor
Contact Lisa for emergency situations where you cannot get in touch with Dr Williams or Lynch. Her phone number is 531-8566.
Lisa is involved in a number of educational activities.