• At A Glance
  • Education
  • Hospital Affiliations
    Bio
    I am an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Associate Director of Endoscopy, Director of Therapeutic EUS, and Associate Director of the Pancreas Program at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. My primary research focus is in interventional endoscopy, specializing in diseases of the pancreas and biliary tract, therapeutic ERCP including biliary stenting, lithotripsy, radiofrequency ablation and photodynamic therapy, as well as diagnostic and therapeutic EUS including FNA of pancreatic cysts and endoscopic-guided drainage of pancreatic fluid collections. I am committed to continuing research towards finding new and innovative ways to help patients in a minimally invasive fashion. I have contributed to over 50 publications and have been a co-investigator on several prospective and multicenter, international studies. 
    Clinical Interests

    Pancreaticobiliary diseases, pancreatic cancer, therapeutic endoscopy, therapeutic echoendoscopy, gallbladder disease, GERD, clinical research

  • Medical School

    New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY

    Internship

    New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell, New York, NY

    Residency

    New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell, New York, NY

    Fellowship

    Gastroenterology: New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY

    Fellowship

    Advanced Endoscopy: New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell, NY