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GastroenterologyDr. Gary M. Gray, Cyberounds® Gastroenterology Moderator, is Professor of Medicine and Director, NIH Digestive Disease Center, Stanford University School of Medicine, where he previously served as division chief for many years. Dr. Gray received his B.S. in chemistry and mathematics with honors from Seattle University, his M.D. from the University of Washington, and completed his postgraduate medical training at Bellevue(Cornell), University Hospitals, Cleveland, and Boston University, where he was a gastroenterology fellow under Dr. F.J. Ingelfinger. Board certified in internal medicine, he is the author of more than 140 peer-reviewed articles and textbook chapters, and has been the major contributor to the gastroenterology sections in Scientific American Medicine. Formerly on the editorial board of Gastroenterology and Viewpoints on Gastroenterology, and the American Gastroenterological Association's governing board, Gary has been a visiting professor at many universities, including Harvard, Yale, University of Florida, University of Michigan, and Yamagata, Tohoku and Keio in Japan. His medical research focuses on intestinal function, particularly the molecular events involved in the regulation and modulation of the intestinal disaccharidases, lactase and sucrase.

Dr. Gray reports no commercial conflict of interest.

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