GI Division News

Duke Gastroenterology Welcomes New Fellows

Duke Gastroenterology welcomed new fellows to the division on July 1, 2024. The GI fellowship programs welcomed 6 new GI fellows, 2 Transplant Hepatology fellows, and 2 Advanced Endoscopy fellows.

Duke Gastroenterology Welcomes Dr. Beth Floyd

Dr. Beth Floyd has joined Duke Gastroenterology as an Assistant Professor of Medicine.  Dr. Floyd, a transplant hepatologist will be based with the transplant program on the Duke University campus.   

Duke Gastroenterology to Host Symposium & Liver Health Fair

Duke GI will cohost the 2024 Annual Global Fatty Liver Day Symposium & Liver Health Fair on June 29, 2024. The community event will include presentations by leading specialists in the field of hepatology, liver health screenings, educational opportunities, and resources. 

Duke GI Hepatology Clinical Research Unit, STRIVE, NC State Center for Human Health & the Environment, and UNC Lineberger Cancer Center are cohosts of the event.

Duke GI recognizes faculty and trainees at annual fellows event

The Gastroenterology division recognized faculty and trainees at the recent annual fellows graduation dinner. 

Dr. Matthew Kappus, Associate Professor of Medicine received the Paul G. Killenberg, MD Faculty Teaching Award. This award represents recognition by the Duke Gastroenterology division fellows for excellence in teaching.

GI Research Night Celebrates Ongoing Trainee Work With Poster Competition

The division of Gastroenterology hosted GI Research Night on April 9 at the University Club in Durham, drawing strong participation, celebrating the ongoing work and learning about GI-related science taking place across campus, and making new connections for researchers.

But the focus of the night was on GI trainees, whose work was highlighted by posters from students, residents, fellows, and post-docs. 

Faculty Promotions February 2024

Congratulations to the following faculty members for their recent appointment or promotion in the Department of Medicine.