|Faculty liaison for gastroenterology elective (Winthrop University Internal Medicine Department)|
Center for Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Winthrop Gastroenterology Associates, PC
222 Station Plaza North, Suite 428
Mineola, NY 11501
Winthrop University Hospital
259 First St., First Floor
Mineola, NY 11501
To schedule a procedure, please call (516) 663-2066
Internal Medicine, 2006
|Medical School:||Mt. Sinai School of Medicine|
|Internship:||Mt. Sinai School of Medicine|
|Residency:||Mt. Sinai School of Medicine|
|Fellowship:||Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania|
American Gastroenterological Association
American College of Gastroenterology
Inflammatory bowel disease management
Colon cancer screening
B.D. Radbill, R. Gupta, M.C. Ramirez, A. Difeo, J.A. Martignetti, C.E. Alvarez, S.L. Friedman, G. Narla, R. Vrabie, R. Bowles, Y. Saiman, M.B. Bansal. Loss of matrix-metalloproteinase-2amplifies murine toxin-induced liver fibrosis by upregulating collagen I expression. Digestive Diseases Science. 2010 Jun 19. [Epub ahead of print]
R. Vrabie, V. Ravitsky, T.W. Faust. Organ Transplantation and Retransplantation: Medical and Ethical Considerations. Penn Center Guide to Bioethics, Springer Publishing Company, 2009.
R. Vrabie, F.Aberra. Prescribing an antibiotic? Don’t forget the probiotic. Gastroenterology. 2009 Nov;137(5):1846-7.
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