Postgraduate Course

Session 1A: Functional Disorders

Saturday, October 6
8:00 AM - 9:40 AM
Location: Terrace Ballroom (level 400)

Category: Functional Bowel Disease

Brian E. Lacy

Professor of Medicine
Mayo Clinic
Jacksonville, Florida

Brian E. Lacy, PhD, MD, FACG, is currently Professor of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Prior to that he was Professor of Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School, and Director of the GI Motility Laboratory at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Dr. Lacy's clinical and basic science research interests focus on disorders of gastrointestinal motility, with an emphasis on irritable bowel syndrome, achalasia, dyspepsia, gastroparesis, acid reflux disease, constipation, intestinal pseudo-obstruction, and visceral pain. He is the author of numerous articles and textbook chapters on gastrointestinal motility disorders and functional bowel disorders. Dr. Lacy is a reviewer for a number of scientific journals and is a member of a number of different scientific organizations, including the ACG, AGA, and the American Motility Society. Dr. Lacy is the co-author of a book for the general public on acid reflux disease, "Healing Heartburn," is the author of "Making Sense of IBS," a book for the general public on irritable bowel syndrome, and also edited and authored the book, "Curbside Consultations in IBS" for physicians and other health care professionals. Dr. Lacy received his doctorate in cell biology from Georgetown University in Washington, DC, and his medical degree from the University of Maryland in Baltimore. Dr. Lacy was a resident in internal medicine at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center where he continued his training as Chief Resident and as a fellow in gastroenterology. He is board certified in gastroenterology and hepatology.


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