Welcome to the first post of our Meet the Editor series! These posts will introduce you to the Editorial team behind GIE.
Learn about our Editor-in-Chief, Glenn Eisen, MD, MPH, from the Oregon Clinic at the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon.
Endoscopedia: What are your GI areas of focus?
GE: Barrett’s, screening, epidemiology, and quality issues in endoscopy.
Endoscopedia: If you hadn’t gone into gastroenterology, what else would you have done?
GE: A sabermetrician. (Statistical analyst for baseball.)
Endoscopedia: What is one thing you would like Endoscopedia readers to know about you?
GE: Ian Gralnek and I are not the same person.
Endoscopedia: What accomplishment makes you most proud?
GE: My family.
Endoscopedia: What is your favorite vacation spot?
GE: Hawaii—any and all islands.
Endoscopedia: If you could only listen to one kind of music for the rest of your life, what would it be?
GE: Bruce Springsteen—the boss!
Endoscopedia: If you were stranded on an island, what one book would you bring?
GE: To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee.
Endoscopedia: If you could travel in time to a different time period, where would you go?
GE: The Renaissance.
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