G.S. Raju, MD, FACG, FASGE, is the CME Editor and Co-Editor of VideoGIE. He joins us from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.
Endoscopedia: What are your GI areas of focus?
GSR: Colon cancer prevention.
Endoscopedia: What is your favorite part about working on the Journal?
GSR: Working with an excellent group of endoscopists who volunteer their time to serve others – they taught me a lot.
Endoscopedia: If you hadn’t gone into gastroenterology, what else would you have done?
GSR: Played with pixels at Pixar!
Endoscopedia: What is one thing you would like Endoscopedia readers to know about you?
GSR: I encourage the philosophy of following your dreams.
Endoscopedia: What accomplishment makes you most proud?
GSR: My schooling from Bhimavaram to Boston and surviving it – God only knows how!
Endoscopedia: What is your favorite vacation spot?
GSR: Palo Alto.
Endoscopedia: If you could only listen to one kind of music for the rest of your life, what would it be?
GSR: Sai Bhajan.
Endoscopedia: If you were stranded on an island, what one book would you bring?
GSR: Team of Rivals.
Endoscopedia: If you could travel in time to a different time period, where would you go?
GSR: Whenever the underdogs took control!
Endoscopedia: What is the most unusual thing about you?
GSR: Wanted to serve in a missionary hospital; God planned it at MD Anderson Cancer Center.
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