Robert Enns, MD, is an Associate Editor and joins us from St. Paul’s Hospital at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada where he is a Clinical Professor.
Endoscopedia: What are your GI areas of focus?
RE: Therapeutic Endoscopy.
Endoscopedia: What is your favorite part about working on the Journal?
RE: Marveling at the innovative endoscopy being done around the world and hearing about it at an early stage.
Endoscopedia: If you hadn’t gone into gastroenterology, what else would you have done?
RE: Invasive anything (probably cardiology).
Endoscopedia: What is one thing you would like Endoscopedia readers to know about you?
RE: I’m evidence that a “normal” clinical based GI can still participate in high level academic endoscopy.
Endoscopedia: What accomplishment makes you most proud?
RE: 30 years of marriage (same woman).
Endoscopedia: What is your favorite vacation spot?
RE: Okanogan Lakes in British Columbia.
Endoscopedia: If you could only listen to one kind of music for the rest of your life, what would it be?
RE: Not Rap.
Endoscopedia: If you could travel in time to a different time period, where would you go?
RE: Forward 50 years.
Endoscopedia: What is the most unusual thing about you?
RE: Allergic to wine (but still manage).
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