I was born and raised in New York graduating from Duke University in 1989 and then the Yale University School of Medicine in 1993 where I served as class president and was named a Farr Scholar for %"superior performance leadership integrity and intellectual honesty in pursuit of medical knowledge at Yale. Following residency and fellowship training in the Harvard system I joined the gastroenterology faculty at Duke University Medical Center in 1999 and was honored in 2003 with the Paul G. Killenberg Fellow Teaching Award in Gastroenterology. I have authored numerous journal articles and book chapters in the fields of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and was named one of Americas Top Physicians by the Consumers Research Council of America. I am an active member of the American Gastroenterology Association and the American College of Gastroenterology. I am married to Dr. Susan Spratt and am blessed with three wonderful children.
Dr. David Tendler, MD is a gastroenterology doctor who practices in Durham, NC. He is 49 years old and has been practicing for 24 years. Dr. Tendler is affiliated with Duke Regional Hospital.