For the last 25 years I have developed a research and clinical interest in the diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory bowel disease. I created the first Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at the Jewish General Hospital in Qubec a McGill University teaching hospital. I worked at a Scripps Clinic in California for over 10 years and became director there of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center and director of the fellowship program in gastroenterology and hepatology. I remain part of the inflammatory bowel disease group at Duke University. I also maintain clinical practice in the diagnosis and treatment of the whole spectrum of digestive problems and diseases. In my original training In gastroenterology I specialized in the early diagnosis of colon cancer through stool testing flexible sigmoidoscopy and colonoscopy. In subsequent years I was also involved in numerous studies in the treatment of peptic ulcer disease through medications. I also continue my original interest of early prevention and diagnosis of colon cancer with colonoscopy and other methods.
Dr. Martin Poleski, MD is a gastroenterology doctor who practices in Durham, NC. He is 69 years old and has been practicing for 44 years. Dr. Poleski is affiliated with Duke University Hospital and Duke Regional Hospital.