Jeremy Glissen Brown
Assistant Professor of Medicine

Dr. Jeremy Glissen Brown is a Gastroenterologist and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Duke University and Duke University Medical Center. He graduated from the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University where he was inducted into the AOA Honor Society and the Gold Humanism Honor Society. He also received several awards during his time as a medical student, including the Thomas M. Durant Prize and the Leslie Squires Compassion in Medicine Award. He went on to complete his Internal Medicine residency, and Gastroenterology fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a teaching hospital of Harvard University. During his time at Beth Israel he was awarded the Elmer Hinton Award, awarded to one intern and one resident per year in recognition of outstanding physician-patient relationships at the hospital. During his fellowship, he completed a Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and he also was on a T-32 research grant. He is excited to be a member of the Duke community.

Current Research Interests

Dr. Glissen Brown’s research focuses on the implementation of deep learning and artificial intelligence algorithms in clinical gastroenterology and endoscopy. He has several publications in this field, including more than 10 first-author or senior-author publications and has published in CGH, JCG, Gastroenterology, Gut, Nature Biomedical Engineering, EIO and GIE. He is active in the community through education and research. He is always interested in potential collaborators, including collaborators in engineering, computer science, industry and clinical medicine.

Current Appointments & Affiliations

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