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Gregory Ackert

Clinical Instructor, Department of Medicine

Contact Info

516/466-2626

Education

1974-1978 — NYU Medical Center, Medical Education
1979-1980 — Long Island Jewish Medical Center (Internal Medicine), Internship
1980-1981 — Long Island Jewish Medical Center (Internal Medicine), Residency Training
1981-1983 — Long Island Jewish Medical Center (Gasteroenterology), Clinical Fellowships
1983-1984 — Long Island Jewish Medical Center (Medicine), Residency Training

Diphenylhydantoin-induced hepatotoxicity
Aaron, J S; Bank, S; Ackert, G. Diphenylhydantoin-induced hepatotoxicity [Case Report]. American journal of gastroenterology. 1985 Mar ;80(3):200-202 (808392)

CLINICAL VERSES CT FINDINGS AS AN INDICATION FOR REFEEDING AFTER ACUTE-PANCREATITIS
AARON, J; BANK, S; KUMARI, S; ROSENBLUM, G; ACKERT, G. CLINICAL VERSES CT FINDINGS AS AN INDICATION FOR REFEEDING AFTER ACUTE-PANCREATITIS. American journal of gastroenterology. 1985 ;80(10):847-847 (808412)

Prevention of experimental duodenal ulcer in the rat by sucralfate
Smolow, C R; Bank, S; Ackert, G; Anfang, C; Kranz, V. Prevention of experimental duodenal ulcer in the rat by sucralfate. Scandinavian journal of gastroenterology. Supplement. 1983 ;83:15-16 (808402)

EFFECT OF MAINTENANCE WITHDRAWAL ON THE SEVERITY AND RAPIDITY OF CYSTEAMINE-INDUCED DUODENAL-ULCERS (DU) IN THE RAT
BANK, S; ACKERT, G; ANFANG, C; SMOLOW, C; KRANZ, V; URIVETZKY, M. EFFECT OF MAINTENANCE WITHDRAWAL ON THE SEVERITY AND RAPIDITY OF CYSTEAMINE-INDUCED DUODENAL-ULCERS (DU) IN THE RAT. Gastroenterology. 1982 ;82(5):1012-1012 (808432)