Lisa B Malter

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Lisa Malter

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine
Director, Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program, Bellevue Hospital Center
Faculty Career Advisor, Violet Society Program

Contact Info

Address
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

646/501-6991
Lisa.Malter@nyumc.org


Focal full-thickness epidermal necrosis in association with adalimumab in a patient with ulcerative colitis
Fruchter, R; Lopatin, S; Malter, LB; Femia, AN. Focal full-thickness epidermal necrosis in association with adalimumab in a patient with ulcerative colitis [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of investigative dermatology. 2016 MAY;136(5):S26-S26 (2216182)

A longitudinal osce experience: A pilot of progressive testing to assess inflammatory bowel disease training for gastroenterology fellows
Lopatin, S; Balzora, S; Shah, B; Dikman, A; Jones, V; Gillespie, C; Zabar, S; Poles, M; Weinshel, E; Malter, L. A longitudinal osce experience: A pilot of progressive testing to assess inflammatory bowel disease training for gastroenterology fellows [Meeting Abstract]. Inflammatory bowel diseases. 2016 March 2016;22:S37-S37 (2049552)

Azathioprine induced sweet's syndrome in crohn's disease: An important distinction
Papademetriou, M; Kaplan, A; Pomeranz, M; Malter, L. Azathioprine induced sweet's syndrome in crohn's disease: An important distinction [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of gastroenterology. 2016 October 2016;Conference:(81st):S813- (2294192)

It's all in the history: Infectious mimics of inflammatory bowel disease
Quarta, G; Lopatin, S; Betesh, A; Malter, L; Gamagaris, Z. It's all in the history: Infectious mimics of inflammatory bowel disease [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of gastroenterology. 2016 October 2016;Conference:(81st):S824- (2294382)

Irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease overlap: Optimizing management through the use of an observed structured clinical examination
Zalkin, D; Cohen, C; Zabar, S; Kingsbery, J; Weinshel, E; Malter, L. Irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease overlap: Optimizing management through the use of an observed structured clinical examination [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of gastroenterology. 2016 October 2016;Conference:(81st):S287-S288 (2294212)