John G. Lieb II MD, FASGE

Dr. Lieb is an Assistant Professor of Clinical at the University of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia VA where he practices advanced endoscopy and medical pancreatology.  Dr. Lieb will be joining Drexel University shortly and  trained under Phillip Toskes and Chris Forsmark at the University of Florida where he completed standard GI fellowship under a T32 award, an advanced endoscopy fellowship , and the first year of a masters in clinical investigation.   At the University of Florida Dr. Lieb focused his training on pancreatic disorders and is trained to perform classical secretin stimulation testing on the pancreas.  Dr. Lieb completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and his Medical School and undergraduate training at Johns Hopkins University.

Dr. Lieb’s current interests include the early diagnosis of chronic pancreatitis, further refinement and characterization of the role of secretin stimulation testing, pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy optimization and development, interventional endoscopy, optimizing management of severe acute pancreatitis, and management of relapsing pancreatitis.

Dr. Lieb has been involved with the National Pancreas Foundation since 2006.  In fact the very first NPF fellows retreat in Dedham, Mass. was a huge influence on Dr. Lieb’s career choice.   He has been the co-chair of the NPF fellows retreat since 2009.