Current Fellows
Third Year Emily Dietle, MD   
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Research Interests
Liver and Intestinal Transplant 

Ongoing projects

Research project: Long term outcomes of intestinal transplant in children with Microvillous Inclusion Disease

QI projectImproving Transition of care for adolescents with history of intestinal and/or liver transplant

Getting to know Dr. Dietle

I first learned to love GI when caring for children with biliary atresia and short bowel syndrome during my acting internship as a medical student. I love the continuity and relationships with the patients as well as the opportunity to work inpatient, outpatient, and on procedures. I also love working with students and residents and sharing my love for GI. After graduation I plan to stay at UNMC and complete a Hepatology Fellowship.      

Third Year Ahmad Miri, MD

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Research Interests
Small bowel transplantation, short bowel syndrome, eosinophilic esophagitis and nutrition. 

Ongoing projects

Research project: Long term nutritional outcome post small bowel transplantation.

Getting to know Dr. Miri

My interest in Pediatric Gastroenterology came from my passion in hands-on procedures and  managing various gastrointestinal diseases. Pediatric GI is very dynamic because it has the perfect mix of different health care sittings  including  inpatient, outpatient, procedure, medical education and research so the risk of developing routine in future medical career is less likely.  My individual interests including Intestinal failure, Eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders, IBD as well as medical education. In my spare time, I enjoy having fun with my wife and kids, reading, cooking and traveling.

Second Year Alvaro Flores, MD

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Ongoing projects

Case report: Diagnosis of diffuse vascular malformations in a child with Turner syndrome by surgically assisted push enteroscopy.

Case report: Anaphylaxis to soy milk and to extensively hydrolyzed formula in an infant.

Retrospective cohort study of children with obesity and elevated liver enzymes, Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease( NAFLD) and Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) followed at Children's Hospital and Medical Center (CHMC) Omaha from December 2009 to December 2019.

QI project: Improving Telehealth in the Weight & Wellness program during COVID era

First Year Scheherzade Aslam, MD

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First Year Morgan Dreesen, MD

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ERAS is now open for GI fellowship applications. We will have two spots for the July 2021 season. ERAS Sign in