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8230 Walnut Hill Lane
Suite 610
Dallas, TX 75231
Phone: 214.824.1730 | Fax: 214.821.7756

Peter M. Loeb, M.D.

Education

Medical:

M.D.
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas
1961-1965

Undergraduate:

B.A.
University of Texas at Austin, Texas in Plan II
Magna Cum Laude
1957-1961


Post Graduate Medical Training:

Internship:

Yale-New Haven Hospital
1965-1966

Residency:

Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas
1966-1967

Clinical Associate, Section on Gastroenterology, Metabolic Disease Branch, National Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic Disease, NIH, Bethesda. Maryland
1967-1969

Fellowship in Gastroenterology, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, California
1969-1971

 


Current Positions:

Clinical Professor of Medicine, Gastroenterology Staff. University of Texas Southwestern Medical School 1970-Present

Director, Gastroenterology Laboratory
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
1989-Present

Director, Therapeutic Endoscopy Training Program
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
1990-Present

Chief, Department of Gastroenterology
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
1998-2003

 


Appointments

Clinical Associate, Section on Gastroenterology, Metabolic Diseases Branch, National Institute of Arthritis & Metabolic Disease, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland
1967-1969

Trainee in Gastroenterology, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco, California
1969-1971

Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Diego, California
1971-1974

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Radiology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School; Chief, Gastroenterology, Veterans' Administration Hospital, Dallas, Texas; Attending Gastroenterologist, Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas
1975-1977

Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School; Gastroenterology Staff, Presbyterian Hospital; Attending Gastroenterologist, Dallas, Veterans' Administration Hospital and Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas
1977-1979

Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School; Gastroenterology Staff, Presbyterian Hospital and Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Texas
1979-Present

Director, Gastroenterology Laboratory, Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
1989-Present


Membership in Professional Organizations

American Gastroenterology Association
American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
Fellow of American College of Physicians
American Association for Study of Liver Diseases
Dallas County Medical Society
Texas Medical Association
American Medical Association
Texas Society for Gastroenterology and Endoscopy


Awards

Phi Beta Kappa
1960
Magna Cum Laude
1961
Alpha Omega Alpha
1964

Teaching Award, Gastroenterology; University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
1986

Internal Medicine Teaching Award; Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
1988

Teaching Award, Gastroenterology; University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
1988

Teaching Award (Katherine McArthur), Gastroenterology; University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
1998

Diplomate
National Board of Medical Examiners, 1966

Certified by American Board of Internal Medicine, 1972

Certified by American Board of Gastroenterology, 1972

Fellow, American College of Physicians, 1974
Offices and other committees

President, North Texas Gut Club
1983

Gastorenterology Editor, Dallas, County Medical Journal
1985-1992

Medical Advisory Board, Parkland Hospital
1984-1988

President, Attending Staff, Parkland Hospital
1987-1988

Patient Care Committee, American Gastroenterological Association
1987-1990; 1995-1997

American Society of Gastroenterology: Nominating Committee
2002

American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: CRES Executive Council
1995-1996

Director, Resident Review Committee; Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
2003-Present

Human Research Committee; Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas
1989-Present

Resident Review Committee for Gastroenterology; University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
1998-Present


BIBLIOGRAPHY

1.Wilson JD and Loeb PM:Estrogen and androgen control of cell biosynthesis in target

organs.In Development and Metabolic Control Mechanisms and Neoplasia.Williams &

Wilkins, Baltimore, pp. 375-391, 1965.

2.Mudd SH, Edwards WA, Loeb PM et al:Homocystinuria due to cystathionine syntase deficiency, the effect of pyridoxine.J Clin Invest 49:1762, 1970.

3.Loeb PM, Strober W, Falchuk ZM et al:Incorporation of L?Leucine14 into immunoglobulins by jejunal biopsies of patients with celiac sprue and other gastrointestinal diseases.J Clin Invest 50:559, 1971.

4.Glickman MG, Szemes G, Loeb PM et al:Peptic ulcer of the pyloric region.Amer J Roent 113:147, 1971.

5.Loeb Pm and Sleisenger MH:Diverticular Disease of the Colon, in Gastrointestinal Disease.M. H. Sleisenger and J. S. Fordtran (Eds.), W. B. Saunders, Philadelphia, pp. 1415-1429, 1973.

6.Loeb PM, Wheeler HO, Berk RN:Endoscopic pancreatocholangio-graphy in diagnosis of biliary tract disease.Surgical Clinics of N.A., Vol. 53, pp. 1009-1018, October 1973.

7.Berk RN, Goldberger LE, Loeb PM:The role of bile salts in the hepatic excretion of iopanoic acid.Invest Radiol 9:7, January-February 1974.

8.Berk RN, Loeb PM, Goldberger LE et al:Oral cholecysto- graphy with iopanoic acid.N Engl J Med 290:208-210, 1974.

9.Berk RN, Loeb PM, Miado YS:Carcinoma of the gastric stump.J Canad Asoc Radiol 25:127, June 1974.

10.Loeb PM, Berk RN, Staltzstein S:Paracolic fistula of the colon in diverticulitis.Gastroenterology 67:720, October 1974.

11.Paul A, Trier JS, Dalton DM, Camp RD, Loeb PM, and Goyal RK: The histological spectrum of Barrett's esophagus.N Engl J Med 295-476-480, 1976.

12.Berk RN, Loeb PM:Pharmacology and physiology of thebiliary radiographic contrast material.Seminars in Roentgenol 11:147-156, 1976.

13.Loeb PM, Barnhart J, Berk RN et al:The dependence of the biliary excretion of iopanoic acid on bile salts.Gastro-enterology 74:174-181, 1978.

14.Loeb PM:Diverticular Disease of the colon.In Gastro-intestinal Disease, 2nd Edition, M. H. Sleisenger and J. S. Fordtran (Eds.).Pp. 1745-1770, 1978.

15.Dickerman RM, Loeb PM, Fry WJ:Acute and subacute pancreatitis.Role of surgery and endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography.Arch Surg 115:552, 1980.

16.Smith JS, Corbett DB, Loeb PM, Peterson WL:Oral Cholecysto- graphy in the Early Phase of Acute Alcoholic Pancreatitis.A Prospective, Randomized Comparison of Telepaque and Bilopaque. Invest Radiol 17:629-633, 1982.

17.Loeb PM, Eisenstein AM:Caustic Injury to the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract.Gastrointestinal Diseases, Third Edition, M. H. Sleisenger and J. S. Fordtran (Eds.). Pp. 148-154, 1983.

18.Roman RJ, Loeb PM:Massive Colonic Dilatation as Initial Presentation of Mesenteric Vein Thrombosis.Digestive Disease and Science 32:323-326, 1987.

19.Loeb PM, Eisenstein AM:Caustic Injury to the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract.Gastrointestinal Diseases, Fourth Edition, M. H. Sleisenger and J. S. Fordtran (Eds.). 1988.

20.Little KH, Loeb PM:Choledochal Cyst - Case Report and Review of the Literature.Southern Medical Journal, 82:295-258, 1989.

21.Earnest DL, Loeb PM et al:Guidelines for training in gallstone lithotripsy.

Annals of Internal Medicine, 114:977-978, 1991.

22.Loeb PM, Bilhartz LE, Brandabur JJ:Update in Gastroenterology, Treatment of

Cholelithiasis, 77:21-22, 1991.

23.Loeb PM, Eisenstein AM:Caustic Injury to the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract.Gastrointestinal Diseases, Fifth Edition, M. H. Sleisenger and J. S. Fordtran (Eds.). 1993.

24.Loeb PM, Nunez M:Caustic Injury to the Upper Gastro-intestinal Tract.Gastrointestinal Diseases, Sixth Edition, M. H. Sleisenger and J. S. Fordtran (Eds.). 2002.


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