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Joseph Murray MD

Joseph A. Murray MD

Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, Minnesota

Dr. Murray studied medicine at National University of Ireland and internal medicine/gastroenterology training at Trinity College and Beaumont Hospital (Dublin) and the University of Iowa.  Dr. Murray was on the faculty of University of Iowa (1990-1998) before joining the Division of Gastroenterology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN in 1998, becoming Professor of Medicine in 2004.  Dr. Murray has strong background/experience in basic/clinical gastroenterology, and his work spans basic/translational research in celiac disease focusing on immunology, genetics of the disease and immune responses to food and microbiota.  He is president of North American Society for the Study of Celiac Disease.


Dr. Murray reports the following: Grants from Nexpep/ImmusanT, National Institutes of Health, Immunogenix, Takeda Pharmaceutical, Allakos, ProventionBio, Oberkotter Foundation, and 9Meters, Inc.; Contract (to institution) from Kanyos Bio (a wholly owned subsidiary of Anokion); and consultancy fees from Johnson and Johnson, Bristol Myers Squibb, Intrexon Corporation, Dren Bio, Neoleukin, Reistone pharma, Immunic Therapeutics, Senda Biosciences, Brightseed Bio, Chugai Pharma, Alimentiv, Equillium, Ukko, Vial Health Technologies and has received royalties from Torax Medical and Evelo.