Shelby Sullivan MDAssistant Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology; Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri
Dr. Sullivan is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine since July of 2007. She graduated from Washington University School of Medicine in 2001, and completed her internal medicine residency there in 2004. Dr. Sullivan also pursued training in Gastroenterology as a fellow in GI at Washington University School of Medicine, which she completed in June of 2007. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Science in Clinical Investigation at Washington University School of Medicine.
Dr. Sullivan is an ad hoc reviewer for American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, European Journal of Nutrition, Obesity, and PLOS ONE. She is currently a member of the American Gastroenterological Association, the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and The Obesity Society.
She has written chapters and editorial reviews, co-authored and authored abstracts and peer-reviewed publications, and participates in lectureships.
Dr. Sullivan was a consultant to Aspire Bariatrics (ended 11/2018), USGI Medical (ended 12/2018), GI Dynamics (ended 7/2019), Spatz FGIA (ended 9/2018), Phenomix Sciences (ended 5/2020) and is currently a consultant to Allurion Technologies, Elira Therapeutics, Endo Tools Therapeutics, Nitinotes Surgical, and Obalon Therapeutics. Dr. Sullivan has performed contracted research for Aspire Bariatrics (ongoing), Obalon Therapeutics (ongoing), Allurion Technologies (ended 12/2019), Elira Therapeutics (ended 5/2019) Finch Therapeutics (ongoing) and ReBiotix (ongoing). Dr. Sullivan has received stock warrants from Elira Therapeutics.
Recent Contributions to PracticeUpdate:
- Improvements in Health Parameters After Endoscopic Sleeve Gastroplasty
- A Critical Review of the Intragastric Balloon for Weight Loss
- Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis Is the Second Leading Etiology of Liver Disease Among Adults Awaiting Liver Transplantation in the United States
- Nutritional Indicators for Gastrointestinal Symptoms in Female Runners