Katherine Garman MD

Associate Professor of Medicine; Vice Chief for Research, GI, Duke University School of Medicine


Garman, MD, MHS is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke

University in the GI Division and in Duke's Molecular Physiology

Institute. She serves as Vice Chief of Research in the

GI Division, and she is co-lead for Duke Cancer Institute's Cancer Risk,

Detection, and Interception (CRDI) Program. She is a fellow of the

American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) and a graduate of the AGA

Future Leader's Program. Her interest in ergonomics emerged after

attending the AGA Women's Leadership conference and she served on the

AGA's Ergonomics Task Force. While Katie spends most of her time as

basic and translational researcher, she is also an endoscopist and an

advocate for injury prevention in gastroenterologists.