Leader in Medicine

Razvan Arsenescu

MD

Dr. Arsenescu is chief of the Atlantic Digestive Health Institute and co-director of the Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Center at Morristown Medical Center. Having more than 20 years of diverse experience in gastroenterology, Dr. Arsenescu specializes in inflammatory bowel disease and is an international expert in Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. He is affiliated with Atlantic Health System and provides a comprehensive care plan through a multidisciplinary approach to the treatment of IBD.

Dr. Arsenescu completed his internal medicine training at SUNY/Stony Brook, and his gastroenterology fellowship at the University of Iowa. His PhD focused on microbiology, immunology and genetics. He has been conducting numerous basic and clinical research studies with high relevance to gut mucosal immunology, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and celiac sprue.

He has established a clinical program for gut microbiota transplant at Morristown Medical Center and is working with other investigators to extend the indications of this form of treatment. He has published extensively in the area of IBD and has presented his research data at numerous national and international conferences. He is a highly sought-after speaker in various topics in basic and clinical sciences related to inflammatory bowel diseases.

Source: Atlantic Health System

Chief of the Atlantic Digestive Health Institute and Co-director of the Inflammatory Bowel Diseases Center at Morristown Medical Center

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  • Dr. Razvan shares over 20 years of expertise in Gastroenterology.

Source: Atlantic Health System