Allyson N. Wyatt, MD
Dr. Wyatt enjoys seeing children with a wide spectrum of GI illnesses including gastroesophageal reflux, constipation and functional disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome. She enjoys forming trusting relationships with patients and their families and appreciates that every child is different. She believes that good communication and education about the disease process is essential in navigating the evaluation and treatment plan. In particular, her clinical and research interests center on Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis.
Niehaus J, Meidel M, Good M, Wyatt A, Pak S, Silverman G, Luke C. “SERPINB12 is a slow-binding inhibitor of granzyme A and hepsin.” Biochemistry 2015; 54(45):6756-9.
Wu A, Alessi L, Wyatt A, Srinath, A. “Multiple magnet ingestion leading to intestinal fistula in an autistic 13 year old female.” Annals of Pediatric Child Health 2015; 3(2): 1046.
Wahlmuller F, Furtmuller M, Geiger M. The Serpin Family: Proteins with Multiple Functions in Health and Disease. Springer, 2015. Chapter - Serpins in Caenorhabditis elegans.
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