Professional Interests: Dr. Sninsky possesses an innovative spirit and creativity at the interface of the lab and clinical medicine and has taken courses designed to develop future clinical researchers. Working to translate physiology to patient outcomes is exceedingly rewarding in its potential to alter prognosis in a potentially curable cohort of patients. Ultimately, Dr. Sninsky sees himself working in an academic setting splitting his time between clinical work and translational research. He describes gastroenterology as a true microcosm of internal medicine, necessitating a deep understanding of topics ranging from infectious disease to autoimmune pathways and malignancy.
Personal Interests: backpacking, foreign travel and languages, fitness, carving, basketball, grilling
Education and Training
- Undergraduate Degree: Vanderbilt University, Anthropology & Spanish
- Medical Degree: University of Florida College of Medicine
- Residency: Barnes Jewish Hospital
- Fellowship: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Gastroenterology