Adam F Steinlauf, MD
- SENIOR FACULTY | Medicine, Gastroenterology
Dr. Steinlauf received his B.A. from Brandeis University. He graduated Cum Laude in 1987 and was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. He received his medical degree from the State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn (Downstate Medical School), and graduated Cum Laude in 1991. He received his residency training in the department of Internal Medicine at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center from 1991-1994. After completing his residency training, he was appointed Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Columbia University School of Medicine and Assistant Attending, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center from 1994-1995 where he practiced Internal Medicine. He then received his Gastroenterology fellowship training at Yale University from 1995-1998. From 1998-2001, Dr. Steinlauf was in private practice in New Jersey, and in 2001, he joined the gastroenterology practice of Drs. Daniel Present, Mark Chapman, and James Marion.
Dr. Steinlauf is fully trained in all aspects of gastroenterology but sub specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of the inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), ulcerative colitis and Crohn -?s disease. In addition, Dr. Steinlauf is extensively involved in the study of new and exciting research protocols which will hopefully lead to a better understanding of IBD and improve on current management strategies.
MD, S.U.N.Y., Health Science Center
Internship, Internal Medicine, Columbia University
Residency, Internal Medicine, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Ctr.
Fellowship, Gastroenterology, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Current protocols in progress for Ulcerative Colitis include: Rosiglitazone, the probiotic VSL#3, Visilizumab, and Luekocytapharesis.
Current protocols for in progress for Crohn -?s disease include: extracorporeal photoimmune therapy with UVADEX, Sargrostim (Leukine), anti-IL-12, Adalimumab, Visilizumab and high dose asacol.
Steinlauf AF, Traube M. Esophageal Reflux and Anesthetic Risk: Proton Pump Inhibitors and Other New Agents. Anesthesiol Clin North America: Annual of Anesthetic Pharmacology 1998;(2): 17-36.
Steinlauf AF, Traube M, Neitlich JD, Cooney EL. Clostridium difficile Colitis: A Possible Cause of Unexplained Elevation of Serum Alkaline Phosphatase Levels in Patients with AIDS. Clin Infect Dis 1998 May; 26(5): 1248-9.
Steinlauf AF, Garcia-Tsao G, Zakko MF, Dickey K, Gupta T, Groszmann RJ. Low Dose Midazolam Sedation: An Option For Patients Undergoing Serial Hepatic Venous Pressure Measurements. Hepatology 1999 Apr; 29(4): 1070-3.
Steinlauf AF, Chan PK, Traube M. Gastrointestinal Complications. In: Burrow GN, Duffy TP, Copel JA, editors. Medical Complications During Pregnancy. 6th ed. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders Co.; 2004. pp259-278.
Steinlauf AF, Present DH. Medical Management of the Pregnant Patient with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Gastroenterol Clin North Am. 2004 Jun; 33(2): 361-85.