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Professional Statement

  • Harris Bearnot is a dedicated and compassionate gastroenterologist assisting his patients in New York City. Dr. Bearnot is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and is certified to practice gastroenterology. Dr. Bearnot is currently serving as a clinical instructor in the department of medicine’s gastroenterology division at the NYU Langone Medical Center. In addition, Dr. Bearnot provides services to his patients at the NYU Langone 35th Associates.
  • Dr. Bearnot attended New York University to receive her medical education. He then completed his internship and residency at the New York University’s Medical Center. Dr. Bearnot then completed her gastroenterology fellowship at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. His medical expertise includes endoscopies, colonoscopies, and colon cancer screenings.
  • Dr. Bearnot contributes to the medical community by performing medical research and compiling articles, such as the one he published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation. His research investigated the effect of biliary diversion on rat mesenteric lymph apolipoprotein.

Education & Training

  • Medical School - New York University
  • New York University Medical Center (Internship)
  • New York University Medical Center (Residency)
  • Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Fellowship in Gastroenterology

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Gastroenterology (Internal Medicine)

Awards and Publications

  • Publication: Effect of biliary diversion on rat mesenteric lymph apolipoprotein-I and high density lipoprotein Bearnot HR; Glickman RM; Weinberg L; Green PH; Tall AR 1982 Jan;69(1):210-217, Journal of clinical investigation — id: 19000, year: 1982, vol: 69, page: 210, stat: Journal Article

Language Spoken

  • English