U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
 

 Contact Info

 
Tel: 301-451-4524
Email: dooe@niddk.nih.gov
 

 Select Experience

 
  • FellowshipNIDDK, NIH2002
  • FellowshipUniversity of California at Los Angeles1995
  • ResidencyThe New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center1993
  • M.D.Cornell University Medical College1990
  • M.S.Stanford University1985

Edward Doo, M.D.

Program Director, Division of Digestive Diseases and Nutrition

Current Responsibilities and Activities

As a program director for the Liver Diseases Research Branch, I administer a basic research grant portfolio that encompasses liver injury, repair, fibrosis, and inflammation; clinical research and clinical trials; fatty liver disease; the genetics of liver diseases; viral hepatitis and infectious diseases; and pediatric liver diseases.  I encourage research proposals that advance our knowledge of liver disease pathophysiology on a cellular level that can be translated to improve our understanding of liver diseases and lead to improved diagnosis and treatment of the underlying liver condition.

I am a project officer or scientist for studies in pediatric liver transplantation, hepatitis B, fatty liver disease, and acute liver failure.

​Research Programs

Gastrointestinal, Nutrition, and Liver Research in HIV/AIDS
The Gastrointestinal, Nutrition, and Liver Research in HIV/AIDS program supports research to understand intestinal, hepatic, and biliary dysfunction, along with nutritional disorders associated with HIV/AIDS

Genetic Metabolic Disease
This program supports basic and clinical research that addresses the pathophysiology and treatment of inborn errors of metabolism and rare genetic metabolic diseases, including lipodystrophy, maturity onset diabetes of the young (MODY), Primary Hyperoxaluria, systemic amyloidosis and porphyria.

Liver Clinical Research and Epidemiology
The Liver Clinical Research and Epidemiology program supports patient-oriented clinical research and epidemiological research in liver diseases

Translational and Basic Liver Disease Research
This program supports both translational and basic research on liver physiology and pathophysiology and liver diseases

Current Committee Memberships

  • Diabetes Complications CommitteeMember
  • Translational Working GroupMember
  • Minority Affairs Advisory CommitteeMember