Craig S. Lammert

Craig S. Lammert, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Bio

I am a tenure track Assistant Professor, practicing hepatologist, and translational researcher in autoimmune liver disorders. During my fellowship at Mayo Clinic, I received mentorship from Dr. Kostas Lazaridis, a prominent hepatogenomics expert focusing on cholestatic liver disorders such as primary biliary cholangitis and primary sclerosing cholangitis.  Upon arriving at IU, I started to focus on autoimmune hepatitis as it was related to some of my earlier research in drug induced liver inmjury and primary biliary cholangitis and also because there are many knowledge gaps. I have establish a prospective observational study of well phenotyped patients with AIH and have been able to invest energy into novel approaches to recruit patients with rare diseases such as AIH into research studies. I have also established the Autoimmune Hepatitis Association (http://www.aihep.org/) which is a not-for-profit organization committed to advancing the lives of patients with AIH through education, advocacy and research.

 

Key Publications

1. Lammert C, Comerford M, Love J, Bailey JR. Investigation Gone Viral: Application of the Social Mediasphere in Research. Gastroenterology. 2015 Oct;149(4):839–43. PMCID: PMC4827767.

2. Kulanthaivel A, Fogel R, Jones J, Lammert C. Digitial Cohorts Within the Social Mediome: An Approach to Circumvent Conventional Research Challenges? Clinical Journal of Hep. 2017 May;15(5):614-618. PMCID: PMC5407392.

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Titles & Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine