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Megan E. Gabel, M.D.

Megan E. Gabel, M.D.

Pediatrics , Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition

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About Me

I am interested in optimizing care for children and adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease. In addition, my clinical interest include looking after children with feeding difficulty and developmental delay. I enjoy all aspects of general pediatric gastroenterology

Certified Specialties

Pediatric Gastroenterology - American Board of Pediatrics

Pediatrics - American Board of Pediatrics

Faculty Appointments

Associate Professor (Part-Time) - Department of Pediatrics, Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (SMD)


Residency & Fellowship

Fellowship, Pediatric Gastroenterology, University of Rochester Medical Center. 2008 - 2011

Residency, Pediatrics, University of Rochester Medical Center. 2006 - 2008

Internship, Pediatrics, University of Rochester Medical Center. 2005 - 2006


MD | SUNY Upstate Medical University College of Medicine. 2005


Rochester Improvement Science Education (RISE) to the Transforming Outcomes in Pediatrics (TOP) Scholar. 2019

Medical education grant for advanced pediatric nutrition course. 2011

NASPGHAN Teaching and Tomorrow Recipient. 2006

Teaching and Tomorrow. 2006


~Understanding the immunologic component of acute live injury
~Participating as the local gastroenterology collaborator with the Autism Treatment Network, a network of treatment and research centers dedicated to improving medical care for children and adolescents with autism


Journal Articles

Overweight and cystic fibrosis: An unexpected challenge.

Gabel ME, Fox CK, Grimes RA, Lowman JD, McDonald CM, Stallings VA, Michel SH

Pediatric pulmonology.. 2021 November 5 Epub 11/05/2021.

Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Disease in Cystic Fibrosis.

Gabel ME, Galante GJ, Freedman SD

Seminars in respiratory and critical care medicine.. 2019 December 40 (6):825-841. Epub 10/28/2019.

Recurrent acalculous cholecystitis in a child with chronic granulomatous disease.

Sood V, Mohanty P, Gabel M, Weinberg GA

Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition.. 2015 February 60 (2):e11-2. Epub 1900 01 01.

Agitation and decreased oral intake in an adolescent with autism.

Mohanty PH, Gabel M

Pediatric annals.. 2012 June 41 (6):1-3. Epub 1900 01 01.

Effect of moderate intensity resistance training during weight loss on body composition and physical performance in overweight older adults.

Avila JJ, Gutierres JA, Sheehy ME, Lofgren IE, Delmonico MJ

European journal of applied physiology.. 2010 June 109 (3):517-25. Epub 02/19/2010.

Obesity in Adolescence, Part 2: Cardiometabolic Risks

Gabel M, Cook S.

Adolscent Heath Update. 2009; 21(2).

Detection of T lymphocytes specific for human endogenous retrovirus K (HERV-K) in patients with seminoma.

Rakoff-Nahoum S, Kuebler PJ, Heymann JJ, E Sheehy M, Ortiz GM, S Ogg G, Barbour JD, Lenz J, Steinfeld AD, Nixon DF

AIDS research and human retroviruses.. 2006 January 22 (1):52-6. Epub 1900 01 01.

The flurometric analysis of T-Lymphocyte Antigen Specific Lysis

Sheehy ME, McDermott AB, Furlan SN, Klenerman P, Nixon DF.

Journal of Immunologic Methods. 2001; 249: 99-110.

HUman Immunodeficiency virus type-1 (HIV) and cytomegalovirus (CMV) specific cytotoxic T cell (CTL) can persist at high fequency for prolonged periods in the absense of circulating CD4+ cell

Spiegel HML, Ogg GS, DeFalcon E, Sheehy ME, Monard S, Haslett P, Gillespie G, Nixon DF.

Journal of Virology. 2000; 74: 1018-1022.

The impact of early antiretroviral drug treatment initiation on the HIV-1 specific cytotoxic T cell response in HIV infected children

Spiegel HML, Chandwani, Sheehy ME, Rigaud M, Borkowsky W, Fennely G, Dobrowsky J, Wiznia A, Rosenberg DF, Nixon DF.

Journal of Infectious Disease. 2000; 182(1): 88-95.


Avery's Neonatology Board Review 1st Edition (2019)

Chapter: GI Development

Authors: Abell, R; Gabel, M

Publisher: Elsevier 2019

Avery's Neonatology Board Review 1st Edition (2019)

Chapter: GI Anomalies

Authors: Abell, R; Gabel, M

Publisher: Elsevier 2019

Avery's Neonatology Board Review 1st Edition (2019)

Chapter: Acquired disorders of GI tract

Authors: Abell, R; Gabel, M

Publisher: Elsevier 2019

Avery's Neonatology Board Review 1st Edition (2019)

Chapter: Liver disease, abdominal masses, ascites in the newborn

Authors: Abell, R; Gabel, M

Publisher: Elsevier 2019

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