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James M. Stormont, M.D.

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Office: (585) 758-0209

Fax: (585) 340-1099

Biography

Professional Background

2004  Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medicine, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Strong Memorial Hospital Active Attending Staff without admitting privileges, Rochester General Hospital Staff Inactive/Emeritus, Highland Hospital, Honorary Courtesy without admitting privileges.
 

Credentials

Faculty Appointments

Specialties

  • Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine

Education

1948
BS | Yale University
Pre-Medical

1951
MD | Columbia Univ Coll P&s
Medicine

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

09/01/1951 - 06/30/1953
Internship in at University of Rochester Medical Center

09/01/1955 - 06/30/1956
Residency in Internal Medicine at University of Rochester Medical Center

09/01/1956 - 06/30/1958
Fellowship in Internal Medicine at Boston City Hospital

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Awards

1997 - Present
Outstanding Leadership Award American Liver Foundation Washington, D.C.

1994 - Present
Man of Decade Award American Liver Foundation

1975 - Present
Award of Merit Rochester Academy of Medicine

1952 - Present
Diplomat National Board of Medical Examiners

1950 - Present
A.O.A Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

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Publications

Journal Articles

1/1990
Stowe SP, Redmond SR, Stormont JM, Shah AN, Chessin LN, Segal HL, Chey WY. "An epidemiologic study of inflammatory bowel disease in Rochester, New York. Hospital incidence." Gastroenterology.. 1990 Jan 0; 98(1):104-10.

1989
Hamilton DL, Stormont JM. "The volcano sign of appendiceal mucocele." Gastrointestinal endoscopy.. 1989 35(5):453-6.

1982
Chessin, L.N.; Emilson, K.A.; Segal, H.L.; Sardisco, E.J.; Stormont, J.M.; Sotwe, S.P.; and Chey, W.Y. "The Incidence of Campylobacter Fetus Subspecies Jejuni Infection In Patients With Inflammatory Bowel Disease." Gastroenterology. 1982; 8.2: 1032.

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