Meet a Graduate
Dr Mullin graduated from UB’s online Nutrition Master’s Program in 1993 “UB’s Master’s Program in Nutrition is a national leader in nutrition education which prepares professionals to excel in the field!”
Gerard E. Mullin, MD is an internist, gastroenterologist and nutritionist who is the only physician in the USA board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine for Gastroenterology, American Society of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition, American College of Nutrition and the American Board of Nutrition Physician Specialist. He is presently director of Integrative GI Nutrition Services at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Mullin has become renowned nationally and internationally for his work on Integrative Gastroenterology and Nutrition. He has accumulated over 15 years of clinical experience in the field of Integrative Gastroenterology and has earned a master’s degree in nutrition while in practice. Dr. Mullin is an associate editor for the journal; Integrative Medicine: a Clinicians Journal. He is also recently been selected by Dr. Andrew Weil to serve as a senior editor for the first book for physicians on Integrative Gastroenterology by Oxford Press. He is also co-editor of tow other nutrition books; one for CRC Press and the other for the American Dietetic Association. He is under contract for a book for the public on his personal approach to nutrition in digestive disorders.
His biography has been included in Marquis Who’s Who in the World and in Marquis Who’s Who in America numerous times. His contributions and discoveries have led to numerous awards and his continued selection as one of America’s Top Physician’s by Consumer’s Research Council of America since 2004. Dr. Mullin has become an authority in the fields of Integrative Gastroenterology and Nutrition and he has lectured nationally and internationally on these subjects. Due to his numerous contribution to nutrition, he is the youngest physician to be named an honorary member of the American Dietetic Association.
Dr. Mullin’s writing and communications skills are diverse in both the medical and lay communities. He has been interviewed on radio and television and has contributed to stories in The New York Times, the Associated Press, Newsday, Martha Stewart Living, Rodale Press, Consumers’ Digest, Prevention Magazine, O The Oprah Magazine, Natural Health Magazine, Cooking Light, Women’s World, First for Women, The Lady’s Home Journal and SELF Magazine.