Carol Burke

Dr. Carol Burke, MD

About the Doctor

Dr. Carol Burke completed her medical school at The Ohio State University School of Medicine and Public Health and completed her residency at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Ohio. Dr. Burke completed his residency in Gastroenterology at the Cleveland Clinic in 1993. She has been on the professional staff ever since.

Dr. Carey is more interested in patient care and research in the field of colorectal polyp and cancer prevention. She is internationally recognized for her work in polyposis syndromes. She is the director of the center for colon polyps and cancer prevention. She is co-director of the Hereditary Cancer Clinic. It provides consultations for individuals with an inherited predisposition to cancer, including risk assessment, endoscopic assessment, and treatment.

Dr. Burke, who is the author of many articles and book chapters, is also featured in journals related to digestive system disease. She served as a committee member and committee chair at the American College of Gastroenterology, American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. Dr. Burke's areas of particular interest are colonic neoplasia, cholectal cancer screening strategies, colon cancer prevention, and colonoscopy.



Graduated School

The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health

Specialization School

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. Carol Burke work?

    She works in the gastroenterology department.

  • At which hospital does Carol Burke work?

    Dr. Carol works at - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus.

  • What diseases is Dr. Carol interested in?

    Dr. Carol specializes in diseases and treatments such as polypectomy, endoscopy, ııeoscopy, and colon polyps, fundic gland polyps, peutz-jeghers syndrome.

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