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Medical Group / IPA


Medical School

Wright State University (Dayton, OH)


University of Illinois at Chicago


Nationwide Children’s (Pediatric Gastroenterology), Duke University (ERCP Training)

Board Certifications

Pediatric Gastroenterology




Dr. Tom K. Lin is a pediatric gastroenterologist who helps child patients with conditions of the gastrointestinal or digestive tract. As a healthcare professional, he received his medical degree from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, and has spent much of his time after graduating helping children.

As a pediatric gastroenterologist, Dr. Lin has experience with pancreaticobiliary disorders in children, infants, and adolescents. Besides helping children with these conditions as a healthcare professional/specialist, he has been featured in publications focusing on topics, such as post-conflict settings, pancreatitis, and small bowel imaging.


Double-balloon enteroscopy: Pediatric Experience
Lin TK, Erdman SH

Update to the management of pediatric acute pancreatitis: highlighting areas in need of research
 Abu-El-Haija M, Lin TK, Palermo JP

Management of ingested foreign bodies in children: a clinical report of the NASPGHAN Endoscopy Committee
Kramer RE, Lerner DG, Lin T, Manfredi M, Shah M, Stephen T, Tucker N, Gibbons TE,
Pall H, Sahn B, McOmber M, Zacur G, Friedlander J, Quiros AJ, Fishman DS, Mamula P

The Small Bowel: No Longer Beyond Our Reach
Lin TK

Advances in Pediatric Small Bowel Imaging
Lin TK

Variability in Pancreatitis Care in Pediatrics: A Single Institution's Survey Report
Abu-El-Haija M, Palermo JP, Fei L, Lin TK

Timing of Cholecystectomy in Children With Biliary Pancreatitis
Lin TK, Palermo JJ, Nathan JD, Tiao GM, Hornung LN, Fei L, Abu-El-Haija M

Medical management of duodenum inversum presenting with partial proximal intestinal obstruction in a pediatric patient.
Menchise AN, Mezoff EA, Lin TK, Saeed SA, Towbin AJ, White CM, Guiot AB, AbuEl-Haija M.

Image or scope: Magnetic resonance imaging and endoscopic testing for exocrine and endocrine pancreatic insufficiency in children.
Saad M, Vitale DS, Lin TK, Thapaliya S, Zhou Y, Zhang B, Trout AT, Abu-El-Haija M

Emergency care in post-conflict settings: a systematic literature review.
Werner K, Kak M, Herbst CH, Lin TK

Evaluation and Application of Drug Resistance by Biomarkers in the Clinical Treatment of Liver Cancer.
Huang PS, Wang LY, Wang YW, Tsai MM, Lin TK, Liao CJ, Yeh CT, Lin KH

Impact of the m.13513G>A Variant on the Functions of the OXPHOS System and Cell Retrograde Signaling.
Kidere D, Zayakin P, Livcane D, Makrecka-Kuka M, Stavusis J, Lace B, Lin TK, Liou CW, Inashkina I

Risk Factors for Post-ERCP Pancreatitis in Pediatric and Young Adult Patients.
Hassan AM, Lin TK, Smith MT, Hornung L, Abu-El-Haija M, Nathan JD, Vitale DS

Prevalence of Gastrointestinal Symptoms and Impact on Quality of Life at 1-Year Follow-Up of Initial Attack of Acute Pancreatitis.
Nasr A, Hornung L, Thompson T, Lin TK, Vitale DS, Nathan JD, Varni JW, Abu-El-Haija M

Chaperonin counteracts diet-induced non-alcoholic fatty liver disease by aiding sirtuin 3 in the control of fatty acid oxidation.
Weng SW, Wu JC, Shen FC, Chang YH, Su YJ, Lian WS, Tai MH, Su CH, Chuang JH, Lin TK, Liou CW, Chu TH, Kao YH, Wang FS, Wang PW

A Study on MDA5 Signaling in Splenic B Cells from an Imiquimod-Induced Lupus Mouse Model with Proteomics.
Su YJ, Li FA, Sheu JJ, Li SC, Weng SW, Shen FC, Chang YH, Chen HY, Liou CW, Lin TK, Chuang JH, Wang PW

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