Brad Warner, M.D.

Brad Warner, M.D.

short bowel syndrome, intestinal adaptation, intestine, bowel resection, pediatric surgery, cell signalling, gene expression, prolifertaion, apoptosis, angiogenesis

Jessie L. Ternberg, MD, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Pediatric Surgery; Division Director of Pediatric Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine
Division of General Surgery

Surgery-Pediatric - certified
Surgery (General) - certified

Siteman Cancer Center
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital
St. Louis Children's Hospital

  • Keywords: short bowel syndrome, intestinal adaptation, intestine, bowel resection, pediatric surgery, cell signalling, gene expression, prolifertaion, apoptosis, angiogenesis

  • Research Description: Dr. Warner has a special interest in pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition including short bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease. His special interests also include pediatric solid tumors. Dr. Warner is happy to provide a second opinion to help answer your questions and confirm diagnosis and treatment options for families who have been told that their child needs a surgical procedure. Dr. Warner is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.