Vincent Chen, MD, MS
I completed my undergraduate studies at Amherst College, followed by medical school at Harvard Medical School, residency at Stanford Healthcare, and gastroenterology/hepatology fellowships at the University of Michigan (completed June 2020). My clinical practice is primarily in general hepatology and endoscopy, and my research interests focus on using “big data” with genetics and machine learning to predict risk of complications among patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Genetic association analysis of Biobank data, Genetics and Outcomes, Genetics of Obesity
Artificial Intelligence | Bioinformatics | Data science / Analytics / AI | Diabetes and management | Genetics / Genomics / other OMICS | Health outcomes | Medical decision making | Obesity | Social Determinants of Health | next-gen genomic sequencing
- Long term quality of life among patients with neoplastic Barrett's esophagus following endoscopic therapy compared to esophagectomy.
- A Dual-Filtration System for Single-Cell Sequencing of Circulating Tumor Cells and Clusters in HCC
- Accuracy of International Classification of Diseases-10 Codes for Cirrhosis and Portal Hypertensive Complications
- Co-investigator of: Liquid Biopsy for Prognosis of Late Stage HCC via Circulating Tumor Cells
- Principal investigator of: Integrating genetic and environmental risk factors for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
- Principal investigator of: Integrating genetic and environmental factors to predict risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease