Dr. Gregory Harmon was raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles. He studied Molecular Biology and History at the University of California San Diego, graduating with honors and election to Phi Beta Kappa. He studied medicine in Chicago and returned to UCSD for specialty training in Gastroenterology. He has practiced in Southern California since 2005. Dr. Harmon is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the UCLA School of Medicine, where he directed the celiac disease and gastrointestinal nutrition programs. He has provided continuing medical education lectures at numerous Southern California hospitals. His research experience includes working with the RAND Corporation to study health care quality and scientific laboratories to understand the molecules of inflammation. His publications appear in top-tier scientific journals. Dr. Harmon’s clinical interests include colonoscopy, inflammatory bowel disease, and nutrition. His goal is to help each patient achieve optimal personalized health.
Education & Experience
University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine
Northwestern University School of Medicine, McGaw
Internal Medicine, Northwestern University School of Medicine, McGaw
Post Graduate Gastroenterology and Hepatology,
University of California, San Diego