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GI Fellowship

Helping

It’s an indescribable feeling, when we’re able to diagnose and treat an acute (or chronic!) illness. At times, we don’t have all of the answers.…
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New Year, New Fellows

Today, our program formally welcomed the new fellows! It’s so cliche, but I honestly feel like it was just yesterday I was the newbie being…
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Ramping Up Elective Scopes

Days like today feel good: a full schedule of elective diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopies. I really enjoyed and learned a lot today. Though the world…
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Procedures as a First Year Fellow

Every Gastroenterology fellowship program is different. Some let first year fellows (FYF) do more advanced therapeutics and others limit to the basics. One of my…
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About Me

Spencer C. Knox, MD

I am a second-year Gastroenterology Fellow at University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate Medical Center (Springfield, MA), and completed Internal Medicine residency training at Orlando Regional Medical Center (Orlando, FL), Orlando Health’s flagship 808-bed tertiary referral center. 

I graduated as a member of the Alpha Omega Phi Honor and Service Society from American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC), earning my MD in December 2014.

My goal is to provide modern, up-to-date medical care for patients seeking evaluation and management of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), liver disease, with special interest in celiac disease. I also have an interest in general gastroenterological care. In the (near) future, I hope to get involved in artificial intelligence (AI) as it applies to gastroenterology.

This website represents my account of Internal Medicine residency and Gastroenterology fellowship training, from the perspective of a new parent and tech fan.

Recent Posts

Back to Work

A long weekend with family and the baby were just what I needed to recharge my batteries. The older I get, the clearer some things…
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Independence Day

We’ll be at Lake George swimming and soaking up the rays with family. Have a safe and fun July 4th!
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July 4 and Family

My wife, baby, and I are driving to upstate NY to spend the long weekend with family. Really looking forward to some boating on Lake…
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Helping

It’s an indescribable feeling, when we’re able to diagnose and treat an acute (or chronic!) illness. At times, we don’t have all of the answers.…
Read More

New Year, New Fellows

Today, our program formally welcomed the new fellows! It’s so cliche, but I honestly feel like it was just yesterday I was the newbie being…
Read More

Ramping Up Elective Scopes

Days like today feel good: a full schedule of elective diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopies. I really enjoyed and learned a lot today. Though the world…
Read More