John Pohl

John F. Pohl MD is a pediatric gastroenterologist and a professor of pediatrics at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. He went to medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas and completed his pediatric residency at Phoenix Children’s Hospital / Maricopa Medical Center (University of Arizona) in Phoenix, Arizona. His fellowship in pediatric gastroenterology was completed at Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio (University of Cincinnati). His clinical and research interests include cystic fibrosis and pediatric pancreatic disease. He attends Missio Dei church with his wife (a family physician) and two daughters in Salt Lake City. You can follow John on Twitter (@Jfpohl ) where he rambles about theology, science, gastroenterology, and his weekend activities.

  • A Faith Journey in a Medical Science Career, Part 4

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    A Faith Journey in a Medical Science Career, Part 4 | John Pohl

        I want to discuss ways in which we...can begin to come to an agreement about science issues that really should not necessitate arguing but instead lead to an open co... Read More >

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  • A Faith Journey in a Medical Science Career, Part 3

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    A Faith Journey in a Medical Science Career, Part 3 | John Pohl

        I now want to explore some of the interesting aspects of my work as a clinical pediatric gastroenterologist. Read More >

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  • A Faith Journey in a Medical Science Career, Part 2

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    A Faith Journey in a Medical Science Career, Part 2 | John Pohl

        Here is the issue that keeps me up at night: I have been an active church member for many years, but I fear for the future of the church and its youth. Read More >

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  • A Faith Journey in a Medical Science Career, Part 1

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    A Faith Journey in a Medical Science Career, Part 1 | John Pohl

        I became even more convinced in college, that I had to make a profound choice–either I chose a career in science and reject YEC...or I would have to abandon a ... Read More >

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