Dean Ehrlich is currently the chief gastroenterology fellow at UCLA Health. He is interested in endoscopic device development to improve procedure safety, efficiency, and ergonomics. Dean’s current projects include studies on the use of a novel magnetically controlled endoscopy capsule system, the utility of the single-use duodenoscope in a large healthcare system, and an assessment of endoscopic quality metrics in Barrett’s esophagus. Upon completion of training, he will be able to provide comprehensive care in gastroenterology, with a particular focus on endoscopic procedures such as polyp removal by endoscopic mucosal resection and advanced endoscopic treatments in Barrett’s esophagus. Dean completed his medical residency the UCLA and then completed an additional year serving as the Chief Resident. He received his MD from Tufts University School of Medicine. He received his undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from UCLA.