Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Welcome to the Mayo Clinic Eosinophilic Esophagitis page. EoE is a relatively new diagnosis and is most commonly experienced via food sticking with swallowing in adults. This is a result of an allergic response in the esophagus. We are a leading center for research and clinical care.

Follow this page to read up on news in our EoE clinic, including patient experiences, physician insight, clinical trials and up-to-date research and other useful information about EoE. Post a comment, share your thoughts and be connected.




With one of the largest group of digestive disease specialists in the world, Mayo Clinic has been recognized as the nation's best Gastroenterology & GI Surgery hospital by U.S. News & World Report.

Our Eosinophilic Esophagitis experts reside at all three main campuses across the United States. See below for contact information.

Rochester campus

Rochester, Minnesota

Physician Leaders: David Katzka, M.D., Jeffrey Alexander, M.D., Karthik Ravi, M.D.

Nurse Practitioners: Sarel Myburgh, APRN, CNP, Andrea Wagner, APRN, CNP

Registered Nurses: Sarah Kruse, RN, Kari Olson, RN, Judy Hayes, RN

Clinical Assistants: Jon Morris, Mark Schoer

Appointment Office: (507) 284-2141

Research: Debra Geno, CCRP, Crystal Lavey, CRC

Research Contact: eosinophilic@mayo.edu

MCA Campus

Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona

Physician Leader: Jennifer Horsley-Silva, MD

Physician Assistant: Mark Hancer, PA-C

Registered Nurses: Maria Toro, RN; Angela Carter, RN

Clinical Assistants: Tracy Miller, CMA

Appointment Office: (480) 301-6990

Research: Jacqueline Smith, Associate Clinical Research Coordinator

Research Contact: eosinophilic@mayo.edu

MCJ Campus

Jacksonville, Florida

Physician Leaders: Dawn Francis, M.D., Kenneth DeVault, M.D.

Appointment Office: 904-953-0891

Research Contact: eosinophilic@mayo.edu


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