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July 1999
Doctorate of Medicine
University of Connecticut School of Medicine
263 Farmington, Connecticut 06034
December 1994           
B. S. Biology, Cum Laude 8/91-12/94
Minor fields: Chemistry, French
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Blacksburg, VA
Internship/Residency Training:            

July 2004 – June 2007           
Gastroenterology Fellowship
University of Connecticut Gastroenterology / Hepatology, Fellowship Program
University of Connecticut Health Center
Farmington, CT
July 2003 – June 2004 
Chief Medical Resident
University of Connecticut Internal Medicine Program
University of Connecticut Health Center
Farmington, CT
July 2000 – June 2003                          
University of Connecticut Internal Medicine Program
University of Connecticut Health Center , Farmington, CT

Connecticut Medical License:  #45192
Saint Francis Hospital, Hartford, CT

2014 GI Center of Excellence Committee
2016 Female Physician Forum/committee

2007 – Present  Physician/Partner, Connecticut Gastroenterology Associates
Hartford CT
2012 – Present  GI Clinic Director, SFH and Medical Center
Hartford, CT
2007 – Present Clinical Instructor, UCONN Medical School
Farmington, CT
2007 – Present
SFH Site Director, UCONN Gastroenterology Fellowship Program
Farmington, CT
Sept. 2009 -
June 2010
Instructor/preceptor for Student Continuity Practice
UCONN School of Medicine
March 2007   Instructor, Mechanisms of Disease:
Fatty Liver Disease
University of Connecticut School of Medicine
March 2006 Instructor, Mechanisms of Disease: Inflammatory Bowel Disease
University of Connecticut School of Medicine
2004-2005 Instructor/Preceptor, Student Continuity Practice III
University of Connecticut School of Medicine
2003-2004 Instructor, Principles of Clinical Medicine
University of Connecticut School of Medicine

GI Center of Excellence Committee
Female Physician Forum/committee

Residency:  Philip T. Goldenberg, M.D. Award for Leadership, 1994
Intern of the Year, 2001-2000
AASLD Resident Scholar Travel Awardee, 2002
  Chief Medical Resident Appointment, 2003-2004
  Veterans Administration Ambulatory Award, Newington, CT, 2003
  Chief Gastroenterology Fellow Appointment,
  National Institutes of Health Fellowship, 1988


Habibi H, md, Devuni D, Rossi L. Ectopic Pancreas: A Rare Cause of Abdominal Pain, Connecticut Medicine, volume 78, no. 8 479, September 2014
Contributing Author: Wu G, Pappano, A. Pocket Handbook of GI Pharmacotherapeutics. Humana Press, February 2009. Chapters 1-4(Peptic Disorders, Gastrointestinal Bleeding, General GI Motility disorders)
Hou W, Rossi L, Shan Y, Zheng J, Lambrecht RW, Bonkovsky HL. Iron increases heme oxygenase-1 (HMOX1) and decreases expression of hepatitis C virus (HCV) in HCV-expressing human hepatoma cells. Would J. Gastroent, September 2009.
Abstract/Oral Presentation DDW 2007 Rossi L, Shan Y, Lambrecht RW, Bonkovsky HL Iron increases HCV and heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1) expression in HCV-expressing human liver cells.
Rossi LM, Rangasamy P, Zhang J, Xiao-Qing Q, Wu GY. Research Advances in the Development of Peptide Antibiotics. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. August 2007

Abstract: ACG Poster Presentation Chemmanur A, Rossi L, Smith J, Bauer F, Scholes J, Polio J. A Case of Vanishing Bile Duct Syndrome in a patient with T cell Large Granulcytic Leukemia. October 2006

Emedicine: Toxic Megacolon, 2006 (abstract)

Silverstein N. Forouhar F. Rossi L. Aziz K. An unusual presentation of hepatocellular carcinoma: case report and review. Connecticut Medicine. 69(3):133-8, 2005 Mar.

Ainsworth JR, Rossi LM, Murphy EC. Jr. The moloney murine sarcoma virus ts110’ splice site signal contributes to the regulation of splice efficiency and thermosensitivity. Journal of Virology, Sept 1996, p 6373-6478
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