Research & Publications
Jill joined the Division of Digestive Diseases at Yale University as an Assistant Professor after completing her fellowship here at Yale. She will serve as the director of the Yale Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders Program. She graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry – New Jersey Medical School and then went on to complete her residency at Rutgers University – New Jersey Medical School, where she also served as Chief Medical Resident.
Dr. Deutsch has an interest in functional gastrointestinal disorders and complementary and alternative medicine in gastroenterology, both topics on which she recently authored book chapters. She additionally has a passion for education and was awarded a grant from the American Gastroenterological Society in 2018 to build a Neurogastroenterology Motility Curriculum for GI fellows in training. To build on her background in education, she will serve as the associate program director for the fellowship in digestive diseases. Dr. Deutsch also serves as an associate editor for the Fellows and Young GI Section of Digestive Diseases & Sciences.
Jill is a certified yoga instructor and developed a curriculum to foster resident wellbeing, a topic which she is passionate about and has woven throughout her clinical practice culminating in to her position as the director of wellness for the Division of Digestive Diseases.
Education & Training
- Chief FellowYale School of Medicine (2020)
- Clinical FellowYale School of Medicine (2020)
- ResidencyRutgers New Jersey Medical School (2016)
- Chief ResidentRutgers New Jersey Medical School (2016)
- MDRutgers New Jersey Medical School (2013)
- BSStevens Institute of Technology, Chemical Biology (2010)
Honors & Recognition
|Kushlan Award for Excellence in Clinical Care||Digestive Diseases, Department of Medicine, Yale School of Medicine||2020|