Leo Treyzon, M.D.
Leo Treyzon, M.D. is the S.T.A.R. fellow within the Division of Digestive Diseases at University of California, Los Angeles, where he pursues a Masters of Clinical Research (MsCR) degree and gastroenterology training with a focus on nutritional disorders and endoscopic evaluation of digestive diseases.
Dr. Treyzon conducts research studies at the Center for Human Nutrition.
clinical and research trial interests include understanding the mechanisms of satiation and satiety induction, optimal macronutrient composition of hypocaloric diets, nutrition for digestive disease prevention and wellness, and workplace health promotion.
is the recipient of the Annenberg Foundation Award in Digestive Disease.
Dr. Treyzon received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara, where he was student body president.
medical training at the University of California at San Diego
received both internship and residency training in Internal Medicine at Cedars Sinai Medical Center
in Los Angeles, CA.
is double board certified in Clinical Nutrition and Internal Medicine.
Dr. Treyzon is one of the current spokespeople for the California Dried Plum Board and serves on the Advisory Board of the Digestive Health Organization.