Dr. Harry Moulis


Originally from Long Island, New York, Dr. Moulis has been living in Florida almost continually since 1978. After graduating from New College in Sarasota, he attended medical school at the University of Miami. He completed his internship and residency at Orlando Regional Medical Center and was chief resident his senior year. As a fellow in gastroenterology, he published several review articles and mastered new techniques and procedures, which he introduced to the Volusia County region. He’s been practicing here since 1992 and has continued to publish articles and give lectures on a number of topics.

Postgraduate Education
Intern, Residency, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Chief Resident – Third year
Orlando Regional Medical Center
Yale – Affiliated Gastroenterology Program
Waterbury Hospital Health Center, Waterbury, CT and Hospital of St. Raphael

Pollack, A., Moulis, H., Block, N.L., and Irvin III, G.L. Quantitation of cell kinetic responses using flow cytometry to simultaneously measure DNA and nuclear protein. Cytometry 5:473-481, 1984.

Pollack, A., Moulis, H., Greenstein, D.B. Block, N.L., and Irvin III, G.L. Cell kinetic effects on incorporated 3H-thymidine on proliferating human lymphocytes: Flow cytometric analysis using the DNA/nuclear protein method. Cytometry 6:428-436, 1985.

Moulis, H. and Mamus, S. Isolated trochlear nerve palsy in a patient with Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia: Complete recovery with combination therapy: Neurology 39: 1399, 1989.

Moulis, H., Garsten, J.J., and Marano, A.R. Tuberous sclerosis complex: Review of the gastrointestinal manifestations and report of an unusual case. American Journal of Gastroenterology 87:914-918, 1992.

Moulis, H. and Vender, R.J. Pancreatitis following endoscopic cholangiography without pancreatography. American Journal of Gastroenterology 87:1888, 1992.

Moulis, H. and Vender, R.J. Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy for treatment of gas-bloat syndrome. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 39:581-583, 1993.

Moulis, H. and Vender, R.J. Antibiotic associated hemorrhagic colitis. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology 18: 227-231, 1994.

Moulis, H. Another inflammatory bile duct polyp. Endoscopy 28(3):330, 1996.

Moulis, H. Overtube related esophageal mucosal injury. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 46(3):286-287, 1997

Moulis, H. A case of invasive rectal adenocarcinoma in a 17-year-old girl with tuberous sclerosis complex. Journal of Pediatric Surgery 36(8):1317-1318, 2001

Moulis, H. Large duodenal lymphangiectatic cyst. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 57 (1): 97, 2003

Pollack, A., Moulis, H., Prudhomme, D.L., Block, N.L., and Irvin III, G.L. Flow cytometric analysis of cell kinetic responses using measurements of correlated DNA and nuclear protein. Proceedings of the Conference on Clinical Cytometry; M. Andreef (ed.), New York Academy of Sciences, Vo. 468:55-56, 1986.


Pollack, A., Moulis, H., Block, N.L., and Irvin III, G.L. Quantitation of cell kinetic responses using flow cytometric measurements of correlated nuclear DNA and protein. Engineering Foundation Conference on Clinical Cytometry, Sea Island, CA, December 7-12, 1983.

Caralis, P., Washer, J., Marcial, E., and Moulis, H. Comparison of hypertensive urgency and crisis among elderly patients. American Federation of Clinical Research, 1987

Agrawal, D., Akerman, P., Cantero, D., Zak, III, J, Moulis, H. Jamidar, P, and Zakko, S. Preliminary Comparison of Major Complication Rates with Standard Colonoscopy. 2007.

Moulis, H., Stella, G., Agnone L., Ricci, D., Pasricha S., and Mostellar D. Nitazoxanide for the Treatment of SIBO-Related Gastrointestinal Symptoms. Gastrointestinal Associates, PA, Port Orange, FL, and Department of Medical Science, Romark Laboratories, L.C., Tampa, FL