Cara Mack, MD
Professor, Pediatrics-Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition

Clinic (720) 777-6669
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Gender: Female
Languages: English
Department, Section/Division: Pediatrics-Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
Medicine-Allergy/Clinical Immunology

Practice Locations

Children's Hospital Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
13123 East 16th Ave
Aurora, CO 80045
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Hospital Affiliation
  • Children's Hospital Colorado

Specialty Information

  • Pediatrics - Pediatric Gastroenterology, Board Certification (2005)
  • Pediatrics - Pediatric Transplant Hepatology, Board Certification (2006)
  • Pediatrics, Board Certification (2002)
Conditions & Treatments
  • Digestive System
  • Gastroenterology (Stomach, Bowel, General GI Problems)
  • Hepatology (Liver Disorders)
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Surgical Endoscopy
  • Therapeutic Endoscopy
Clinical Interest for Patients
I am interested in neonatal and childhood liver diseases, autoimmune-mediated intestinal and liver disease and pediatric liver transplantation.

Care Philosophy
I strive to offer excellent comprehensive care in the treatment of children with intestinal, pancreas and liver diseases. I also make it a priority to update families as new, cutting edge therapies become available.

Personal Interests
In my free time I enjoy spending time with family, running, biking and skiing.

Volunteer Activities
I participate in at least one fund raising event for Children's Hospital, Organ Donor Alliance or American Liver Foundation. I am part of a group that makes lunches for the homeless in Denver once a month.



Information for Referring Providers

Clinical Interests for Referring Providers
I specialize in the care of children with liver diseases including, but not limited to, neonatal liver diseases, biliary atresia, autoimmune hepatitis, infectious hepatitis, liver failure and liver transplantation.

Research Interest for Referring Providers
-I investigate biliary atresia in humans and utilizes a mouse model to study the theory that the cause of biliary atresia involves a viral-induced, progressive autoimmune-mediated injury of bile ducts. -I am involved in many clinical trials of children with biliary atresia and other neonatal cholestatic diseases. -I am involved in a clinical research study investigating the use of a medicine to improve outcomes in sclerosing cholangitis.

Clinic Phone: (720) 777-6669
Fax Phone: (720) 777-7277

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