U.S. News & World Report features Dr. Rubin in "What's the Difference Between Colitis and Crohn's Disease?"

“A distinguishing feature of ulcerative colitis is that it's confined to the large intestine, which encompasses your colon and rectum, says Dr. David Rubin, chief of gastroenterology and a professor of medicine with University of Chicago Medicine. ‘Crohn's disease can occur anywhere – most commonly it's the last part of the small intestine where it joins the large intestine.’”

Can you name some other differences? You can find the full article here.