Dr. Troncale has been practicing gastroenterology in New Haven since 1971. Born in Alabama, he received his bachelor’s degree from Loyola in New Orleans and his medical degree from Tulane.
He is a member of the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE), and the American Medical Association (AMA). In 1999, he received the Distinguished Clinician Award from the AGA. Dr. Troncale is an associate clinical professor of medicine at Yale, and is affiliated with the Hospital of St. Raphael, Milford Hospital, and Yale-New Haven Hospital.
A father of three, Dr. Troncale and his wife Mary have been married for more than 35 years. He enjoys the opera, vintage toys, vegetable gardening, and traveling.
Growing up, Erica was over overweight and at one point, considered obese. Her junior year of high school she decided to change her lifestyle for the better. She started off by experimenting with dieting and cutting calories while exercising on a treadmill daily. After a year of dedicated work, she had lost 120 pounds and has maintained that for the past 9 years or so. Now she is always trying something new to test her limits, whether it’s going to her local gym and practicing weight training techniques, working out outside, running in a 5k race, Crossfit and more.
This life style change has motivated her to pursue her college degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. Erica has her bachelor’s degree in Nutrition from the University of New Haven, as well as her Associate degree in Dietetic Technology from Gateway Community College. Erica also is a Certified Personal Trainer. Erica is now a motivated active member of the nutrition and fitness community wanting to help others achieve their goals.
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