42036-Desai, Archita
Faculty

Archita Desai, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Address
RO 225
GAST
IN
Indianapolis, IN

Bio

Dr. Desai completed her medical school degree at the University of California at San Francisco and her post-graduate training at the University of Chicago, including Internal Medicine Residency, Chief Residency and Fellowship in both Gastroenterology and Transplant Hepatology. Prior to joining Indiana University, Dr. Desai was an Assistant Professor of Medicine at University of Arizona where her clinical research looked at healthcare disparities in liver disease and quality of healthcare. She joined Indiana University’s School of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in July 2018. Her goal is to improve outcomes in patients with liver disease through improved healthcare delivery through her research and her own clinical practice which will focus on patients with cirrhosis and chronic liver disease.

Titles & Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Medicine
  • Education
    2018 MSPH University of Arizona
    2014 FEL University of Chicago Medical Center
    2013 FEL University of Chicago Medical Center
    2010 RES University of Chicago Medical Center
    2009 RES University of Chicago Medical Center
    2006 MD University of California, San Francisco
    2001 BA University of Chicago
  • Research

    Chronic Liver Disease Outcomes 

    Healthcare Delivery and Implementation

    Quality of Life

    Patient Reported Outcomes

     

  • Professional Organizations
    American Association for Study of Liver Diseases
    American Gastroenterological Association
    American Society of Transplantation
  • Awards
    Org: AASLD Foundation
    Desc: 2017 Clinical and Translational Research Award in Liver Diseases
    Scope: National
    Date:

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