Dr. Kurada is a graduate from the prestigious Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, India which is consistently ranked among the top three medical schools in India. After having trained at Rochester General Hospital, Dr. Kurada pursued advanced fellowships in immune disorders of the bowel i.e. celiac disease and inflammatory bowel disease at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School. Further, Dr. Kurada trained at the Cleveland Clinic where in he was both a clinical fellow and a NIH T32 fellow. He focused his research on breath and serum headspace biomarkers and investigated the role of platelets in IBD related fibrosis. Dr. Kurada offers clinical expertise in small bowel disorders and inflammatory bowel disease. He continues to pursue research in biomarkers and studies the epidemiologic interface between celiac disease and inflammatory bowel disease. He takes keen interest in fellow and resident education at the VA and IU Health and holds an academic appointment of Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at IU School of Medicine.