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Fellowship Life


Chief Fellow's Message

We are very happy you are considering IU School of Medicine for your Gastroenterology and Hepatology fellowship training! Our fellowship is anchored by a strong clinical experience with exposure to great pathology, natural progression of disease, and niche subspecialties such as transplant, IBD, and advanced endoscopy. We are lucky to train in an environment that hosts many of the field’s most notable experts, all of whom work directly with fellows and encourage their participation and personal growth. We are also blessed with leaders and mentors who support research and educational endeavors.

Our program director, Dr. Nabil Fayad, and program coordinator, Anna Papazian, are dedicated to the fellows and their overall training experience. They have prioritized wellness, an initiative that has only grown stronger as we transition out of the COVID era, and work diligently to represent the fellows’ interests within the division. Our fellows are challenged to be the very best version of themselves and graduate with skills that enable them to achieve all the clinical, educational, and research success they desire.

44232-Bhavsar, Indira

Indira Bhavsar, MD

PGY 5

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Day in the Life of a Gastroenterology Fellow

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Follow along two of our fellows in 2020, Umer Bhatti, MD and Indy Bhavsar, MD throughout one day in GI Fellowship. 

Life in Indianapolis

Nationally ranked for its livability, thriving Indianapolis has something to offer for everyone. Our fellows live in various parts of the Indianapolis area. Some prefer to live downtown near Mass Ave. to enjoy the thriving restaurant scene, the beautiful canal, and cultural trail. Others live in the suburbs, enjoying various parks and family friendly activities. With no shortage of professional sports teams, craft breweries, and the largest children's museum in the world, Indianapolis has something for you. 

See more of the beautiful city, and learn more about everything Indianapolis has to offer on Visit Indy.

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