Annual Scientific Meeting

GERD and Hypercontractile Esophageal Disorders

Wednesday, October 10
6:45 AM - 7:05 AM
Location: 121A (level 100)

Category: Functional Bowel Disease

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Shivangi T. Kothari

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Associate Director of Endoscopy
University of Rochester Medical Center, Strong Memorial Hospital
Rochester, New York

Dr. Shivangi Kothari is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and the Associate Director of Endoscopy at University of Rochester Medical Center, NY. She is also the Co-Director of Developmental Endoscopy Lab at the University of Rochester (DELUR). Dr. Kothari received her medical degree from Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital in Mumbai, India. She completed her internal medicine residency and gastroenterology fellowship training at Seton Hall University's School of Health and Medical Sciences, and went on to complete interventional endoscopy training at Stanford University Hospital. Her clinical expertise is in interventional endoscopic ultrasound, advanced therapeutic ERCP, endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR), esophageal endotherapy for Barrett's esophagus, double balloon enteroscopy, and pancreatic-biliary disorders. She also performs basic endoscopic submucosal dissections (ESD). Dr. Kothari's interest in academic medicine led her to practice evidence-based medicine and conduct multiple research projects. She has published her research in various peer-reviewed journals and has presented her research at various national and international GI meetings. Her research interests include development of EUS FNA techniques and devices, endoscopic ablation and therapy of Barrett's esophagus, and evaluation of new devices and technology in the diagnosis and treatment of biliary and pancreatic diseases. Dr. Kothari is an active member of multiple scientific GI societies, including the ACG, serves on several national and international gastroenterology committees, and is a reviewer for various journals.

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