- Phone: (305) 243-0317
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Specialties & Experience
General Specialties: Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine
Specialty Focus: EGD, Colonoscopy, EUS, ERCP, Dilation, GI Bleeding, Perforation, Pancreatitis, GI cancers (Esophageal/Gastric/Liver/Pancreatic), Indications & Complications, Ulcerative colitis, Crohn's Ds, Barrett's, Hepatology, Ischemic bowel, Cholangitis, PSC, Gallbladder Ds, Biliary emergencies, Pancreas cyst
Education: Internal Medicine Residency, The Johns Hopkins University/Sinai Hospital Program, Baltimore, MD; GI Fellowship, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), Little Rock, AR; Therapeutic Endoscopy Fellowship, Stanford University, CA
Years in Practice: 5
Dr. Mohit Girotra is dual board certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology, with clinical and research focus in pancreas-biliary diseases and advanced endoscopic techniques. Dr. Girotra is extensively published in several areas of Gastroenterology (including over 100 manuscripts and 100 abstracts), in addition to being an invited speaker at several national and international conferences. He is a member of AGA, ACG and ASGE and serves on several boards in these national organizations. He currently serves on the editorial board of 2 journals, serves as peer reviewer for more than 10 high-impact journals, and recently served as a guest co-editor for a special journal edition focused on advanced endoscopic techniques. Dr. Girotra also serves as abstract reviewer for national (ACG and DDW) conferences, and serves on leadership position on their committees. Dr. Girotra has been a presidential poster and podium presenter at several national conferences, awardee of research grants, and a recipient of several clinical, research and teaching awards. Previous faculty positions held: - Assistant Professor of Medicine/Gastroenterology at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, - Clinical Instructor of Medicine at Stanford University, - Assistant Professor of Medicine/Gastroenterology at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.