Paroma Bose, MD h1 >
Title: Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellow
Affiliation: Riley Hospital for Children, Indiana University School of Medicine
Mentor/s: Dr. Sandeep Gupta
Dr. Bose is in her final year of her pediatric gastroenterology fellowship with Indiana University School of Medicine at Riley Hospital for Children. Her research during fellowship includes investigation into the frequency of endoscopy utilization in pediatric EoE and mechanisms for variability in PPI response in pediatric EoE, like CYP2C19 polymorphisms or mucosal cytokine expression. She is also interested in characterizing patterns of dysmotility in EGIDs.
Summary of current CEGIR projects
Publications as affiliated with CEGIR
Q&A with Dr. Bose
How has CEGIR participation made a difference in your career, or how do you anticipate it will?
“I am thrilled to be joining the CEGIR network as a trainee. I look forward to collaborating with leading EGID clinicians and researchers to build my understanding these diseases, contribute to growing research in this field, and hopefully improve quality of care for our patients.”
How do you feel the patient community benefits from the CEGIR training program?
“By reaching physicians early in their careers, the CEGIR training program fosters and solidifies interest in EGIDs. I think patients really benefit from a group of doctors committed to education and understanding of EGIDs, and the CEGIR training program ensures continued growth of this group.”