Indira Bhavsar-Burke, M.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center and is a member of its Division of Digestive and Liver Diseases. She also serves as the Associate Program Director of the Gastroenterology Fellowship at UT Southwestern. She specializes in general and transplant hepatology.

Dr. Bhavsar-Burke earned her medical degree at Marshall University in West Virginia. She completed internal medicine residency training at the University of Virginia, a gastroenterology fellowship at Indiana University, and a transplant hepatology fellowship at Cleveland Clinic. She also holds a masters in health professions education from the University of Michigan.

Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in gastroenterology, she joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2023.

She has been invited to deliver national and regional lectures, contributed to the book Coaching in Medical Education, and published numerous academic articles.

Personal Note

Outside of work, Dr. Bhavsar-Burke enjoys executive coaching and medical education.


Medical School
Marshall University/Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine (2016)
University of Virginia Health System (2019), Internal Medicine
Other Post Graduate Training
University of Michigan (2021)
Indiana University School of Medicine (2022), Gastroenterology/hepatology
Cleveland Clinic Foundation (2023), Transplant Hepatology


Featured Publications LegendFeatured Publications

Artificial Intelligence for Real-Time Prediction of the Histology of Colorectal Polyps by General Endoscopists.
Rex DK, Bhavsar-Burke I, Buckles D, Burton J, Cartee A, Comar K, Edwards A, Fennimore B, Fischer M, Gerich M, Gilmore A, Hamdeh S, Hoffman J, Ibach M, Jackson M, James-Stevenson T, Kaltenbach T, Kaplan J, Kapur S, Kohm D, Kriss M, Kundumadam S, Kyanam Kabir Baig KR, Menard-Katcher P, Kraft C, Langworthy J, Misra B, Molloy E, Munoz JC, Norvell J, Nowak T, Obaitan I, Patel S, Patel M, Peter S, Reid BM, Rogers N, Ross J, Ryan J, Sagi S, Saito A, Samo S, Sarkis F, Scott FI, Siwiec R, Sullivan S, Wieland A, Zhang J, Repici A, Hassan C, Byrne MF, Rastogi A, Ann Intern Med 2024 May
Best Practices for Educating in Gastroenterology Fellowship: A Primer on Instruction Vs Coaching.
Kapil S, Guardiola JJ, Bhavsar-Burke I, Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol 2024 Mar
Coaching for Performance Improvement
Bhavsar-Burke I, Artandi MK, Cutrer WB, Dilly CK, Klig JE American Medical Association. Coaching in Graduate Medical Education: A Faculty Handbook. 2024 16-22
How to Become a Leader as a Fellow.
Bhavsar-Burke I, Dilly CK, Gastroenterology 2023 Aug 165 2 329-332
Cutting deep: Understanding the risks associated with postoperative infections in patients with cirrhosis.
Bhavsar-Burke I, Lindenmeyer CC, Liver Transpl 2023 May
Reimagining Gastroenterology Fellowship Training: The Third Year of the Future.
Bhavsar-Burke I, Shah BJ, Carethers JM, Whitson MJ, Kaul V, David Y, Dilly CK, Gastroenterology 2023 May 164 6 872-875.e2
Use of a Cirrhosis Admission Order Set Improves Adherence to Quality Metrics and May Decrease Hospital Length of Stay.
Bhavsar-Burke I, Guardiola JJ, Hamade N, Gerke S, Burke SM, Merrill K, Mulvey KD, Orman ES, Fayad N, Am J Gastroenterol 2023 Jan 118 1 114-120
How to Promote Professional Identity Development and Support Fellows-In-Training Through Teaching, Coaching, Mentorship, and Sponsorship.
Bhavsar-Burke I, Dilly CK, Oxentenko AS, Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol 2022 Oct 20 10 2166-2169
Virtual Gastroenterology Fellowship Recruitment During COVID-19 and Its Implications for the Future.
Hamade N, Bhavsar-Burke I, Jansson-Knodell C, Wani S, Patel SG, Ehrlich AC, Paine E, Hosseini-Carroll P, Menard-Katcher P, Fayad N, Dig Dis Sci 2022 Jun 67 6 2019-2028
Is Blood Transfusion a Means of False Positive Phosphatidylethanol Testing?
Bhavsar-Burke I, Guardiola JJ, Holden JH, Liver Transpl 2022 Jan 28 1 138-139