- Medical School - Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College (1995-2001)
- Residency - All India Institute of Medical Sciences (2002-2005), Pediatrics
- Residency - Children's Hospital of Michigan (2007-2010), Pediatrics
- Fellowship - Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals Program (2010-2013), Pediatric Gastroenterology
Dr. Bhaskar Gurram received his medical degree from the Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College in India. He completed his pediatric residency at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India and Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit. Dr. Gurram then continued his training with a fellowship in pediatric gastroenterology at Medical College of Wisconsin and received his board-certification in pediatric gastroenterology by the American Board of Pediatrics in 2013.
Dr. Gurram was an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee before joining the faculty at UT Southwestern in 2015. He has clinical expertise in gastrointestinal manifestations of immune deficiency, immune dysregulation disorders and inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). His research interests are in work-up of early-onset inflammatory bowel disease and in treatment of inflammatory bowel disease. Dr. Gurram is actively involved in teaching medical students, residents, fellows and nurses.
- Member, North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (2010)
- Member, American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) (2011)
- Sorel Catherine Freymann Prize 2005-2005, Awarded yearly for best post graduate (resident) in Pediatrics at All India Institure of Medical sciences, New Delhi, INDIA
- Outstanding Medical Student Teacher 2010-2011, Awarded yearly for one faculty/fellow in the department of pediatrics by The Medical College of Wisconsin medical students rotating in pediatrics
Fanaroff and Martin's Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, 10th edition, R. Martin, A. Fanaroff, M. Walsh, eds.
Larson-Nath C, Gurram B, Chelimsky G.(Ed.) (2015), Philadelphia, Elsevier
- Fanaroff and Martin's Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, 10th edition, R. Martin, A. Fanaroff, M. Walsh, eds.
Fecal microbiota transplantation in children: current concepts.
Gurram B, Sue PK, Current opinion in pediatrics 2019 Jun
Intact Regulatory T Cell Function But Defective Generation of IL-17A Producing CD4+ T Cells in XIAP Deficiency.
Gurram B, Hammelev E, Syverson G, Haribhai D, Yan K, Simpson P, Salzman N, Verbsky JW Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition 2016 Jan
Unusual complications of empyema thoracis: diaphragmatic palsy and Horner's syndrome.
Bhaskar G, Lodha R, Kabra SK Indian journal of pediatrics 2006 Oct 73 10 941-3
Can Current Pediatric GI Fellows Meet the Naspghan Procedural Competency Guidelines?
Lerner D, Gurram B, El-Chammas K, Goh VL, Li BU, Anderson L, Vitola B Gastroenterology 2012 Volume 142, Issue 5, Supplement 1, Page S-715
Mosaic Tetrasomy 9p Associated With Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Sifuentes-Dominguez L, Starokadomskyy P, Welch J, Gurram B, Park JY, Koduru P, Burstein E, Journal of Crohn's & colitis 2019 Apr
Challenges in meeting fellowship procedural guidelines in pediatric therapeutic endoscopy and liver biopsy.
Lerner DG, Li BU, Mamula P, Fishman DS, Kramer R, Goh VL, El-Chammas K, Pentiuk SP, Rothbaum R, Gurrum B, Rahhal RM, Goday PS, Vitola B Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition 2014 Jan 58 1 27-33
Malhotra AK, Bhaskar G, Nanda M, Kabra M, Singh MK, Ramam M Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 2006 Aug 55 2 337-40
Outcomes after fecal diversion for colonic and perianal Crohn disease in children.
Dharmaraj R, Nugent M, Simpson P, Arca M, Gurram B, Werlin S Journal of pediatric surgery 2017 Aug
Paneth cell defects in Crohn's disease patients promote dysbiosis.
Liu TC, Gurram B, Baldridge MT, Head R, Lam V, Luo C, Cao Y, Simpson P, Hayward M, Holtz ML, Bousounis P, Noe J, Lerner D, Cabrera J, Biank V, Stephens M, Huttenhower C, McGovern DP, Xavier RJ, Stappenbeck TS, Salzman NH JCI insight 2016 Jun 1 8 e86907
Plasma induced signatures reveal an extracellular milieu possessing an immunoregulatory bias in treatment-naïve pediatric inflammatory bowel disease.
Gurram B, Salzman NH, Kaldunski ML, Jia S, Li BU, Stephens M, Sood MR, Hessner MJ Clinical and experimental immunology 2015 Dec
Decreased Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase Expression in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Lerner D, Salzman NH, Fredrich K, Biank V, Hayward M, Gurram B, Stephens MC, Simpson P, Gourlay DM Gastroenterology 2012 Volume 142, Issue 5, Supplement 1, S1:Page S-374
Nutrition in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Gurram B, Joeckel R, Stephens M PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY 2012 Apr XXXVI Issue 4 56 to 58 and 60 to 62
O-011 Paneth Cell Phenotypes Define a Subtype of Pediatric Crohn's Disease Through Alterations in Host-Microbial Interactions.
Liu TC, Gurram B, Baldridge M, Head R, Lam V, Luo C, Cao Y, Simpson P, Hayward M, Holtz M, Noe J, Lerner D, Cabrera J, Biank V, Stephens M, Huttenhower C, McGovern D, Xavier R, Stappenbeck T, Salzman N Inflammatory bowel diseases 2016 Mar 22 Suppl 1 S4
Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).
Bhaskar G, Lodha R, Kabra SK Indian journal of pediatrics 2003 May 70 5 401-5
- Fecal microbiota transplantation in children: current concepts.
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Gastrointestinal manifestations of immune deficiency and immune dysregulation disorders