Assistant Professor, College Of Medicine Internal Medicine
Dr. Arthi Sanjeevi has joined USF as a Clinical Gastroenterology Faculty Member in the Department of Internal Medicine and Assistant Professor in the College of Medicine. Dr. Sanjeevi graduated from Madras Medical College in 1998. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska in 2003. She subsequently did her Gastroenterology fellowship and Masters in Epidemiology at Medical College of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, WI which she completed in the 2006. Her training in GI was NIH funded with a focus in GI motility disorders and neurogastroenterology.
After this, she was a teaching faculty at Medical College of Virginia and an assistant professor in the Division of Gastroenterology at Virginia Commonwealth University at Richmond, Virginia. Here she directed the Motility lab and was actively involved in the fellowship teaching program for three years. She underwent further advanced therapeutic endoscopy training in ERCP and Endoscopic Ultrasound with a focus of pancreato-biliary disorders at University of Minnesota Medical Center from 2009 to 2010.
Dr. Sanjeevi's primary clinical interests focus on application of endoscopic ultrasound technology in both improved diagnosis of gastrointestinal disorders and as an interventional endoscopic tool in complicated pancreato-biliary disorders. She performs routine outpatient endoscopy such as EGD, colonoscopy and capsule endoscopy at Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare and other complex endoscopic procedures such as Endoscopic Ultrasound, ERCP, esophageal enteral stent placements, and deep enteroscopy at Tampa General Hospital.
She welcomes new referrals for both routine and complex gastrointestinal luminal disorders. Dr. Sanjeevi sees patients at the Morsani Center for Advanced Healthcare and at the USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare.
- Endoscopic ultrasound
- Pancreato biliary disorders
- Gastrointestinal disorders
USF Carol and Frank Morsani Center; 6th floor clinic (primary)
- USF ambulatory surgical center (ASC)
USF Carol and Frank Morsani Center; 2nd floor (primary)
- Tampa General Hospital gastroenterology (GE) center
Tampa General Hospital’s Bayshore Pavilion; 6th floor
Sanjeevi, A.Kirby, DF.
As the stomach churns--or not!
Journal of clinical gastroenterology. 42(5) : 439-40http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18344897
Lawal, A.Kern, M.Sanjeevi, A.Antonik, S.Mepani, R.Rittmann, T.Hussaini, S.Hofmann, C.Tatro, L.Jesmanowicz, A.Verber, M.Shaker, R.
Neurocognitive processing of esophageal central sensitization in the insula and cingulate gyrus.
American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal and liver physiology. 294(3) : G787-94, 2008.
Current opinion in gastroenterology. 23(6) : 625-30, 2007.
Lawal, A.Kern, M.Sanjeevi, A.Hofmann, C.Shaker, R.
Cingulate cortex: a closer look at its gut-related functional topography.
American journal of physiology. Gastrointestinal and liver physiology. 289(4) : G722-30, 2005.
Ozden, N.Saruc, M.Smith, LM.Sanjeevi, A.Roy, HK.
Increased cumulative incidence of prostate malignancies in colorectal cancer patients.
International journal of gastrointestinal cancer. 34(1) : 49-54, 2003.
Sanjeevi, A.Roy, HK.
Necrobiotic nodules: a rare pulmonary manifestion of Crohn's disease.
The American journal of gastroenterology. 98(4) : 941-3, 2003.