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Asim Shuja, MD

​Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Work Phone: ​312-996-6651 Work Phone: ​312-996-7598 Website: Clinical Profile Website: PubMed
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Biographical Info

Education History
Medical School: Khyber Medical College
Residency: St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, Boston
Fellowship: University of Florida, Jacksonville

Clinical interest
Dr. Shuja sees patients with a range of gastrointestinal conditions, and he has special expertise in diseases of the esophagus (swallowing difficulty), stomach (acid reflux, peptic ulcers) and colon (IBD, polyps, cancer), and in the evaluation of gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding. In addition, Dr. Shuja has keen interest in educating future physicians.

Research interest
Dr. Shuja is a clinical researcher. The primary research interests of Dr. Shuja include patient-centered outcomes and policy outcomes related to endoscopic interventions for patients with gastrointestinal bleeding, chronic liver disease and colon cancer screening. He is also interested in studying effectiveness and doing comparative analysis of different quality indicators used in screening colonoscopies.

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Categories: DOM – Gastroenterology and Hepatology – Faculty

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Asim Shuja, MD

​Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Work Phone: ​312-996-6651 Work Phone: ​312-996-7598 Website: Clinical Profile Website: PubMed
Photo of Asim Shuja MD

Biographical Info

Education History
Medical School: Khyber Medical College
Residency: St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, Boston
Fellowship: University of Florida, Jacksonville

Clinical interest
Dr. Shuja sees patients with a range of gastrointestinal conditions, and he has special expertise in diseases of the esophagus (swallowing difficulty), stomach (acid reflux, peptic ulcers) and colon (IBD, polyps, cancer), and in the evaluation of gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding. In addition, Dr. Shuja has keen interest in educating future physicians.

Research interest
Dr. Shuja is a clinical researcher. The primary research interests of Dr. Shuja include patient-centered outcomes and policy outcomes related to endoscopic interventions for patients with gastrointestinal bleeding, chronic liver disease and colon cancer screening. He is also interested in studying effectiveness and doing comparative analysis of different quality indicators used in screening colonoscopies.

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Categories: DOM – Gastroenterology and Hepatology – Faculty

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Asim Shuja, MD

​Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Work Phone: ​312-996-6651 Work Phone: ​312-996-7598 Website: Clinical Profile Website: PubMed
Photo of Asim Shuja MD

Biographical Info

Education History
Medical School: Khyber Medical College
Residency: St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, Boston
Fellowship: University of Florida, Jacksonville

Clinical interest
Dr. Shuja sees patients with a range of gastrointestinal conditions, and he has special expertise in diseases of the esophagus (swallowing difficulty), stomach (acid reflux, peptic ulcers) and colon (IBD, polyps, cancer), and in the evaluation of gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding. In addition, Dr. Shuja has keen interest in educating future physicians.

Research interest
Dr. Shuja is a clinical researcher. The primary research interests of Dr. Shuja include patient-centered outcomes and policy outcomes related to endoscopic interventions for patients with gastrointestinal bleeding, chronic liver disease and colon cancer screening. He is also interested in studying effectiveness and doing comparative analysis of different quality indicators used in screening colonoscopies.

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Categories: DOM – Gastroenterology and Hepatology – Faculty