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A graduate of Madras Medical College in Chennai, India, Dr. Ravi previously worked as both a House Staff Assistant at Emory University Hospital in the Department of Internal Medicine and as a Research Assistant in the hospital’s Pathology Division. Following her residency in internal medicine at Atlanta Medical Center, she returned to Emory and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in research in the Digestive Diseases Division and a fellowship in gastroenterology. In 2008, she received the GI Scholar Award from the American Federation of Medical Research.

Dr. Ravi has been widely published and her articles have appeared in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Gastroenterology, The Journal of Gastroenterology, and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. In addition, she was the co-author of a chapter in the textbook Principles and Practice of Medicine. She has made numerous presentations at medical meetings and participated in several research studies during her training.

She is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology, the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and the American Gastroenterological Association. Her areas of interest include women's health, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), functional GI disorders, capsule endoscopy, and clinical research.

Dr. Ravi joined Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates in 2010.

Emory University School of Medicine
Fellowship in Gastroenterology, 2010
Research Assistant, Pathology, 2003
House Staff Assistant, Internal Medicine, 2002

Atlanta Medical Center
Residency, Internal Medicine, 2006

Madras Medical College, Cheni, India
Doctor of Medicine, 2000
Internship, 1999 - 2000

GI Scholar Award from the American Federation of Medical Research (AFMR)
National Scholarship for Excellence in Science (Indian Government), 2008

Coach Dodgen Middle School Science Olympiad students for the past 5 years, and volunteer at my local temple for the past 15 years

I am learning to speak Spanish. I love to sing, dance, cook, travel, and meditate. I love spending time with my family as they make it fun!

American College of Gastroenterology, since 2007
American Gastroenterological Association, since 2007

GI combines procedural skills with clinical acumen. I was initially interested in inflammatory bowel disease research as I had a great mentor in that field. I have since become passionate about providing great quality care to my underserved community, especially to women.