Bhavin Adhyaru, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Biography

Dr. Adhyaru joined Emory in 2011 and is currently an Assistant Professor based at Grady Memorial Hospital. He completed his residency at Emory University with distinction in Quality Improvement & Patient Safety. He is currently involved in teaching residents and third year medical students. He serves as the Assistant Director for the Evidenced-Based Medicine (EBM) curriculum for the residents as well as the Quality Improvement curriculum. He has started teaching EBM as part of faculty development for the division of general medicine and has developed an EBM curriculum for the third year clerkship for medical students (pilot 2014-2015). His research interests include heart failure management and helps direct the HF clinic at Grady, as well as treatment of type 2 diabetes (helps direct the the diabetes feedback program at Grady with Endocrine), and dyslipidemia (1). He is working with Dan Dressler and Dustin Smith on a textbook for applications and principles of EBM. He has won several teaching awards including the Anette Bernard best outpatient teaching in 2012, Best inpatient attending 2013, 2014 and the Golden Apple Teaching Award at Grady in 2014. He has helped medical students and residents present over 40 oral and poster presentations for various conferences including ACP, SGIM, and SHM (both national and regional).