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Language(s) Spoken

English; Spanish; Gujarati

Joined Kelsey-Seybold

July 2009

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​​​Professi​​onal Background

In 2003, Dr. Dharia graduated from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. He went on to complete his residency at UT Southwestern in 2006, and in 2009, completed a fellowship in Digestive and Liver Diseases.

Professional A​​ssociations 

Dr. Dharia is a member of the American Gastroenterological Association, American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and the American College of Gastroenterology.

Ho​​​bbies and Interests

Dr. Dharia is married with two children. When he’s not caring for patients, he enjoys spending time with his family, trying new restaurants and enjoying the great outdoors.​
​I believe strongly in communicating openly with each of my patients, thereby fostering a doctor-patient relationship based on mutual trust. With this approach, I can deliver quality health care to my patients based on knowledge, integrity and experience. Above all, I aim to provide a respectable service to my patients and their families, placing their health needs above all else.


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Awards & Recognitions


Dr. Dharia has contributed to several publications, including the following: 
  • Dharia TD, Tang SJ, Lara LK. Bleeding Sigmoid Colonic Dieulafoy Lesion (with video). Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 2008. (Accepted for publication)
  • Dharia TD, Malet PM, Cuthbert JA.  Efficacy of Chronic Hepatitis C (CHC) Treatment in an Urban, County Hospital Population Using Strict Screening Criteria. Abstract to AASLD 2008. 
  • Katz JN, et al. Parkland Manual of In-Patient Medicine: An Evidence-Based Approach. Philadelphia: FA Davis Company, 2006. (Inflammatory Bowel Disease section)
  • Sullivan KE, Piliero LM, Dharia TD, Goldman D, Petri MA. 3’ Polymorphisms of ETS1 Are Associated With Different Clinical Phenotypes in SLE. Human Mutation, 2000; 16: 49-53. 
  • Sullivan K.E., Oh M., Dharia TD. A TNF Alpha Polymorphic Promoter Site Binds a B cell and Macrophage-Specific DNA-Binding Protein. (Abstract) American Association of Immunologists.  San Francisco, CA. April 1998. 
  • Kathleen E. Sullivan, Lisa Piliero, Nahmah Kim, Miae Oh, and Tushar Dharia. A TNF Alpha promoter polymorphism associated with SLE binds the transcription factor Ets-1 with higher affinity than the wild type sequence and is associated with higher levels of TNF Alpha production. (Abstract) American College of Rheumatology.  Boston, MA. November 1999.