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Neil Sengupta, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

A specialist in gastroenterology, Neil Sengupta, MD, cares for patients with a wide range of digestive diseases. He has a specific interest in esophageal diseases, gastroesophageal reflux disease, peptic ulcer disease, gastrointestinal bleeding, diverticular diseases, colon cancer screening, fatty liver disease and quality initiatives in general gastroenterology.
Dr. Sengupta's research interests are in optimizing the care and outcomes of patients who are hospitalized with gastrointestinal bleeding. Through his research, he has described risk factors for adverse outcomes in patients hospitalized with lower gastrointestinal bleeding, as well as for patients presenting with gastrointestinal bleeding while on anticoagulant medications. He also serves as the sectional quality improvement director, and has active projects focused on improving the quality of colorectal cancer screening.
Dr. Sengupta also is a dedicated educator, teaching medical students, residents and fellows about gastrointestinal pathophysiology and clinical gastroenterology.

Practice Location

The University of Chicago Medicine
5841 S. Maryland Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637

Year Started Practice


Board Certification

Internal Medicine

Medical School

University of Florida College of Medicine

Internship and Residency

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania


Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center


American College of Gastroenterology
American College of Physicians
American Gastroenterological Association
American Medical Association

Language Spoken


Office Fax

(773) 702-5790

Office Postal Address

Neil Sengupta, MD
The University of Chicago Medicine
5841 S. Maryland Avenue, MC 4076
Chicago, IL 60637


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Selected Publications

View a partial list of Dr. Sengupta's publications through the National Library of Medicine's PubMed online database.