Dr. Jayant S. Barve
Department of Gastroenterology
M. D. [Medicine]


Dr. Barve has been associated with Lilavati Hospital for 39 years.

Overseas Traning

  • Workshop on “Therapeutic Endoscopies” at Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong in December 1988. Training in ERCP under supervision of Dr. Robert Hartfield at Middlesex Hospital, London in August 1990.
  • Training in Colonoscopy under guidance of Dr. Christopher Williams at St. Marks Hospital, London in August 1990.
  • Training in Advanced GI Endoscopies under guidance of Dr. Peter Cotton at Duke University, North Carolina USA in April 1993.

Overseas Assignments

  • Observer at Auckland Hospital, New Zealand with Dr. Mark Lane in November 1994.
  • Guest lectures on various subjects at conferences and CMEs.

Dr. Barve initiated a campaign for creating awareness about HepatitisB all over India with the support of Government of India, Mr. J. P. Nadda, the Honorable Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare and Unicef . Mr. Amitabh Bachchan is associated with this project as a brand ambassador. This campaign will help in early detection and prevention of complications of Hepatitis B by creating awareness about Hepatitis B vaccination.

Awards and Recognition

  • Recognised as a teacher and speaker by various branches of IMA. I was awarded Life time achievement award by IMA Western Suburbs

Research Publications

  • Contributed a chapter on “Digestive Systems” in “Practical Prescriber” edited by Dr. AF Golwala.
  • A case report on Dubin Johnson with review of literature in Post Graduate Journal of Medicine.
  • Article on Pneumothorax and Mediastinal Emphysema – a rare complication of Peritoneoscopy in journal of Association of Physicians of India.
  • Article on Diabetes Insipidus – a case report with review literature in journal of Indian Council of Medical Research.
  • Review article on Liver Function Tests in journal of Association of General Practitioners.
  • Conference presentation on Endoscopic techniques.
  • Article on Efficacy of Satranidazole in treatment of Intestinal amoebiasis in Gastroenterology Today.
  • Also read various Research papers at seminars and conferences.