Farah Ladak, MD

Position: GI Fellow – PGY5

Personal Statement:

What are your hobbies and favorite activities outside of medicine?

I enjoy hiking, trying new recipes, and spending time with family and friends.

What are your clinical interests?

I have an interest in inflammatory bowel disease and nutrition.


Residency: UT Health Science Center San Antonio
Medical School: Eastern Virginia Medical School


Ladak, Farah, Cantu, Cynthia, Tuznik, Natascha, Moreau, Christopher. “Something’s Fishy: Manifestation of a Deadly Bacteria in a Middle-Aged Liver Patient.” Poster presented at American College of Physicians conference, April 2018.

Ladak, Farah, Singh, Tamneet, Koch, Kristopher, Briones, Brenda, Cantu, Cynthia, Lopez, Michelle, Penninti, Pranav, Covin, Yvonne, Wathen, Patricia. “Measuring the Effect of Procedure Team in Time from Admission to Diagnostic Paracentesis for SBP.” Poster presented at: Passport, March 2018.

Ladak, Farah, Camero, Alfredo, Parker, Allan, Echavarria, Juan. “Stranger Things: Lactobacillus Bacteremia in a Patient with USC and PSC on Probiotics.” Poster presented at American College of Gastroenterology conference, October 2018.

Ladak, Farah, Fiazuddin, Faraz, Ratcliffe, Temple. “History Key to Clarifying Significance of Incidental Findings,” Poster presented at Society of Hospital Medicine conference, May 2017

Camero, Alfredo, Haris, Muhammad, Valadez, David, Penninti, Pranav, Haddad, Nael, Ladak, Farah, Pham, Codey, Echavarria, Juan, Govani, Shail. “H. Pylori in South Texas: Eradication Rates and Practice Trends in a University Setting.” Poster presentation at Digestive Disease Week conference, May 2019.

Fiazuddin, Faraz, Ladak, Farah, Ratcliffe, Temple. “When is the Duke Criteria Not Enough,” Poster Presented at Society of Hospital Medicine conference, May 2017.