Gabriel Magraner, MD

Adjoint Professor

Personal Statement:

Dr. Gabriel Magraner joined the UTHSC-SA faculty immediately after completing his gastroenterology fellowship in 1993, focusing on patient care and physician training pro-bono all while growing his busy private practice. In time, he earned the title of associate clinical professor. Presently, he serves as staff gastroenterologist at the ALM VA Hospital and is also the onsite director for the gastroenterology fellowship program. He is a fellow of the ACG, AGA, and ASGE and a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi, and Phi Beta Kappa honor societies.


Fellowship-Gutroenterology, University of Texas, Health Science Center July 1991-June 1993
San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, Texas
Residency-Internal Medicine, University of Texas, Health Science Center June1989 - May
San Antonio, Texas

Psychiatry Rotation, Boston University, School of Medicine July1988 - December
Veterans Administration Hospital, Bedford, Massachusetts

Internship-Internal Medicine, Veterans Administration Hospital July1987 - June1988
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Doctor of Medicine, University of Puerto Rico August 1983- June
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Pre-Medical, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts

August 1980-May 1983


• 1VIT13035-A multi-centered, randomized, open-labeled, controlled study to investigate the
treatment response oflntravenous Injectafer (Ferric Carboxymaltose) vs. Oral Iron to Baseline
Hepcidin levels in patients with Iron Deficiency Anemia secondary to Inflammatory Bowel Disease or
Gastric Bypass

• P11-282-A long-term non-interventional registry to assesssafety and effectiveness of HUMIRA
(Adalimunab) in patients with moderately to severely active Ulcerative Colitis

• RPCot-3101-A phase 3, multi-center, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlledtrial of Oral
RPC1o63 as induction and maintenance therapy for moderate to severe Ulcerative Colitis

Awards & Accomplishments

Texas Super Doctors In Gastroenterology,Texas Monthly Magazine 2006 – 2019
Outstanding Service Award, University of Texas Health Science Center 2002, 2004

Prize Card, American Board of Internal Medicine Alpha Omega Alpha, Honor Medical Society Phi Beta
Kappa 1982 – 1983
Phi Kappa Phi ‘ 1982- 1983
Alpha Lambda Delta 1981



American College ofGaatroenterology, Fellow (FACG)
American Gaatroenterology Association, Fellow (AGAF)
American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Fellow (FASGE)