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Michael Caire, MD

Suncoast GI Associates – Bradenton

101 Riverfront Blvd, Suite 700
Bradenton, FL 34205
Phone: (941) 748-2417
Fax: (941) 748-3694

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Personal Information

Dr. Michael Caire is a board-certified gastroenterologist practicing in Bradenton. He provides comprehensive gastroenterology care, with a special interest in colorectal cancer screening and esophageal disorders. Dr. Caire completed his medical degree at the University of South Florida Health Morsani College of Medicine where he was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society and his internal medicine residency at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he was selected Most Outstanding Senior Resident. He returned to USF Morsani College of Medicine for his gastroenterology fellowship, where he was designated Chief Fellow.

Dr. Caire has been published in many industry journals. He is is a loving husband and proud father of two young children.

Hospitals

  • Manatee Memorial Hospital

Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine
  • American Board of Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology

Academic Degrees

  • Gastroenterology Fellowship: University of South Florida
  • Internal Medicine Residency: Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Medical Degree: University of South Florida
  • Undergraduate: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Research

  • Caire, M., Kumar, A., Stravitz, R., Kemmer, N. “Pre-Liver Transplant Red Cell Distribution Width Predicts Post-Liver Transplant Mortality.” Clinical Transplant. Mar 31, (3), 2017. PMID: 28054385.
  • Caire, M, Strauss, A., Kumar, A., Brady P., “Emerging Biomarkers for the Diagnosis and Monitoring of Inflammatory Bowel Disease”, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Dec 22, (12):E26, 2016. PMID: 27824654.
  • Straus, A., Caire, M., Kumar, A., Brady, P., “Meta-Analysis of the Association Between Red Cell Distribution Width and Disease Activity in Inflammatory Bowel Disease” Poster Session, Florida Medical Association, Annual Meeting, July 29-31, 2016, Orlando, FL
  • Patel, B, Caire, M., Kulkarni, P., “Insulinoma Diagnosed with Endoscopic Ultrasound” Practical Gastroenterology, Dec 2015, Vol. XXXIX, Issue 12.
  • Diep, H., Patel, M., Albers, C., Brady, P., Caire, M., “Gastrointestinal Involvement of Systemic Amyloidosis” Consultant Live, November 25 2015.
  • Caire, M., Kumar, A., Stravitz, R., Kemmer, N. “Change in Red Cell Distribution Width is Associated with Post-Liver Transplant Mortality” Poster Session, American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases Annual meeting, San Francisco, CA, Nov 13-17th 2015
  • Nelson, K., Caire, M., Kumar, A., Morano, J., Kemmer, N., “The impact of Antiviral (HCV) Therapy on Kidney Function in Liver Transplant Recipients” Poster Session, American College of Gastroenterology, October 16-20th 2015, Honolulu, HI.
  • Caire, M., Kumar, A., Stravitz, R., Kemmer, N. “Red Cell Distribution Width is Associated with Post-Liver Transplant Mortality” Oral Presentation, Florida Gastroentologic Society, September 25-27th 2015 Orlando, FL. (Awarded First Prize)
  • Caire, M., Kalan, S., Brady, P., Gill, J. “Pseudomelanosis of the stomach and duodenum: an uncommon endoscopic finding” Endoscopy International Open. Online. June 23 2014. PMID: 26134967.

Additional Information

  • Chief Fellow, USF Gastroenterology 2016-2017
  • First Prize, Research, Florida Gastroenterologic Society 2015
  • Higgins Award for the Outstanding Senior Resident, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2013
  • Peer Selected Speaker, VCU Internal Medicine Graduation 2013
  • Gold Humanism Honor Society 2010 to current
  • Student Selected Speaker, USF College of Medicine Commencement 2010
  • Senior Class Co-president, USF College of Medicine 2009-2010
  • Florida Medical Foundation Medical Student Scholarship 2009
  • Florida Medical Foundation Joseph S. Sadowski Scholarship 2008