About Sowmya Suryanarayanan, M.D., MRCP, FACP

 

Dr. Sowmya Suryanarayanan is board-certified In Endocrinology and Internal Medicine serving the East Orlando area. She has a special interest in diabetes technology, thyroid and parathyroid disorders, performing thyroid sonogram and biopsy procedures and teaching students and residents. Dr. Surya is a Fellow with the American College of Physicians and Fellow of American College of Endocrinologists. She is also Certified Diabetes Technology Clinician and Member of Royal College of Physicians.

 

Dr. Surya is passionate about helping patients identify the root cause of their symptoms. Dr. Surya has conducted research on a wide variety of topics including the effects of growth hormone and remains actively engaged in new and evolving aspects of endocrine care. Over her years of clinical experience, she has served in several roles as Honorary Assistant Clinical Professor at University of Colorado Hospitals, written protocols in streamlining care for diabetes management in hospitals in cardiovascular patients and also taught residency students, physician assistant students and community physicians. Prior to joining UCF Health, Dr. Surya worked at Morton Plant Hospital/ St. Anthony’s hospital of Baycare Health Systems in Clearwater, Florida and prior to that lived in Colorado.

Recent Publications

  1. Surya Sowmya, Jeffrey F. Horowitz, Naila Goldenberg, Alla Sakharova, Matthew Harber, Andrea S. Cornford, Kathy Symons, and Ariel L. Barkan. The pattern of GH delivery to peripheral tissues determines IGF-1 and lipolytic responses in obese subjects Mol Endocrinol,August 2009, 23 (8):1306-1307
  2. Surya Sowmya, Jeffrey F. Horowitz, Naila Goldenberg, Alla Sakharova, Matthew Harber, Andrea S. Cornford, Kathy Symons, and Ariel L. Barkan. The pattern of GH delivery to peripheral tissues determines IGF-1 and lipolytic responses in obese subjects Endocrine Reviews, August 2009, 30(5):536 –543
  3. Surya Sowmya, Jeffrey F. Horowitz, Naila Goldenberg, Alla Sakharova, Matthew Harber, Andrea S. Cornford, Kathy Symons, and Ariel L. Barkan. The pattern of GH delivery to peripheral tissues determines IGF-1 and lipolytic responses in obese subjects J Clin Endocrinol Metab published May 26, 2009 10.1210/jc.2009-0638
  4. Surya Sowmya, Surya Sowmya, Barkan AB: GH receptor antagonist: mechanism of action and clinical Rev Endocr Metab Disord. 2005 Jan;6(1):5-13.
  5. Surya Sowmya, Symons Kathleen; Rothman Edward; Barkan Ariel  L  Complex   rhythmicity   of   growth   hormone   secretion   in    humans.  Pituitary 2006;9(2):121-5.
  6. Alla A Sakharova , Jeffrey F Horowitz Sowmya Surya, Naila Goldenberg , Matthew P Harber , Kathy Symons, and Ariel Barkan : Role of Growth Hormone in regulating Lipolysis, proteolysis and hepatic glucose production during fasting. J Clin Endocrinol Metab .July 2008 93(7): 2755-2759
  7. The Magnitude of Growth Hormone Pulse Amplitude Helps Regulate the Elevated Lipolytic Rate during Prolonged Fasting. Naila Goldenberg , Jeff Horowitz , Ashraf Gorgey , Alla Sakharova , Sowmya Surya and Ariel Barkan. School of Kinesiology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. School of Medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI School of Physical Therapy, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. ABSTRACT AT Endo Society Presentation Number: MON-665Date of Presentation: June 25, 2012
  8. Sowmya, KS, Baskaran, V and Radhakrishanan S. Complement, Immunoglobulin and Histochemical Study of Renal Disorder. Journal of Association of Physicians of India 1992, 40, No.12 Pg-840
  9. Sowmya KS and Swaminathan, R. Hypercalcemia and Malignancy. Continuing Medical & Professional Development Journal of United Kingdom 2000 Vol 2 No3 Sept: 115-116
  10. Sowmya Surya, Wierzbicki AS and Carr, Hypertriglyceridemia and NK Cell Lymphoma, International Journal Of Clinical Practice, Dec 2003, Vol 57 No 10 Pg 921-22.