Dr. Dev Abraham completed his graduate and post-graduate training in India and in England respectively. He joined the University of Utah internal medicine residency program in 1993 and then pursued endocrine fellowship training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Following his fellowship training, he returned to the University of Utah in 1998 and joined as endocrinology faculty in the Department of Medicine and the VAMC.
He is currently appointed as a Clinical Professor of Medicine and also serves as an adjunct Professor in departments of Surgery and Pathology. He is passionate about medical education and has been a devoted teacher. He is involved with medical student, resident and fellowship training in endocrinology locally and nationally. He has been awarded numerous local and international teaching awards. He was awarded the prestigious AACE Jack Baskin Endocrine teaching award in 2016.
He is a dedicated clinician and is the Director of the Thyroid and Parathyroid Tumor Program. He is an expert in performing ultrasound evaluation of thyroid and parathyroid tumors. He is certified by the ECNU / AIUM to perform head and neck ultrasonography. He has developed unique techniques for parathyroid and medullary thyroid cancer localization. He also serves as Director of Utah Diabetes and Endocrinology Center.