GI Fellowship Tracks


Clnical Gastroenterology track - the training encompasses three years of clinical learning and research. By the completion of the fellowship, a trainee is able to treat all diseases of the digestive system.

Research Gastroenterology track - the training program offers a track designed for trainees with a strong desire and motivation to pursue careers in clinical or basic science research in digestive diseases. The training consists of two years of research training (one of which counts towards the three year ACGME requirement) and two years of clinical training.

Advanced Endoscopy track - the training program is developed for candidates who do not only want to be competent in the performance of the basic diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy procedures but are also interested in pursuing endoscopy training further and making it the focus of their careers. Fellows in this one-year program will be performing enteroscopy, capsule endoscopy, EUS, and diagnostic ERCP.

Gastroenterology and Transplant Hepatology track - this three-year training program leads to board eligibility in both gastroenterology and transplant hepatology. The program, which is a pilot initiative of the AASLD, consists of two years of general gastroenterology training followed by a third year of dedicated training in transplant hepatology as well as a combined training in endoscopy.