Gastroenterology Fellowship Application Process
Our Fellowship Training Program is an ACGME accredited program that typically accepts three clinical fellows and one research fellow per academic year. The Division's NIH T32 Training Grant financially supports the training of the research track fellow.
Our GI Fellowship training program is a three-year intensive experience in all aspects of gastrointestinal diseases, including management of acute GI bleeding, liver transplantation, and outpatient management of acute and chronic GI diseases. Our fellows graduate from our program with a rich experience of management of all GI diseases.
To apply for our program, applicants must apply through ERAS.
Only completed applications submitted from July 1 through July 31st will be reviewed.
After July 31st, completed applications will be reviewed by our selection committee and invitation letters will be sent to come interview for our program in late August. We offer two interview dates, 2013 both dates are in October.
Applicants are chosen through the National Resident Matching Program.
When applying to ERAS, we require the following documentation.
- Common Application
- Curriculum Vitae
- Personal Statement
- Minimum of three Letters of Recommendation (Dean of medical school, Program Director, Gastroenterologist)
- USMLE board scores
- Designate which track you are applying for (clinical or research)