Gastroenterology Fellowship Training Program is an
ACGME-accredited program. Each year, the program recruits to
fill clinical and research slots; the number of open slots can
vary per academic year. The Division's NIH T32 Training Grant
financially supports the training of the research track fellow.
fellowship program is a three-year intensive experience in all aspects of gastrointestinal
and liver diseases, including management of acute gastrointestinal
bleeding, liver transplantation, and outpatient management of acute and chronic
gastrointestinal and liver diseases. Our
fellows also gain exposure in many subspecialties in gastroenterology including
advanced endoscopy, motility, transplant hepatology and inflammatory bowel
To apply for our program, applicants must apply through ERAS.
Applications submitted between July 15 through Aug 25th will be reviewed.
Invitations to interview with our program will be sent out in August. We have two interview days.
Our 2020 interview dates are: September 18th and October 2nd
Due to the number of applicants who apply to our program, we currently do not sponsor J-1 or H-1B visas.
Applicants are chosen through the National Resident Matching Program.
In the applications through ERAS, we require the following documentation.
- Common Application
- Curriculum Vitae
- Personal Statement
- Minimum of three letters of recommendation (Internal Medicine Program Director, Attending Physician, and Gastroenterologist)
- USMLE board scores
- Please designate which track you are applying for (clinical or research)
Questions may be addressed to our program coordinator, Roslyn Lara (firstname.lastname@example.org/858-657-5278).