The University of California San Diego Gastroenterology and Hepatology Fellowship is an ACGME-accredited GI fellowship that is committed to excellence in patient care, education, and research. The fellowship program provides unrivaled clinical and research opportunities for its fellows. Please click here to
Denise Kalmaz, MD
Samir Gupta, MD
Nedret Copur-Dahi, MD
Michael Docherty, MD
Joshua Rubin, MD
Bernd Schnabl, MD
Amir Zarrinpar, MD, PhD
Shailja Shah, MD MPH
Matthew Tsai, MD, PhD
This is a 12-month preceptor training program which includes training in EUS, ERCP, double balloon endoscopy, balloon thermal ablation of Barrett's, and cholangioscopy. There will be exposure to minimally invasive surgical procedures and clinical research is expected. The position is partially funded by clinical general GI work by the preceptor. A requirement for the program is that applicants must be able to obtain a California medical license before the start of their training. Please click here to apply.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
This is a 12-month postgraduate training program in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. To be eligible to apply to our program, applicants must have graduate from a three-year ACGME accredited gastroenterology training program, be board eligible or board certified in gastroenterology and obtain a California medical license. Candidates will be selected to interview based on their application, CV, letters of recommendations, academic achievements, clinical evaluations, and career goals. To apply, please click
This is a 12-month postgraduate training program in transplant hepatology. To be eligible to apply to our program, applicants must be a graduate from a three-year ACGME-accredited gastroenterology training program, board eligible or board certified in gastroenterology and obtain a California medical license prior to the start of training. Applicants must apply through the AASLD fellowship portal.(AASLD's Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Application (aasldapp.org)).
Advanced Esophageal Preceptorship
This is a 12-month preceptor training program which includes training in Esophageal Diseases with exposure to management of achalasia & esophageal motility disorders, eosinophilic esophagitis, Barrett’s esophagus, esophageal reflux syndromes, and post-surgical symptoms as well as training in functional lumen imaging probe (FLIP), endoscopic dilations, and interpretation of high-resolution manometry and ambulatory reflux monitoring.