Gastroenterology Fellowship FAQs

How many fellows are accepted every year?

We have 5 fellowship positions per year

Do you have a Transplant Hepatology fellowship?

Yes we do have an accredited Transplant Hepatology fellowship and offer the option of applying for the integrated pilot program during the 3rd year of Gastroenterology fellowship

Do you have an Advanced Endoscopy fellowship?

Yes we do have a competitive 4th year Advanced Endoscopy fellowship with 1 position per year.

How can I apply and when is your application deadline?

Applications can be submitted through ERAS. The deadline will be end of August every year.

Do you accept applicants with visas?

We review all applicants sent to us, and select a small group of the most competitive applicants to interview for our program.

When are interviews held?

Interviews will begin in mid-September for the Gastroenterology Fellowship Program.

Do you accept applicants outside of the match?

No we do not accept applicants outside of the match process.

Will you interview candidates who graduate from osteopathic programs?

Yes we will if they have taken both the USMLE boards and the COMLEX.

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