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2020-2021 Division of Gastroenterology Fellows
Gastroenterology fellows are recruited from outstanding medical residency programs. The GI fellowship is supported through two NIH T32 training grants - one in basic sciences and the other in GI epidemiology. Intensive efforts are pursued on behalf of medical students in their basic science and clinical curricula, with venues for research at all stages. Finally, an innovative research program for undergraduate students was initiated and has matured into an NIH R25 training grant.
Our Gastroenterology, Transplant Hepatology, and Advanced Endoscopy Fellowships are filled for July 2020.
We will be participating in ERAS for the July 2020 Gastroenterology Match. Please register with the NRMP (National Resident Matching Service) in order to participate in the Gastroenterology Match.
Applications for the Gastroenterology Match are accepted through ERAS beginning July 1, 2020. We review these applications in the order that they are received. Thus, early completion of your ERAS application, including all reference letters, is strongly advised
The University of Pennsylvania Health System has a tobacco free hiring policy.
Information about the Gastroenterology Fellowship and the application requirements.
Information about the Transplant Hepatology Fellowship and the application requirements.
Information about the Advanced Endoscopy and the application requirements.
Information about the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Fellowship and the application requirements.
Information about the Advanced Esophagology and Swallowing Fellowship and the application requirements.
Neurogastroenterology and Motility Advanced Training Fellowship