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We no longer think of celiac disease as rare.
As a fellow, you rotate through all our subspecialty clinics, including IBD, celiac, esophagus, pancreas, motility, hepatobiliary, comprehensive, and neoplasia.
Some major areas of research include: Celiac disease Eosinophilic esophagitis Chronic liver disease Enteric neuroscience Fecal microbial transplant Inflammatory bowel disease Current...
Development of abstracts for at least two of the major national gastroenterology meetings - Digestive Disease Week and the American College of Gastroenterology annual meeting - also is anticipated.
Clinical training and rotations The fellowship includes these clinical experiences: Core outpatient rotations: Esophageal Clinic GI Neoplasia Clinic General GI Clinic Hepatology Clinic Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic Motility Clini...
You will rotate through all subspecialty clinics (pancreas, motility, hepatobiliary, esophagus, celiac, neoplasia, and inflammatory bowel disease) during your first year to build a solid foundation across all areas o...
The development of abstracts for at least two of the major national GI meetings - Digestive Disease Week (American Gastroenterological Association and American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy) in the spring and American Colleg...
You will work daily with world-renowned gastroenterologists and hepatologists whose interests and expertise embrace all areas of digestive diseases.
Fellows have access to physicians in the Advanced Endoscopy Interest Group, the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Interest Group, the Pancreas Interest Group, the Hepatobiliary Interest Group, and the Motility Interest Group, among others.
Read more Research, Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education Alberto Rubio Tapia, M.D., is a very special fellow October 23, 2019 An internationally recognized authority on celiac disease, he changed his care...
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