The Transplant Hepatology Fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine is ACGME-accredited to provide one-year intensive clinical training that meets ABIM requirements for Board Eligibility for certification in Transplant Hepatology.
Our program trains aspiring transplant hepatologists in a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of all hepatobiliary diseases, as well as, the evaluation, perioperative, waitlist and postoperative management of liver transplant patients.
Our program graduates become the next generation of academicians and clinicians in the discipline of hepatology and liver transplantation to improve the health and well-being of our community and the underserved with chronic liver diseases.
Our mission is to train academic hepatologists.
For more information about the program, kindly visit https://www.bcm.edu/department...
Applicants must have completed training in gastroenterology fellowship. We accept applications from candidates for PGY7.
All applicants are requested to provide a copy of a current curriculum vitae, USMLE board scores and to summarize their personal goals for training in hepatology and liver transplantation and the type of career they wish to pursue after training.
Sep 22, 2023