The one-year Advanced Esophageal Disease Fellowship at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Arizona offers fundamental training in managing esophageal disorders and performing esophageal procedures in a patient-centered environment unlike any other.
As one of the premier tertiary referral centers in the southwest U.S., trainees see a fascinating variety of pathology, from simple cases to rare conditions. Each trainee enjoys a balanced curriculum, access to renowned mentors, a wealth of research opportunities, personalized support, and one year tailored to their area of interest. The program accepts one fellow each year, which allows individual attention and camaraderie amongst the fellows and faculty.
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Candidates for the esophageal diseases fellowship must have completed post M.D./D.O. training in internal medicine and subspecialty training in gastroenterology. A strong academic record and appropriate recommendations is essential. Ideally, the applicant will be board eligible in gastroenterology before enrolling in the fellowship.
Candidates must have demonstrated an interest in esophageal disease and have been involved in some esophageal research. They must show commitment to initiating an academic career in esophagology. International medical graduates are welcome to apply and must meet established Mayo Clinic criteria for international fellows.
Complete the following steps to apply:
In addition to the standard application materials required by Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education, this program requires:
Marcelo Vela, M.D.
Jennifer Horsley-Silva, M.D.
Assistant Program Director
Email: [email protected]
Dec 20, 2021