The Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Training Program at the University of California is a one year intensive clinical training program designed to comply with ACGME requirements and to provide training that meets ABIM requirements for Board Eligibility for certification in Transplant Hepatology.
The mission of our fellowship program is to train the future leaders in hepatology and liver transplant through diverse, comprehensive, multidisciplinary clinical experiences in the inpatient and outpatient settings. Our fellows receive outstanding clinical training through direct care of a diverse patient population, as well as a didactic curriculum dedicated to growing their expertise in hepatology.
To know more about the program, kindly visit their website at https://gastroenterology.ucsf.edu/transplant-hepatology-fellowship
Applications for the Transplant Hepatology fellowship begin on July 1, two years prior to the start of the fellowship. The deadline to submit your complete application, including 3 letters of reference is October 30, 2020 for a start date of July 2022.
The interview date for fellowship positions for July 1, 2022 - June 30, 2023 will be December 2, 2020.
All interviews will occur remotely via Zoom for the 2020 interview season due to the COVID pandemic.
Up to 3 positions are available each year, either through the traditional pathway (3 years GI + 1 hepatology), or via the accelerated pathway (GI + hepatology in 3 years; open to UCSF GI fellows only).
Please send applications (Download here: TRANSPLANT HEPATOLOGY APPLICATION) to the contact information below.
Danielle Brandman, MD, MAS (Program Director)
c/o Karen Wong
University of California, San Francisco
513 Parnassus Avenue, S-357
San Francisco, CA 94143-0538