The Cedars-Sinai Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center offers an Advanced Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Fellowship training program for qualified candidates. This training experience exposes fellows to rigorous outpatient and inpatient clinical training, as well as the opportunity to engage in basic, translational, and clinical research projects
Dozens of trainees have completed the program and established themselves as clinical and academic experts in IBD. Our goal is to expose trainees to excellent clinical and research training in IBD, and to facilitate the growth of future clinical and academic leaders in IBD.
The IBD fellowship is a one year program which allows fellows to directly interact with faculty mentors in both clinical and research capacities. In addition to their strong clinical background, our faculty includes experts in mucosal immunology, animal models of IBD, translational and genetics research, clinical/outcomes and health services research, and clinical trials.
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The interested applicant must have completed a general gastroenterology training program; applicants who attended medical school outside the United States must have ECFMG certification and have passed all USMILE examinations to apply. All applicants are expected to apply for a California medical license.
The application period is from December through March, approximately 1½ years prior to the starting date. For example, applicants interested in starting July 1, 2020, should email Program Christina Ha, MD, at [email protected] between December 2018 and March 2019.
Dec 11, 2020
Los Angeles, California