Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship Program
The Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship Program at Borland-Groover Clinic will give you an opportunity to engage in the latest in advanced endoscopy techniques, expand medical skills and build a foundation for a distinguished career in internal medicine. This is a one-year PGY-7 non-ACGME accredited fellowship position for training in advanced endoscopy. The program offers training in ERCP, EUS, and other advanced procedures. Fellows will be brought in at the level of junior associate attending at Borland-Groover Clinic. The position is partially funded by clinical general GI work by the fellow.
This is an opportunity to learn from the best faculty and researchers from leading hepatology and gastroenterology in the US and abroad. The first step is to apply to become a fellow.
Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship Application
The training year begins in July and is available to those who have completed a three-year Gastroenterology fellowship in the United States or the equivalent abroad and are ABIM board eligible. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or have permanent residency status.
Contact us if you have any questions, or apply for the Borland Groover Clinic Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship program.