The GI Training Program at the University of Pittsburgh is rigorous and selective. Residents interested in gastroenterology as a career are asked to consider the following criteria before applying to a competitive academic gastroenterology fellowship program like the one operating here at the University of Pittsburgh:Clinical training excellence will be required, with special emphasis on achievements during the residency experience.
- Strong academic interests should be demonstrated. Preferred research experiences include bench research, clinical investigations or epidemiological research, but educational research is acceptable as well.
- Strong letters of recommendation will be helpful, so candidates should select physician writers carefully. At least one of these letters should be written by a gastroenterologist or hepatologist.
- Candidates are encouraged to review the qualifications and research interests of current gastroenterology fellows and compare current fellows’ achievements to their own experiences.
For more information about the University of Pittsburgh Gastroenterology Fellowship Program, please browse through our website or contact:
Ms. Kim Luketic
Fellowship Program Coordinator
Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition
Department of Medicine UPMC Presbyterian University Hospital
200 Lothrop Street, Mezz. 2 – C Wing
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Phone: (412) 864-7071
Fax: (412) 864-7080