The Gastroenterology Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital provides a rigorous foundation in patient care, research, and teaching for talented individuals committed to careers in academic gastroenterology.
The goal of advanced training in liver disease is to create hepatologists competent to manage the full spectrum of hepatological problems including patients undergoing liver transplantation and to fulfill the requirements of the ABIM Certificate of Added Qualifications in Transplant Hepatology.
The Advanced IBD Fellowship has a tradition of excellence in patient care, clinical research and basic research of inflammatory bowel diseases
For more than 75 years, the Department of Medicine Residency Training Program has brought experience, commitment, and a rigorous and balanced approach to the training of internal medicine residents.
Optimizing women's health at midlife requires an understanding of a wide range of medical specialties. In this course, a multidisciplinary group of experts from the Midlife Women's Health Center at Massachusetts General Hospital will present on cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, obesity, breast cancer, menopausal symptoms, urinary incontinence, skin aging, sleep and stress management.
10/15/2009: On-Demand CME Program
Earn CME credit and learn from Mass General's digestive health experts about the latest advances in screening for and treating Barrett's Esophagus, GERD and other precursors to esophageal cancer.
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