Find information on residency, fellowship and continuing medical education opportunities available through the Division of Gastroenterology.

 Gastroenterology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital
Gastroenterology Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital

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.

Advanced Fellowship in Gastrointestinal Motility and Functional GI Disease

The goal of the fellowship is to provide clinical and research training for the gastroenterologist to evaluate and manage complex motility and functional GI disorders.

Advanced Hepatology Fellowship

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.

Advanced IBD Fellowship
Advanced IBD Fellowship

The Advanced IBD Fellowship has a tradition of excellence in patient care, clinical research and basic research of inflammatory bowel diseases

Internal Medicine Residency Program
Internal Medicine Residency Program

For more than 75 years, the Department of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at Massachusetts General Hospital has brought experience, commitment and a rigorous and balanced approach to the training of internal medicine residents.

09/14/2015: Workshop on Metagenomics

The Harvard University Center for AIDS Research, in collaboration with the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard, and the Clinical and Translational Epidemiology Unit at MGH, is sponsoring a week-long workshop focused exclusively on computational approaches to metagenomic analysis. This intensive, hands-on course will feature morning and afternoon sessions taught by expert faculty and technical assistants from the Broad Institute, the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, MIT, and Washington University, St. Louis. All participants will acquire skills in fundamental computational methods, study design, data interpretation, and overall literacy in bioinformatic analysis useful for the analysis of amplicon-based and metagenomic data sets. This is a metagenomics workshop and not a general bioinformatics workshop; no previous experience is required.

02/12/2009: Medical Grand Rounds | The Diagnosis of Early Pancreatic Cancer

Medical Grand Rounds emphasize clinical medicine, the scientific basis of medical practice and the social and economic aspects of providing medical care.

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