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Explore the residency training and fellowship programs in the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Medicine.
The Internal Medicine Residency Program has a long and world-renowned tradition of training leaders and teachers in academic medicine and biomedical science.
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.
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
The Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Corrigan Minehan Heart Center, cardiology's core fellowship program, is a three year ACGME training program consisting of two clinical years and one research year. Additional years in research are available and encouraged.
Learn about the Interventional Pulmonary (IP) fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Massachusetts General Hospital.
The Echocardiography Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is a two year non-ACGME training program.
The Electrophysiology Fellowship provides training in managing patients with complex cardiac arrhythmias and performing a wide range of invasive and noninvasive cardiac electrophysiologic and pacing procedures.
The ACGME-accredited fellowship program in Endocrinology at Massachusetts General Hospital prepares physicians for careers in academic medicine and endocrinology.
The Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital is a one-year ACGME approved Fellowship focusing on the care of patients ages 65 and older across the continuum of health care settings.
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 Harvard Palliative Care Fellowship Program aims to establish a standard of excellence in the field of palliative care training with specific emphasis placed on comprehensive, interdisciplinary end-of-life care.
The Harvard Training Program in Nutritional Metabolism offers NIH-funded training slots for MDs or PhDs interested in nutrition-related research.
The Heart Failure and Transplant Fellowship provides inpatient and outpatient training in evaluating and treating patients with advanced heart disease, and follow-up of patients after cardiac transplant.
The Interventional Cardiology Fellowship provides training in clinical interventional cardiology where fellows master the skills of percutaneous coronary interventional procedures and gain exposure to a wide variety of structural heart disease percutaneous procedures.
The objective of the MGH/BWH Nephrology joint fellowship program is to provide vigorous, comprehensive clinical and research training for physicians to become productive leaders in academic nephrology.
The Nuclear Cardiology Fellowship Program provides training in all aspects of nuclear cardiology practice, including cardiac PET, stress performance and interpretation and image analysis and interpretation.
Postdoctoral Fellows in the Division of Nephrology are appointed by the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Medicine and at Harvard Medical School on an annual basis.
The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School offers a fellowship program designed to train leaders in academic pulmonary and critical care medicine.
The Massachusetts General Hospital Fellowship Program in Rural Health Leadership empowers early-career physicians to become leaders in partnering with challenged communities to improve health systems.
The Structural Heart Disease Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital Corrigan Minehan Heart Center is a one-year program that provides training in structural heart disease procedures for fellows with a completed cardiac catheterization and coronary interventional fellowship.
The Vascular Diagnostic and Intervention Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is a one-year, non-ACGME training program.
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