The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Neurointestinal Health has advanced fellowship positions available in neurogastroenterology and motility (NGM) disorders. Dates can be flexible. Additional opportunities also exist for senior fellows who can physically be on site in Boston as a portion of their traditional fellowship experience. 

Among the largest NGM faculties in the country, our Center offers candidates robust motility testing interpretation expertise for both upper and lower gastrointestinal disorders. A graduate of this advanced fellowship also will feel comfortable with the entire spectrum of disordered gut-brain interaction, including esophageal, gastroduodenal, and colon/anorectal issues. Extensive mentorship in research methodology is provided. Recent graduates have gone onto prestigious faculties in the United States (Harvard affiliated and beyond) and around the world to fill an important clinical need.   

Please contact Dr. Christopher Vélez (the Associate Program Director for the advanced fellowship) at if you meet the following criteria:  

  1. For those candidates applying after completing US-based gastroenterology fellowship, they must be board eligible/board certified and be graduating gastroenterology fellowship no later than end of June  2024.   
  2. For those senior fellows interested in training with us during GI fellowship, they must either be based in Greater Boston-area GI fellowships or be able to physically locate to Boston for substantive proportions of their fellowship year (at least the majority of the academic year).  
  3. Candidates who do not meet either of the above criteria (for example, internal medicine residents seeking training before GI fellowship) unfortunately cannot be considered at this time.