The University of Minnesota supports three gastroenterology fellowship training programs: an ACGME-accredited, three-year Gastroenterology Fellowship Program, an ACGME-accredited one-year Transplant Hepatology Program, and one-year Advanced ERCP/EUS Fellowship Program.
GI fellows receive a minimum of 18 months of clinical training and six months of research training during the three year program. For most GI fellows, the program consists of two clinical years (first and third) and one research year (second year).
Degree or Accreditation conferred upon completion: Advanced Endoscopy Fellow, University of Minnesota (University of Minnesota GME-approved program)
The Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Program is a one-year, ACGME-accredited training program which provides advanced education in all aspects of hepatology. The curriculum has been carefully designed to provide a balance of transplant and non-transplant clinical hepatology and research experience in preparation for a career in academic hepatology.