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.
- Program Overview
- Application Process
- Teaching Faculty
Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Program has been approved for the ABIM-approved AASLD GI/Transplant Hepatology Pilot. The pilot allows eligible GI fellows to spend their third year of training in transplant hepatology. Participating fellows are then able to take both the gastroenterology and transplant hepatology ABIM certification examinations if they can achieve all competencies in both disciplines by the end of the year.
The liver transplant program at the University of Minnesota performs approximately 80 liver transplants each year and includes an active living donor liver transplant program. The fellowship provides exposure to a variety of internationally-renowned experts in transplant surgery, advanced endoscopy and interventional radiology.
This training program fulfills all requirements for training as stated by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
Interested applicants must be in a current gastroenterology training program with intent to graduate. Applications are welcome 12-18 months before training begins.
For more information, contact the Fellowship Coordinator
Standard Application Packet
- Universal Application
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae
- 3 Letters of Reference
To apply, please download the Universal Application and submit to:
Ms. Bao Moua
Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition
Department of Medicine, University of Minnesota
516 Delaware Street, SE, MMC 36
Minneapolis, MN 55455
P: (612) 625-8999
F: (612) 625-5620
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|2016||Saleh Elwir||Baylor University, Dallas, TX|
|2015||Amar Mahgoub||Baylor University Medical Center, Dallas, TX|
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|2010||Julie Thompson||University of Minnesota|