Training & Education
The Division of Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases strives to provide fellows with a robust clinical experience and a stimulating training environment that strongly supports clinical and academic career development. The USC GI and Liver Diseases Fellowship Program is committed to providing excellent clinical training in consultative gastroenterology and hepatology and diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy. Fellows are initially matched to a 3-year general gastroenterology and hepatology training program that expects an active participation in the management of a variety of GI and liver diseases.
The integrated fellowship program offers expert training in capsule endoscopy, deep enteroscopy, EMR, radiofrequency ablation, Bravo pH, impedance/pH, manometry/pH, EUS and advanced biliary endoscopy. The training program emphasizes the pursuit of new scientific advancements in the fields of gastroenterology and hepatology that supports outstanding opportunities for learning and educational endeavor.