In our liver clinics, our fellows gain valuable clinical and research experience providing the full spectrum of care for patients with common liver conditions and those with complex needs.
Our faculty members take a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and management of liver disease. As a fellow in our gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition fellowship, you'll augment your knowledge of hepatology practice and learn about providing in-depth liver care, from diagnostics and testing to novel therapies.
Working alongside our liver disease specialists, our fellows learn to:
Our fellows also gain exposure to:
As a trainee in our fellowship, the contact you'll have with patients in our liver clinics will enable you to conduct research and clinical studies.
For instance, you'll have opportunities to follow patients for the purpose of evaluating the safety and efficacy of new treatments. Additionally, liver samples you collect from liver biopsies have the potential to be used for translational research.
Fellows in our program gain insight about working in an interdisciplinary setting as they consult with patients' referring physicians, liver transplant surgeons and hepatologists, pathologists, nutritionists, interventional radiologists and physician assistants.
We see patients with a wide range of disorders at our liver clinics. Our fellows gain experience with conditions including:
We have liver clinics at multiple training sites: