The Transplant Hepatology Fellowship (2 fellows per year) will provide the opportunity to develop and achieve the clinical knowledge, procedural skills, and professionalism required to become a highly-qualified transplant hepatologist. Fellows, in collaboration with numerous specialties, will care for patients with a diverse array of illnesses, in both acute and chronic settings, and of varying severities. By the end of this one year fellowship, fellows will be eligible for board-certification in Transplant Hepatology.
Faculty members in the Divisions of Transplantation and Hepatology serve as mentors and role models to the Fellow in clinical care, research, education and overall professionalism. Fellows will be consistently evaluated in these capacities throughout the academic year.
Fellows will be given the opportunity, and are encouraged to participate in professional organization meetings and institutional committee activities.
The day-to-day work of a transplant hepatology Fellow involves a number of diverse activities, generally defined by 1 month block scheduling as either “in-patient” or “out-patient.” Some of these activities may run through block sessions to ensure continuity of care and educational growth of the Fellow.
Further program details, including our Housestaff Manual and a sample training contract, are available on our McGaw Medical Center Graduate Education site. Likewise, we recommend reading through our FREIDA listings: Program Number 158-16-14-015.
Learn more via the information below.
Josh Levitsky, MD
Christopher Moore, MD
Associate Program Director
Housestaff Research Portal
Feinberg has the infrastructure and resources to assist McGaw trainees interested in conducting scientific research. Visit our Housestaff Research Portal to learn more.