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Welcome to the GI Fellowship at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. We have a long tradition of training the future academic leaders of gastroenterology and hepatology. We are proud to strengthen and continue this mission.
Our program has an impressive historic past, dating back to the 1930s, when it was founded by the world renowned hepatologist Dr. Leon Schiff. Dr. Schiff is considered by many to be the Father of modern day Hepatology. We continue this strong tradition
by educating and training those who will become the next generation of academic physician leaders.
WE WELCOME ALL OF YOU TO LEARN ABOUT OUR PROGRAM!
The GI fellowship strives to train gastroenterologists and hepatologists who will maintain life-long scholarly interests in the pathogenesis and treatment of gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary disorders.
Our trainees acquire clinical competence in all aspects of gastroenterology and hepatology. Specifically, the program imparts fellows with the expertise to provide patients with high-quality, compassionate, and cost-effective care, to perform a broad range
of endoscopic procedures, and to conduct research in various aspects of gastroenterology and hepatology. Fellows with an interest in academic gastroenterology, including basic laboratory research or clinical research are included within the structure
of the fellowship program.
University of CincinnatiDepartment of Internal Medicine
Division of Digestive Diseases
231 Albert Sabin Way, ML 0595
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0595