The Section of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Baylor College of Medicine offers a fellowship program to prepare individuals for academic careers by broad training in gastroenterology and hepatology. We accept up to five clinical and one research (T32) fellow each year beginning in July.
Applicants to both the clinical and research fellowship track positions must have completed an internal medicine residency program from an accredited U.S. institution.
Academic Clinical Track
The clinical track is a three-year program for fellows who intend to enter clinical academic practice upon completion of the training program. Read more about this track on our curriculum page.
Research Fellowship Track
The Research Fellowship Track is a four-year fellowship funded by a T32 grant from the NIH, and includes two years of focused training in epidemiology, biostatistics, evidence-based medicine, outcomes research, and health services research. Fellows in this track will have the opportunity to complete an advanced research degree (Masters in Public Health or Masters in Clinical Investigation) during the fellowship. Read more about this track on our curriculum page.
Applications are being accepted through Electronic Residency Application Service ERAS, a program run by the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC). General information with application timelines can be found through the AAMC website.
H1 visa sponsorship is no longer offered. We do; however, currently accept J1's.
All interviews will be done virtually this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. To learn how Baylor is responding to the pandemic, visit our Coronavirus website.