Program Overview

The division of general, endocrine, and metabolic surgery (GEMS), within the department of surgery, offers a one-year clinical non-accredited fellowship in line with the Fellowship Council Advanced GIMIS criteria with experiences in foregut, bariatric, ventral, and inguinal hernias, focusing on laparoscopic and robotic approaches along with open abdominal wall reconstruction. 

This is a one-year postgraduate fellowship with the individual hired in a clinical instructor role designed to provide the fellow with clinical experience and didactic knowledge in the comprehensive care of patients with surgical problems associated with the GI tract, with special emphasis on Abdominal wall/core health and foregut procedures.

Application Cycle

The Application Cycle is currently closed. Applications for the 2025/2026 Academic Year will open in mid-July 2024.

Contact the following for questions about the Fellowship program: