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Overview

The Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, is a 12-month program that offers intensive training in clinical assessment and management of patients with inflammatory bowel disease.

As a fellow, you will develop the skills required to provide helpful consultations to gastroenterologists and communicate complex issues related to IBD to patients and families. Amidst the robust multidisciplinary expertise at Mayo Clinic, you have unparalleled access to resources in nursing, social work, pharmacy, physical therapy, and other areas all with the common goal of optimizing care for your patients.

The Advanced Inflammatory Bowel Disease Fellowship curriculum and mentorship focuses on building your expertise in diagnosis and treatment of IBD, management of adverse events related to IBD or IBD therapies, and preventive health strategies for IBD patients.

Highlights of the program include:

  • Broad clinical exposure, from routine IBD cases to complex national and international referrals
  • Close working relationships with the IBD faculty team, including four physicians, three advanced practice providers, and four RNs/LPNs
  • Ability to work with a diverse patient population, including local families, Medicare patients, and patients from underserved communities

Fellows also have protected time for clinical research and the opportunity to present their work or publish in a peer-reviewed publication.

Program history

The Advanced Inflammatory Bowel Disease Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, began in 2021. The program accepts one fellow each year.

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Choosing Mayo Clinic

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Campus and community

Jacksonville, FL

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Stipend and benefits