The Pancreatology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, offers you broad opportunities and advanced training in medical pancreatology. The Pancreas Interest Group, including seven gastroenterologists with a specific interest in pancreatic diseases, sees more than 700 new patients each year in the outpatient Pancreas Clinic.
This one-year fellowship is designed for the gastroenterologist who plans a career in an academic setting with a major focus on clinical practice and research in pancreatology.
Unique program opportunities include:
An academic training program to meet your individual interests
Exposure to over 700 patients with suspected or proven diseases of the exocrine pancreas
Excellent research opportunities under the direction of the heads of the pancreas interest group and clinic, with broad exposure to a variety of research programs, such as clinical trials, epidemiology, biomarker discovery, and high-risk screening
Working closely with a strong multidisciplinary team that includes experts in pancreaticobiliary surgery, therapeutic endoscopy, radiology, and pathology
No after-hours call responsibility
Large practice with an average of approximately 35,000 endoscopic procedures every year
State-of-the-art facilities with the latest equipment
Your training experience
As a fellow at Mayo Clinic, you'll have access to robust clinical, educational, and research resources. You'll find support both inside and outside of the campus to promote physical and mental wellness and ensure your work/life balance.
Mayo Clinic was one of the first institutions to provide advanced training in medical pancreatology. The Pancreatology Fellowship began in 1998, and since that time, we have graduated numerous fellows who have gone on to become leading experts within the pancreas community nationally and internationally.
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