The one-year Interventional Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Fellowship at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, offers training in:
- Diagnostic endoscopy and endoscopic ultrasound in gastrointestinal pre-cancer and cancerous disease
- Therapeutic endoscopy for gastrointestinal disease including advanced tissue resection for cure from diseases, third space endoscopy, robotic endoscopy, luminal stent therapy, and other intervention for both benign and malignant diseases
- Endoscopy includes upper and lower endoscopy as well as balloon-assisted or overtube-assisted endoscopy and enteroscopy
- Exposure to bariatric endoscopy
This is a new program designed to train a qualified physician after a categorical gastroenterology fellowship on interventional endoscopy in gastrointestinal diseases.
Our fellowship provides easy access to an animal lab for explant and live model training. You also have the opportunity to participate in discussions on pre-market evaluation. During the fellowship, you will complete approximately 50 advanced resection and third space endoscopy procedures.