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Overview

The one-year Transplant Hepatology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, offers an extraordinary education in transplant and non-transplant hepatology. The curriculum is carefully designed to provide a balance of clinical, didactic, and investigative experience, and to prepare you for a career in academic transplant hepatology. The training fulfills United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) criteria for liver transplant physicians.

As a fellow in the Transplant Hepatology Fellowship program, you will train with a dedicated and enthusiastic faculty of hepatologists, transplant surgeons, and other specialists in the areas of gastroenterology, pathology, radiology, infectious diseases, immunology, and psychiatry.

Faculty

Eight faculty members are board certified in Transplant Hepatology. They are Bashar Aqel, M.D., Thomas Byrne, M.D., Elizabeth Carey, M.D., David Chascsa, M.D., David Douglas, M.D., Rolland Dickson, MD., Channa Jayasekera, M.D., and Hugo Vargas, M.D.

Accreditation

Transplant Hepatology is an ACGME-accredited fellowship. This training program fulfills the requirements for training as stated by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Certification

At the end of the program, a fellow will be eligible to take the Transplant Hepatology Board Certification exam offered through the American Board of Internal Medicine.

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Program history

The Transplant Hepatology Fellowship began in 1999 with a strong track record of placing graduates in competitive Transplant Hepatology positions. It is anticipated that two fellows will complete training in this program annually.

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Stipend and benefits