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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 training fulfills United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) criteria for liver transplant physicians.

Unique program opportunities include:

Your training experience

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.

Director's welcome

Director's welcome

Our mission is to train transplant hepatologists to be exceptional clinicians, respected scholars, and leaders in the field. During training, you will work with faculty mentors based on your specific research interests with protected research time and the opportunity to present your research at national conferences.

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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