Fellows in Training

Shaping and supporting future clinicians and innovators in GI and hepatology.



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Question of the Week

A 53-year-old male underwent a routine upper endoscopy for uncontrolled heartburn. A 12 mm soft sub-epithelial lesion with slight yellowish hue was seen in the antrum of the stomach (left Image). On EUS…

Education and Meetings

ACG Regional Courses and Annual Scientific Meeting
& Postgraduate Course

Professional Development Resources

Research & Training Grants and Publishing

Program Directors

Education Universe GI Training Pathway

This site contains educational materials covering the GI Core Curriculum and allows PDs to assign homework to their fellows.

NYU OSCE Toolkit

This Toolkit gives you the materials you need as a GI program director to evaluate a fellow’s skills set, using the objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) simulation method.

Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs)

A toolbox designed to help meet the ACGME Internal Medicine Subspecialty Reporting Milestones requirements while training fellows to independently care for patients.

GI Core Curriculum

The Core Curriculum constitutes a living document that represents the four societies’ vision of best practices in gastroenterology training.

ACG Edgar Achkar Visiting Professorship Program

Providing noteworthy speakers for training in your community.

GI Fellowship Program Information

Find a GI Program and Learn about the Match Process

Search ACG’s GI Fellowship Program database or learn more about the Match process and deadlines

Applying to Fellowship Programs

Educational and informative videos for internal medicine residents looking to explore a Gastroenterology Fellowship.