The goal of the Tufts Medical Center fellowship program is to train individuals for an academic career in the fields of gastroenterology and hepatology. Our ACGME accredited program accepts 2-3 fellows each year.
The program is designed to offer flexibility to accommodate the needs of each individual fellow while providing training in our core clinical areas. Graduating fellows will have extensive expertise in the management of liver disease, GI bleeding, acute and chronic GI diseases and endoscopy. Clinical training also includes opportunities to develop advanced procedural skills in ERCP, EUS, endoscopic mucosal resection and balloon enteroscopy.
Our fellowship program is offered in collaboration with St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center. Fellows also rotate through MetroWest Medical Center. The availability of two teaching sites in addition to Tufts Medical Center provides our trainees with an outstanding and diverse opportunity for clinical training and research under one fellowship program.
Aaron Dickstein, MD
Director, Gastroenterology Fellowship Program
GI Fellowship Program Coordinator