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Program Description and Goals

Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship

During the three-year Gastroenterology Training Program, Fellows are expected to develop comprehensive skills in the diagnostic evaluation, treatment, and follow-up of common and uncommon problems of digestive disease function in children. In addition, Fellows will develop an understanding of relevant embryology, biochemistry, physiology, anatomy, and pharmacology as related to the development of normal and abnormal gastrointestinal function in the developing child. Specifically, familiarity and competence should be developed in managing disorders of the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, liver, gall bladder, biliary tract, and pancreas; and functional and nutritional problems of the gastrointestinal tract. Please see provided link for a more in-depth description of the Goals and Objectives, and expectations for the Gastroenterology Fellowship Program.

Overall Education and Program Goals

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