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Gastroenterology Fellowship

Gastroenterology Fellowship Mission Statement

The primary mission of our 3-year fellowship program is to teach the art and science of gastroenterology to highly motivated and accomplished internists. Trainees become familiar with the presentation, natural history, pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal, liver and hepatobiliary diseases through outpatient and inpatient care, endoscopic activities, divisional and department conferences, participation in research, and independent self-motivated learning. Clinical Duties are split between the University of Missouri Hospitals and Clinics and the Harry S. Truman VA Hospital and its clinics. Graduates of the training program are fully prepared to enter independent clinical and academic practice.


For questions about the fellowship program or application process
please e-mail or phone:
GI Fellowship Coordinator
Telephone: (573) 882-8586
Fax: (573) 884-4595
You may also e-mail the Associate Director, GI Fellowship Program, Dr. John Marshall


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