How to Apply
Thank you for your interest in the University of Michigan’s Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship Program. The start date for this program is July 1, 2020.
We are currently accepting applications through the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) Advanced Endoscopy Application Form.
March 1, 2019 · 8:00 pm EST · Application deadline. Last date for applicant to complete Application Packet online. Letters of Reference due to the Match.
March 15, 2019 · First date for programs to contact applicants to offer interviews.
June 26, 2019 · 8:00 pm EST · APPLICANT rank order lists due/End of withdrawal period. Last date for applicant rank order lists to be submitted. Last date for applicants to withdraw from the Match.
June 28, 2019 · 8:00 pm EST · PROGRAM rank order lists due/End program withdrawal period. Last date for institution rank order list to be submitted. Last date for institutions to withdraw programs.
July 15, 2019 · 10:00 am EST · Match Results Date. Results will be posted to the website. Institutions may view matches and download unmatched applicants list. Matched applicants may access matched program information. Unmatched applicants may download list of open positions.
Please follow the online instructions carefully as only completed application packets will be reviewed.
Note: All information will be held in confidence to protect your privacy.
The Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship is a 1-year training program for candidates who have already completed a 3-year ABIM-certified Gastroenterology Fellowship. The purposes of this 4th-year Endoscopy Training Program are to provide the fellows with the cognitive and technical skills to perform EUS and ERCP and related endoscopic procedures at the expert level. The program seeks to train the future leaders of academic endoscopy in the United States as well as internationally.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens or have permanent residency status.
Applicants with a J-1 visa or an H1B visa are not eligible to apply for this training program because salary support for the fellowship is generated by the trainee, who performs general endoscopic procedures one day per week.
The dedicated faculty are all experts in both procedures; the program performs approximately 1300 EUS and 1300 ERCP procedures per year, providing suitable experience to train two advanced fellows. In addition, the trainees will gain exposure to state-of-the-art stenting and mucosal resection/ablation techniques, as well as balloon-assisted enteroscopy. A dedicated case conference is run by the trainees in collaboration with the active faculty and hepatobiliary surgeons on a biweekly basis. In addition,the GI Division offers a broad array of conferences to enhance the trainees’ experience.
The advanced endoscopy trainee is expected to participate in scholarly activity. There are numerous clinical and translational research studies undertaken by the program faculty, including active collaborations with the College of Engineering.
Our trainees have demonstrated excellence in clinical care and scholarship; many have assumed leadership positions in major hospitals and universities across the United States and around the world.
Advanced Endoscopy Training Program Faculty
Michelle A. Anderson, MD, MS
Aarti Oza Bedi, MD
Grace H. Elta, MD
Richard Kwon, MD, MS
Ryan J. Law, DO, Program Director
Stacy B. Menees, MD, MS
Anoop Prabhu, MD
Allison R. Schulman, MD, MPH
Erik-Jan Wamsteker, MD
If you have any questions, please contact the GME Program Administrator: Melissa (Missy) Gabriel
Phone: (734) 936-8596