Hepatology Fellowship Programs

The Hepatology faculty provide comprehensive training in the management of acute and chronic liver diseases for the GI fellows in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and the fourth-year advanced transplant hepatology fellows. The Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Program has trained a majority of the transplant hepatologists practicing in Michigan.

Clinical Training

Inpatient Rotations

  • Liver Inpatient Service
  • Liver Consult Service

Outpatient Clinics

  • General Hepatology Clinics (Taubman Center and VA)
  • Cirrhosis Program
  • Fatty Liver Disease Clinic
  • Liver Transplant Clinic
  • Liver Tumor Clinic
  • Viral Hepatitis Clinic
  • Wilson Disease Clinic

Teaching Conferences

  • Clinical case discussions
  • Journal club
  • Pathology seminar

Research Training

In addition to direct mentoring by one of the Hepatology faculty, fellows have the opportunity to pursue a 1- to 2-year master's degree course in epidemiology, clinical research, and biostatistics. Research-in-progress seminars are held monthly.

Transplant Hepatology Fellowship

For information on the U-M Transplant Hepatology Fellowship, click here.