Fellowship Program

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GI Fellowship Training

The OHSU GI Fellowship training program goal is to provide you with an outstanding education in both Gastroenterology and Hepatology in a collegial, supportive and academically challenging environment. In the sections below, we have provided you with information on the application process, program overview and listing of current faculty and fellows.

  • Janice Jou, MD, MHS
    Program Director
  • Sarah Diamond, MD
    Associate Program Director

Application Process

We have 7 fellows in our Gastroenterology program, with 2-3 fellowship positions available each academic year. We will accept applications for those positions through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) starting in July of each year.

More on the application process

Program Information

The Gastroenterology training program mission is to produce thoughtful, well-rounded, knowledgeable Gastroenterologists. Our program length is three years. The first year primarily consists of inpatient clinical responsibilities. The second and third year of fellowship allow for more time to pursue scholarly activities.

Read more program information

Faculty and Current Fellows

Our faculty and fellows come from numerous locations and training experiences.

View details about faculty

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