During the program, you will acquire skills in patient diagnosis and management, procedural techniques, teaching and research.
Below is a typical rotation schedule:
|Inpatient Transplant Hepatology and Liver Service
|Outpatient Liver Transplant Clinic
|Outpatient Hepatology Clinic
|Transplant Hepatology and Liver Research
|Weekly Continuity Clinic
Clinical conferences (including Hepatocellular Carcinoma and Tumor, Liver Biopsy, Liver Case, Core Curriculum, Transplant Selection, and Transplant Patient Management), seminars, small discussion groups, journal clubs and one-on-one instruction are all integral parts of the program.
As a Transplant Hepatology fellow, you will participate in clinical research projects, with dozens of potential projects from which to choose. Many of our staff hepatologists and hepatobiliary surgeons conduct research. They all welcome participation from fellows. You will be given the opportunity to present your research at various national conferences.