Fellowship training in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt provides an excellent opportunity for a broad-based, comprehensive, clinical and research experience. The training environment and program are highly developed, exposing trainees to the full spectrum of pediatric gastrointestinal diseases while maintaining the strong tradition of providing outstanding opportunities for research training. Goals: Each fellow will undertake a specific project or projects — under the direct guidance of a research mentor — with the goal of significant participation in research. We welcome your interest in the Harvard Medical School Fellowship in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition. Contact by email. Fellowship training in the pediatric specialties is generally a three-year program and is intended for those pursuing academic careers. Advanced GI Motility Fellowship Objectives: The fellow will participate, with supervision from attending physicians, in all aspects of the care of patients of all ages hospitalized under the GI service at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. The Division also oversees an NIDDK-funded T32 fellowship program designed to educate and equip outstanding young physicians for academic careers in pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition. Please update your browser or switch to Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Our Fellows; History of the Division; More. The division chief, program director and director of research training will assist each fellow in the selection of an appropriate project and mentor. Yale University has a prestigious pediatric gastroenterology fellowship training program. The CHOP GI fellowship program includes a rich research environment, including these areas of investigation in the division: Molecular biology of the enteric nervous system, Central nervous system control of gastrointestinal function, Immunology of the intestinal tract and abnormalities in inflammatory bowel disease, including very early onset IBD (VEO-IBD), Clinical and molecular biology studies of hepatobiliary diseases including Alagille syndrome and biliary atresia, Intestinal and hepatic lipoprotein metabolism in hyperlipidemia, Nutritional status assessment in chronically ill children, Factors influencing the development of infant and childhood obesity, Energy requirements, growth and body composition in children with cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis and sickle cell disease, Evaluation of calcium metabolism and bone mineralization in TPN-fed children, Evaluation of community-based dietary education programs for children with hypercholesterolemia, Clinical research in inflammatory bowel disease, liver disease, nutrition, liver transplantation and pancreatic disease, Genotype and phenotype studies in Alagille syndrome, Growth and nutrition in chronic liver disease, Pathobiology of cystic fibrosis liver disease, Cellular cholesterol metabolism and atherosclerosis, High density lipoproteins and cholesterol transport, Structure-function relationships of lipoproteins and apolipoproteins, Intestinal absorption of cholesterol and vitamins, Stress neurobiology and neurophysiological correlates of stress-induced pathology, Opportunities for research training in state-of-the-art laboratories at affiliated institutions, including the Departments of Medicine, Biochemistry, Genetics, Microbiology, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Physiology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, The PennCHOP Microbiome Program and the Wistar Institute, High publication output and placement in academic positions for fellowship graduates, Digestive and liver disease research seminar, ©2020 The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. It is expected that fellows will have significant participation in designing the project, interacting with the appropriate regulatory committees, performing studies, analyzing data, and writing a related manuscript. The fellow will generate a clinic note and an associated letter to the referring physician. Ph: 215-590-3247 The pediatric gastroenterology fellowship is closely allied with the NCC fellowship in Internal Medicine Gastroenterology, which offers a wealth of research knowledge and productivity as well as clinical expertise. The Advanced Nutrition Fellowship is a one-year, specialized training program focused exclusively on pediatric nutritional challenges. Adam Cohen, M.D. Exemptions: Attending physicians (excluding CHOP physicians in the Care Network), psychologists, principal investigators and/or Penn-based faculty are exempt from this process to better align with our colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. Sherri Cohen, MD Secretary, GI & Nutrition Fellowship Program Fax: 215-590-3606 Goals: The major goal of these rotations is to provide additional experience and insight into other specialties important to the evaluation and treatment of children with GI disorders, particularly Nutrition, Hepatology, short bowel syndrome (our Intestinal Rehab Program), Radiology, Pathology and Endoscopy.