The fellowship in pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition is a nationally recognized three-year program and one of seven pediatric gastrointestinal programs which currently receive federal funding support in the form of an NIH training grant for pediatric gastroenterology research. It is officially accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Up to two fellows matriculate each year.
The fellowship program provides comprehensive clinical exposure and outstanding research opportunities, with exceptional clinical and research mentors. The unique combination of a rigorous clinical experience and supportive faculty devoted to promoting fellow learning and academic growth make for an intense learning experience. The research experience at Washington University is unparalleled, presenting fellows with the opportunity of working in world-class facilities with nationally and internationally renowned researchers.