The Pediatric Gastroenterology training program is a three-year program combining broad clinical training in gastrointestinal disorders, hepatology and nutrition at The Nebraska Medical Center and Children's Hospital and Medical Center. Our goal is to prepare pediatricians for a career in academic pediatric gastroenterology.
Research may be pursued with any principal investigator affiliated with the University of Nebraska Medical Center. A wide range of research opportunities are possible, including basic science, translational, clinical trials, and educational outcomes.
Clinical training occurs at Children's Hospital and Medical Center and The Nebraska Medical Center. Referrals come from Nebraska as well as surrounding states. While on the hepatology service, fellows will have the opportunity to see patients from all over the world. Our patients have diverse problems, including inflammatory bowel diseases, nutritional disorders, dysphagia, feeding disorders, liver and small bowel transplantation, and general gastrointestinal disorders.
Applicants must have completed residency training in pediatrics or medicine/pediatrics from an ACGME-accredited residency training program. Applicants from international medical schools are invited to apply, but a funding source must be identified by the fellow prior to beginning training.
985160 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, Nebraska 68198-5160