University of Nebraska Medical Center

Transplant Hepatology Fellowship

Get to know the Pediatric Hepatology Transplant Fellowship Program

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The UNMC Pediatric Transplant Hepatology Fellowship program provides fellows with the experience and training to be future leaders in the field of pediatric transplant hepatology. Our fellows have a unique opportunity to receive comprehensive and subspecialty training in Pediatric Transplant Hepatology. Through our program, you will be shown how to fully maximize your potential as a clinician as the result of impactful mentorship and structured educational opportunities. 

Our fellowship training program is fully accredited. 

We offer a one-year advanced Pediatric Transplant Hepatology training program that will combine a trainee's previous clinical training in gastrointestinal disorders, hepatology and nutrition and prepare them for a career in academic pediatric transplant hepatology.

While research is not required during your one-year of training, it 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 Services

Our patients have diverse problems including liver and small bowel transplantation. The majority of clinical training occurs at Nebraska Medicine with weekly liver clinics at Children's Nebraska. Fellows will have the opportunity to see patients from all over the country and the world. 

Contact Information

Ruben Quiros, MD
Fellowship Program Director

Jessie Coyer
Fellowship Program Coordinator
Phone: 402-559-2412
Fax: 402-559-9525

Mailing Address:
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
Division of Gastroenterology
982161 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-2161