The G.I. Division at Wayne State University is dedicated to excellence in patient care and to the provision of superb training to G.I. fellows, medical residents and medical students. The faculty is extraordinarily accessible and very involved in individualized mentorship of each trainee. The clinical exposure in the program covers the gamut of GI related diseases and utilizing state of the art technology. Trainees have the opportunity to present their research work at both national and international meetings culminating in first authorship of published articles. The training program is clearly intensive and rewarding as reflected in a 100 percent pass rate on the G.I. Boards. Warm and lifelong relations are a hallmark of the devotion established between trainees and faculty during the three year training period.
The G.I. Division has 11 academic faculty with common as well as specialized interests in both gastroenterology and hepatology. There is particular expertise in liver disease, colon cancer, the aging ‘gut’ and inflammatory bowel disease. The clinical services cover a number of hospitals with exposure to Veterans, the indigent, OB-GYN, Oncology patients and patients undergoing rehabilitation. There are four clinical services, including TPN (Total Parenteral Nutrition). Our focus is the training of superb and skilled gastroenterologists who are exposed to a robust academic program. Emphasis on research, critical thinking and teaching is always paramount.
The GI division is growing and interested in well qualified physicians and mid-level providers interested in practicing in an academic environment. For additional information please email with your CV: firstname.lastname@example.org.