About Our Fellowship Application Process
Duration: 1-3 years (2 and 3 year fellowships will be for trainees wishing to obtain research training in addition to clinical training in celiac disease)
Prerequisite Training/Selection Criteria: Eligible for a medical license (limited, temporary or full) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Board eligibility in General Internal Medicine or completion of equivalent Internal Medicine Training in another country. Excellent academic achievement and a demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in patient care and research in celiac disease.
Applications are open to candidates with a source of external funding.
In order to apply for the Celiac Disease Fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, please submit the following via email:
- Curriculum Vitae specifying education, licensure, professional experience, and publications.
- Personal statement describing your interest in obtaining advanced training in celiac disease.
- USMLE Scores.
- Three recommendation letters addressed to Dr. Ciaran Kelly, Fellowship Program Director. Letters should be emailed to our Fellowship Coordinator.
For more information, please email Judi Hansjon, Fellowship Coordinator.