Advanced Clinical Training in Pancreatology

Steven Freedman, MD, PhD
Steven Freedman, MD, PhD, Program Director

Pancreas Fellowship Program Goals

  1. To provide advanced clinical training in medical pancreatology with regard to diagnosis and management to internal medicine and gastroenterology subspecialty physicians.
  2. To provide training in basic, translational and/or clinical research to physicians (MD or MD, PhD) wishing to establish an academic career in exocrine pancreatic disease patient care and research.

Learn more about the Pancreas Fellowship here, including the program's curriculum goals and objectives, rotation schedule, lectures and more.

Application Process

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 pancreatic disease.

Our program will be accepting rolling applications to begin in July of 2022. Please send a CV, personal statement, and three letters of recommendation to:

Judi Hansjon, Fellowship Administrator
Email: Email
Fax: 617-667-8098

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