As gastroenterologists become more active in the care of patients with obesity, fellowship programs must provide subspecialty training that offers the medical knowledge and procedural skills that are essential to the practice of comprehensive Obesity Medicine. Gastroenterologists specializing in Obesity Medicine and Bariatric Endoscopy require not just mastery of endoscopic techniques but must also possess an in-depth knowledge of other treatment modalities including lifestyle interventions, as well as pharmacotherapeutic and surgical treatments for obesity.
The combined Obesity Medicine/Bariatric Endoscopy Fellowship at Weill Cornell is the first fellowship program to offer this unique hybrid training. Weill Cornell’s Advanced Endoscopy Program is second to none in its expertise and innovation in advanced endoscopic procedures. Likewise, the physicians at Weill Cornell’s Comprehensive Weight Control Center are nationally recognized as leaders in the field of Obesity Medicine.
Our year-long Obesity Medicine/Bariatric Endoscopy Fellowship will prepare fellows to become future leaders in the field. Fellows will be expected to contribute research at national meetings during the fellowship year. Applicants for this advanced fellowship will have completed an ACGME-accredited residency in internal medicine and will either be in their final year of an ACGME-accredited gastroenterology fellowship or will have completed their gastroenterology fellowship prior to applying.
Prior to July 1, 2021
Please use the application form and also provide the following documentation:
For fellowship beginning July 1, 2021: Applications should be sent to Tony Nepomuceno no earlier than July 15, 2020 and no later than January 1, 2021.
For additional information, please contact:
Tel: (646) 962-2111