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Didactic Activities

GI Grand Rounds

Every Thursday morning from 7:30-8:30am, there is a division wide lecture typically featuring local and national speakers covering the complete spectrum or gastroenterology and hepatology topics. Additionally, all GI fellows are asked to present research updates, topic reviews, or quality assessment issues.

Tuesday PM Integrated Didactics/Journal Club

A weekly lecture covering core GI and hepatology topics and discussion of relevant GI peer-reviewed literature. Attending physicians and fellows discuss the findings of these papers, including a full critical review of one article, focusing on the study design and methods and clinical import.

GI Guideline Review

Review session

Monthly to bimonthly review of ACG, AGA, AASLD, EASL topic guidelines. Topics coordinated with Board Review sessions.

Board Review Sessions

Fellow-driven monthly mini-topic and board question review.

GI Guideline Review Sessions

Monthly review of ACG, AGA, AASLD, EASL topic guidelines.

Jay Monahan Rounds

Weekly case-based conference centered on complex GI oncology patients that involves radiologists, pathologists, and surgeons.

IBD Case Conference

A monthly conference focused on the multidisciplinary management of complex IBD patients that includes radiologists, pathologists, and surgeons.

Pathology Rounds

Periodic, hands-on teaching session reviewing the pathology specimens with a senior GI pathologist. An optional weekly liver pathology rounds is also offered.

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

David E. Cohen, M.D., Ph.D., Chief

Gastroenterology and Hepatology Fellowship Program

Carl Crawford, M.D., Program Director

Catherine Lowery, Administrative Coordinator

1305 York Avenue, Room Y-426
Tel: (646) 962-4700
Fax: (646) 962-0110