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.
A morning conference includes case discussions of biliary-pancreas disease supervised by our interventional endoscopy faculty.
A monthly discussion of notable recent GI peer-reviewed literature. The attending physicians and fellows discuss the findings of these papers, including a critical review of the study design and methods and clinical import.
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.
Periodic, hands-on teaching session reviewing the pathology specimens with a senior GI pathologist. An optional weekly liver pathology rounds is also offered.
Yearlong lecture series by Cornell and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center faculty covering "bread and butter" GI and hepatology topics.