Fellows & Early Career

Academic Resources

Considering an academic career? These resources will help you better understand the different tracks in this field, the perks, challenges and how to move into a leadership position.

Considerations for a career in academic practice

Learn about the different career tracks for academics and how to succeed in each.

A framework to guide faculty on the approach to teaching GI fellows in the ambulatory setting through four key steps: (1) prepare to teach, (2) make your teaching effective, (3) maximize learning with each patient encounter and (4) find time to deliver high-quality feedback.

Suzanne Rose, MD, MSEd, AGAF, leader in both the world of GI and academia, provides advice for those pursuing a career in medical education.

Keep these 10 lessons in mind as you pursue a career in academic medicine.

Five recommendations for all gastroenterologists who devote any portion of their careers to educating trainees, colleagues, allied health professionals, as well as patients

Gastroenterology now promotes and waives page fees for “Hot Papers from New Investigators.”

Academic research

Samir Gupta, MD, discusses the benefits and challenges of being an academic researcher.

Create a framework for success, be well-prepared for the transition and be cognizant of recurring themes such as the need for focus, mentorship and self-assessment.

Catch up on Gastro’s
Mentoring, Education and
Training (MET) Corner

MET Corner articles, written by leading GIs, will
help you succeed in training and beyond.