Applicants to the Endoscopy Research Fellowship must have an MD degree or equivalent and a minimum of three years of experience in gastroenterology and/or endoscopy. Non-native speakers of English must take and submit TOEFL scores that meet minimum requirements. Submission of a goal statement, curriculum vitae and three written letters of recommendation with phone and email contact information are required. International applicants who are not U.S. citizens must be eligible for a H1-B Visa or equivalent. Applicants with J1 visa status are ineligible for the Endoscopy Research Fellowship.
To apply, submit the following materials, addressed to Fellowship Director at the address below:
- Endoscopy Research Fellowship application form
- Curriculum Vitae
- Goal Statement addressing:
— Detailed career aim in research
— Experience with scientific writing, data analysis and endoscopy
— Knowledge of statistics and research in a clinical setting, including IRB process, writing protocols, etc.
- Minimum TOEFL, TOEFLiBT, or TOEFLC scores for all applicants whose first language is not English. Minimum TOEFL: 580. Minimum TOEFLiBT: 92. Minimum TOEFLC: 237. Test scores must be from within the last two years. If you do not have the minimum scores indicated above you are not eligible to apply.
- Three written references with phone and email contact information for each reference writer.
Materials must be received no later than Sept. 30 each year. Send all materials to:
Andrew Ross, MD, Pancreas Cancer Research Fellowship Director
c/o Julie Katz
1100 Ninth Ave. Mail Stop: G250-B
P.O. Box 900
Seattle, WA 98111
For more information, please contact Julie Katz.