Endoscopy Research Fellowship

Program Summary

The Digestive Disease Institute at Virginia Mason offers a one-year fellowship opportunity for concentrated experience in endoscopy research, focusing on academic output/publication. The fellowship provides dedicated time to help construct, maintain, and use robust databases for the study of endoscopic topics, to apply outcomes data to provide a foundation for improving quality of patient care, and to focus on retrospective and prospective chart review studies, complementing ongoing clinical research.

Supervision and mentoring will be provided by Andrew Ross, MD, Fellowship Director, and other faculty members who are part of the Digestive Disease Institute care team and are experts in the treatment and research of digestive disease.

Eligibility

Applicants to the Endoscopy Research Fellowship must have an MD degree or equivalent. Non-native speakers of English must take and submit TOEFL scores that meet minimum requirements. International applicants who are not U.S. citizens must be eligible for an H1-B Visa or equivalent. Applicants with J1 visa status are ineligible for the Endoscopy Research Fellowship. The ideal candidate will be an energetic self-starter who enjoys working with mentoring supervision and has a concentrated focus on productivity resulting in specific outcomes data, research publications in peer-reviewed journals and research presentations at national or international professional meetings.

Applications for the Endoscopy Research Fellowship are accepted on a rolling basis.

If you have questions, please contact Terri Davis Smith, Academic Specialist.

Terri Davis Smith
Virginia Mason
1100 Ninth Ave. Mail Stop G250-B
Seattle, WA 98111