Sarah Streett MD, AGAF
Clinical Professor of Medicine
The Advanced Fellowship in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases at the Stanford University School of Medicine provides a dynamic year of multidisciplinary clinical and research training in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. The program is based on the three pillars of excellence at Stanford: clinical care, teaching, and research.
The advanced IBD fellowship offers supervised clinical training in both the outpatient and inpatient care of patients with IBD for a diverse complex IBD population. This offers a breadth of clinical exposure for the advanced IBD fellow. Our program was designed with a focus on multidisciplinary care and features rotations with colorectal surgery, pediatric IBD, and nutrition.
Teaching is an integral part of the curriculum with weekly IBD Group meetings that incorporate a rotation of journal club, clinical case conferences, and research updates. In addition, the IBD fellow will take part in endoscopic management of IBD patients including endoscopic disease assessment, colorectal cancer surveillance, pouchoscopies, and chromoendoscopy. Finally clinical research will be emphasized, and incoming fellows will have pre-identified research projects and mentors along with protected research time throughout the year.
The Advanced IBD Fellow will be hired as a one-year Clinical Instructor within the Stanford's Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
How to Apply
The IBD Fellowship program is a non ACGME program and we do not participate in the National Resident Match Program. All applicants are required to complete the application procedure as noted below.
- The applicant must be in good standing in the medical community
- The applicant must be able to obtain a California license to practice Medicine.
- Applicants must have completed an accredited gastroenterology fellowship training in the U.S.
Our program was designed incorporating the entrustable professional activities established needed for the mastery of IBD. With the integration of clinical care, education, and research the goal of the Stanford advanced IBD fellowship is to train future leaders in the field. Please post or forward this to interested candidates.
The following documents must be completed and returned to us by email:
Completed "Application Form for Fellowship (PDF)" must be typewritten.
The completed application form and all correspondence should be directed to:
Sarah Streett MD, AGAF
Clinical Professor of Medicine Director, IBD Education, Advanced IBD Fellowship Stanford Medicine, Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Stanford University | School of Medicine
Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology
430 Broadway Street – C3GI
Redwood City, CA 94063 MC:6341
Grant Barber, MD, M.S.
Medical School: Harvard Medical School
Residency: Stanford Health Care
Fellowship: Stanford Gastroenterology