Aparna Goel, MD
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine
We are excited to announce that the Transplant Hepatology fellowship at The Stanford University School of Medicine earned ACGME accreditation beginning academic year 2024! The transplant hepatology fellowship provides a one-year immersive clinical training experience that meets requirements for Board Eligibility for certification in Transplant Hepatology.
The transplant hepatology fellowship provides specialized training in the management of liver diseases through diverse and comprehensive experiences in the inpatient and outpatient clinical care settings. Our fellows receive exceptional clinical training by renowned faculty while caring for complex patients. A dedicated didactic curriculum along with radiology, pathology and clinical care conferences enhance the learning experience.
Our program was designed with a focus on multidisciplinary care and features elective rotations with transplant surgery, interventional radiology, oncology, addiction medicine and palliative care. Fellows will also have an opportunity to engage in a variety of active clinical or translational research with mentorship from diverse faculty.
How to Apply
The Transplant Hepatology Fellowship is an ACGME-accredited program with 2 available positions yearly. We are accepting applications for Academic Year 2024-2025. Deadline to apply is 12/1/2023.
Requirements for Transplant Hepatology Fellowship:
- Completed training in gastroenterology
- U.S. Citizen or permanent resident status
- Submit a personal statement detailing interest in hepatology
- Submit an updated CV
- Submit 3 letters of recommendation, one from the latest Program Director
The program will accept applications via the AASLD Application Portal for Academic Year 2025-2026.
Please send all inquiries and completed application to:
Aparna Goel, MD
Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine
Program Director, Transplant Hepatology Fellowship
Associate Program Director, Gastroenterology Fellowship
Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Coordinator
Stanford University School of Medicine
430 Broadway Street
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Redwood City, CA 94063