AGA Fellows Program
AGA honors superior professional achievement in clinical private or academic practice and in basic or clinical research with fellowship in the organization (AGAF). Fellowships are awarded to members whose accomplishments and contributions demonstrate personal commitment to the field of gastroenterology.
Fellowship is by electronic application only and applicants can choose to apply for fellowship in either clinical practice or in basic/clinical research. To learn more about becoming an AGA Fellow, please review the criteria for becoming an AGA Fellow.
Benefits of AGA Fellowship
Earning AGAF is the hallmark of a committed association professional. It helps open doors, creates connections and offers widespread value and recognition for certificants.
As an AGA Fellow, you will have the distinction of adding the designation “AGAF” in your professional activities. AGA will recognize your fellowship with a recognition pin and certificate upon acceptance. You can also use this press release to inform the local media of your achievement and this badge to post on your website. During Digestive Disease Week®, you will be recognized with a ribbon denoting your fellowship status, and your name printed in the AGA Recognition and Research Awards booklet. You will also be listed as a fellow on the AGA website.
Review the full list of current AGA Fellows.
The application fee of $150 must accompany each application. The fee is intended to cover the cost of reviewing and is non-refundable.
How to Apply
The 2016 application period closed on July 24, 2015. The 2016 AGA Fellows will be notified of acceptance by January 31, 2016.
For questions about qualifications and procedures, contact AGA Member Relations at 301-941-2651 or email email@example.com.