Whether you are beginning your career in GI or looking for your next opportunity, the AGA Career Center provides the help you need.
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Use AGA's resources to help you pass the ABIM gastroenterology board exam and participate in continuing medical education (CME) and ABIM maintenance of certification (MOC) programs.
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Careers at AGA
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Resources for Trainees and Young GIs
As a resource to junior GIs, we are archiving articles and presentations related to career development, along with relevant Web links. Additional resources will be added periodically.
- How to Maintain a Vibrant, Useful and Productive Career, Lifelong by Cecil H. Chally, MD and Marshal M. Kaplan, MD
- Choosing a Research Project (PDF) by Christian D. Stone, MD
- Peer to Peer: Invest in Your Own Future (PDF) by Corey A. Siegel, MD
- Developing an Effective Mentoring Relationship (PPT) by Dayna Early, MD
- How to Write A Winning Abstract and Getting Your Work Published (PPT) by Byron Cryer, MD
- Developing and Nurturing a Career in GI Research (PPT) by M. Michael Wolfe, MD
- Making it as a Clinical Researcher or Educator (PPT) by Andrea E. Reid, MD, MPH
- Success in Private Practice (PPT) by Marvin Berman, MD
- How to Write a Successful First Grant (PPT) by Juanita L. Merchant, MD, PhD
- Choosing the Right Mentor and the Right Academic Job (PPT) by James L. Madara, MD
Related Web Links
- American Board for Internal Medicine
- Association of American Medical Colleges
- Public Health Careers Guide
These links lead to other websites on the Internet. AGA has not endorsed and makes no warranty as to the accuracy of the information contained within them and assumes no liability related to their use.
Beginning a Research Career?
NIH Loan Repayment
The NIH Loan Repayment Programs encourage promising researchers and scientists to pursue research careers by repaying up to $35,000 of their qualified student loan debt each year.
Going Into Clinical Practice?
AGA resources help fellows interested in clinical practice choose the best option for their needs and interests.
They are free to all AGA members, but you must log in to access.
Mentor and Advisor Program
Looking for advice and expertise outside of your current network or institution? Get advice and mentoring on career options, work-life balance and more from senior AGA members.