Join your colleagues at special sessions to meet the unique needs of physicians who are new to the field. Participants will learn about all aspects of starting a career in clinical practice or research, have the opportunity to network with mentors and peers, and review board material.
Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2015 registration is now open. Member trainees and postgraduate fellows can register for free until April 1, 2015. Learn more about the AGA Trainee Track and register for DDW today.
Resources for GI Fellows & Fellowship
Get the resources you need to help you navigate GI training and beyond.
Training Program Database
Published As a valued resource to both trainees and training programs, the Education and Training Committee of the AGA maintains geographical listings of training programs in adult and pediatric gastroenterology in the U.S.
GI Core Curriculum
The core curriculum constitutes a living document that represents the four societies’ vision of best practices in gastroenterology training.
Mentor and Advisor Program
Get free online advice about your career and any next moves you are contemplating. Learn more.
AGA Gastroenterology Training ExaminationSM
The GTE® is an educational assessment tool designed to measure the progress of training and promote continuous improvement by training programs and fellows.
Gastroenterology Fellowship Match
The success of the Match depends on sustained participation by all GI training programs.
View resources that are valuable to medical educators and program directors.
GI/Transplant Hepatology Pilot Fellowship Training Program
AASLD is participating in an ABIM-approved GI/Transplant Hepatology pilot fellowship training program that allows eligible GI fellows to spend their 3rd year training in Transplant Hepatology. This program is primarily designed to pilot a new competency-based training and assessment curriculum but has the potential of shortening training from four years to three. Learn More
CEGIR Training Award for EGIDs
Apply for a training award on eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders (EGIDs). The deadline is Jan. 30, 2015. Learn more.