Whether you're planning to go into clinical practice or research, AGA is here for you as you navigate the GI career landscape.
- A Medical Career: How to Acheive it and Keep Your Balance
Dr. Dawn Provenzale provides insight on how young GIs can find a work/life balance in this article from The New Gastroenterologist.
- Developing and Nurturing a Career in GI Research
Michael Wolfe, MD, outlines medical career options with a focus on working in GI research in this PowerPoint presentation.
- Becoming a Clinician Educator: Lessons Learned
In Gastroenterology, Dr. Lawrence S. Friedman provides career guidance for GIs looking to become educators.
- 5 CV Mistakes Every Gastroenterologist Should Avoid
Your CV is the basis of any potential employer’s first impression, so pay attention to these common mistakes.
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Beginning a Research Career?
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.
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The AGA Research Foundation provides $1.5 million annually to spur discoveries in gastroenterology and hepatology.
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