Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship

The Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship at Cedars-Sinai is an intense, one-year program that provides a comprehensive learning experience. It covers the full spectrum of clinical and cognitive activities in a full-time, academic interventional gastroenterology practice. Fellows who successfully complete our training are technically skilled and intellectually prepared for careers in teaching, research and clinical practice.

Our program is a key component of Cedars-Sinai's highly respected and highly ranked gastroenterology program, which is consistently ranked among the best by U.S. News & World Report. The program includes multiple, full-time attending physicians, all of whom are nationally and internationally recognized endoscopists and clinicians. Fellows have ample opportunities to interact with renowned endoscopists from around the world.

Training & Curriculum

Fellows gain comprehensive experience in all facets of the Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship, as well as specialized training in current therapeutic modalities.

Application Information

Learn about the rigorous Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship application process and view application instructions.

We are proud to name so many esteemed physicians and highly regarded researchers, all representing nearly every major medical discipline, as members of the Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship training program leadership and faculty.

Graduates from the Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship have moved on to successful careers throughout the Cedars-Sinai community and across well-established institutions all over the U.S.

Fellows/Residents have access to some of the best-equipped clinical and research facilities in the world.

Additional Resources

Have Questions or Need Help?

If you have questions or would like to learn more about Advanced Endoscopy Fellowships at Cedars-Sinai, please call or send us a message.

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
8730 Alden Drive
Thalians Health Center, Room E240
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Polly Chang, Academic Program Coordinator