Training and Curriculum
Fellows gain comprehensive training in all facets of GI motility (foregut, midgut and hindgut), with research opportunities.
- Exposure to the latest technologies for diagnosing and treating GI motility disorders (high-resolution antroduodenal manometry, high-resolution esophageal manometry, endoluminal functional lumen imaging, 3D high-resolution anorectal manometry, ambulatory pH studies, Bravo capsule, colonic scintigraphic transit studies, Smart Pill, biofeedback for anorectal disorders, Interstim—sacral nerve stimulation—placement, navigating gastric pacemakers, defecography studies, electrogastrography, and breath testing for small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, carbohydrate malabsorption, gastric emptying
- Training directly with GI motility expert physicians who themselves are doing the motility testing
- Active participation in numerous clinical conferences and symposia
- Evaluation and management of GI motility disorders in both outpatient and inpatient settings
- Participation in presentations, journal clubs and research forum
The GI Motility Fellowship Program at Cedars-Sinai has a strong foothold in research with its relationship with the Medically Associated Science and Technology (MAST) Program at Cedars-Sinai. The MAST Program conducts research in basic science, translational and clinical research that is aimed at the development of novel drugs and devices related to the microbiome and GI motility.
With that, the research experience is a critical component to the GI Motility Fellowship Program. Once an applicant has been accepted to the program, we strongly encourage early communication through the program director to identify an area of research interest that can be discussed prior to starting the program.
It is expected that fellows will take ownership of at least one high-quality project under appropriate mentorship. Fellows are strongly encouraged to submit their research to a national or international meeting and submit a manuscript for publication to a high-quality journal.
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