About the Program
Baylor College of Medicine’s Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship is a one-year program that provides mentored career development in advanced diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy. Trainees will receive advanced endoscopic training in both the cognitive and procedural aspects of advanced endoscopic procedures with the goal of being trained as an academic interventionalist. Trainees will be expected to partake in active research projects and initiate their own projects.
The program offers a unique opportunity for training in all aspects of therapeutic endoscopy. The diverse practice settings and faculty experience provide advanced endoscopy training in a nurturing environment that combines clinical excellence with research and academic pursuit.
Most of the advanced training will revolve around ERCP and EUS. Trainees will also be trained in luminal stenting, endoscopic mucosal resection, radio-frequency ablation, and other complex procedures. For more details, contact the advanced endoscopy fellowship director, Dr. Robert Sealock.