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School of Medicine
The Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship Program is geared towards the academic endoscopist. It is unique because:
- It focuses on both technical and cognitive skill acquisition and endoscopic research training and experience.
- It provides comprehensive training in all advanced endoscopic procedures, including cutting-edge technologies not available to most institutions.
- It includes learning how to teach endoscopy.
Fellows are encouraged to do research related to endoscopy and receive assistance in preparing grant applications for funding research.
The division has the largest experience in confocal endomicroscopy and carbon dioxide cryotherapy in the United States.
Eun Ji Shin, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Medicine
1800 Orleans St
Sheikh Zayed Tower/Ste 7125H
Baltimore, MD 21287
Fellows acquire hands-on training and experience in all advanced endoscopic procedures, including:
- Advanced endoscopic imaging (confocal endomicroscopy, narrow band imaging, chromoendoscopy)
- Endoscopic mucosal ablation (carbon dioxide cryotherapy, radiofrequency ablation)
- Endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR)
- Endoluminal stenting
- Endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS)
- EUS-guided FNA
- EUS-guided interventions (pseudocyst drainage, celiac plexus block, rendezvous procedures, etc.)
- Diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) (including ampullectomy, pediatric ERCP, papillotomy, stenting, cholangioscopy, pancreatoscopy)
- Enteroscopy (single balloon, Spirus)
The program length is two years.
How to Apply
Our program participates in the ASGE Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship Matching Program.