Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship at The Mount Sinai Hospital

The goal of this one-year program is to provide the candidate with a truly outstanding training experience in advanced diagnostic and therapeutic GI endoscopy.  The fellow will work hand-in-hand with dedicated and experienced GI faculty who exhibit expertise in a broad range of diseases and endoscopic techniques.  The learning environment in the Mount Sinai Endoscopy Center is particularly suited to training with state-of-the-art equipment and the latest in endoscopic technology.  Lastly, the large referral base and the patient population unique to Mount Sinai allows for access to a wide breadth of disease pathology, interesting and unusual cases, and complex and unique procedures.   Most importantly, the trainee will learn the art of compassionate, patient-oriented care in a multidisciplinary team approach and will interact with experts in surgery, oncology, pathology, and radiology on a daily basis. 

Our curriculum is designed to teach future endoscopists both the tools and techniques of diagnosing, treating and caring for patients with complex GI conditions.

Learn more about our curriculum.

Year

Name 

GI Fellowship Program

Current Position

2012-2013

Sandeep Krishnan, MD

Beth Israel Deaconess

St. Elizabeth’s Medical Cntr.

2013-2014

Anoop Prabhu, MD

University of Michigan

University of Michigan

2014-2015

Dennis Yang, MD

University of Florida

University of Florida

2015-2016

Brian Riff, MD

University of Pennsylvania

Associated Gastroenterology Medical Group, Anaheim, CA

2016-2017

Samir Kapadia, MD

SUNY Stony Brook

TBD

2017

Lionel D'Souza, MD

Mount Sinai Beth Israel

TBD

2017-2018 Zachary Zator, MD University of Pittsburgh TBD

The Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship program at Mount Sinai Hospital/Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai participates in the ASGE Match Program. Interested applicants should go to the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy for information on required materials, key dates, and how to apply.