Message from the Director

Thank you for your interest in the Mount Sinai Hospital’s Eleanor Wong and Miranda Wong Tang Fellowship in Advanced Endoscopy in honor of Dr. Jerome Waye. The Mount Sinai Advanced Endoscopy team is committed to providing an outstanding learning experience for our trainees. Our group consists of experienced faculty with expertise in a diverse background of disease processes.  All have been recognized for their passion, dedication, and skill at teaching.  As such, our goal is to teach our trainees the art of compassionate, patient-oriented care in a multidisciplinary team approach, and to provide true mentorship in order to help develop the next generation of academic advanced endoscopists. 

It is our belief that the key to developing into a proficient and capable endoscopist is that one must truly appreciate the disease processes they are managing.  As such, the Mount Sinai program is not simply focused on teaching the “how to” aspect of the procedure, but rather centers on the overall understanding of the presentation, natural history, and management of pancreatic and biliary diseases, gastrointestinal malignancies, pre-cancerous lesions of the GI tract, and the tenets of managing post-operative complications such as fistulas and leaks.

I encourage you to read more about our program and to learn more about what Mount Sinai can do for you.

Christopher DiMaio, MD
Program Director, Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship
Associate Professor of Medicine, Gastroenterology

Fellowship Administration and Core Faculty

Administration

Nicolia Grierson
Fellowship Coordinator
Tel: 212-241-8788
Fax: 646-537-8647
Email: Nicolia.Grierson@mountsinai.org

Core Faculty

Christopher J. DiMaio, MD (Program Director)
Jawad Ahmad, MD
David Greenwald, MD
Michelle Kim, MD
Nikhil A. Kumta, MD, MS
Satish Nagula, MD
Jerome Waye, MD