Thank you for your interest in the Present/Levison Advanced Fellowship in IBD at Mount Sinai. Established in 1998, ours is the first dedicated IBD fellowship program in New York City and we have graduated 14 fellows who have assumed leadership roles in clinical care and research in IBD throughout the world. The mission of the IBD Fellowship is to provide an in depth and concentrated year of clinical management of the IBD patient in the outpatient and inpatient settings, in endoscopy units and clinical trials. Candidates wishing to be considered for this fellowship must have completed a general gastroenterology fellowship and be recommended by their gastroenterology division chief.
The fellowship program curriculum unifies the clinical and scholarly activity/research components of IBD and prepares trainees for leadership roles in IBD clinical care and research. Our Feinstein IBD Center at Mount Sinai serves as the home base for the Present/Levison fellowship. The rich history of contributions from Mount Sinai toward understanding IBD and our current robust basic, translational and clinical research all converge during your year of advanced training.
James Marion, MD
Professor of Medicine (Gastroenterology)
Director, Present/Levison Advanced IBD Fellowship Program