Bariatric Surgery Fellowship
The mission of the Cedars-Sinai Advanced GI MIS/Bariatric Surgery Fellowship is to produce leaders in the field of advanced gastrointestinal (GI), minimally invasive surgery (MIS) and bariatric surgery who will, through exceptional skill, a defined knowledge base, research and teaching ability, contribute to excellent patient outcomes and furthering our understanding of gastrointestinal and metabolic diseases.
We focus on achieving our mission through exposure to experienced, accomplished and active members of the national surgical community. Through this experienced faculty, we aim to introduce fellows to innovative approaches to surgical disease based on established evidence and innovative programs being developed at Cedars-Sinai through clinical trials and research.
Our fellowship is distinguished by its long track record of producing productive and successful fellows since 1993. This record allows for a mature educational and experiential process to prepare fellows for working in both academic and private practice settings upon completion of their training, with ample opportunities for networking and mentorship throughout a surgeon's career.
Training & Curriculum
Fellows gain comprehensive experience in all facets of the Bariatric Fellowship, as well as specialized training in current therapeutic modalities.
Learn about the rigorous Bariatric Surgery Fellowship application process and view application instructions.
We are proud to name so many esteemed physicians and highly regarded researchers, all representing nearly every major medical discipline, as members of the Bariatric Surgery Fellowship training program leadership and faculty.
Graduates from the Bariatric Surgery Fellowship have moved on to successful careers throughout the Cedars-Sinai community and across well-established institutions all over the U.S.
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