Advanced Inflammatory Bowel Disease Fellowship

Established in 2005 the Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Program follows well over 2,000 patients and provides tertiary consultative care within a vast referral base from New Hampshire and Vermont and also extends to upstate New York, central Maine, and southwestern New England.

Our program includes 6 adult and 2 pediatric gastroenterologists, an IBD-specialized nurse practitioner, three colorectal surgeons, a colorectal PA, a psychologist, a dietician, a pharmacist, 2 dedicated clinical nurses, and IBD research coordinators. We provide state-of-the-art care for our patients and cutting-edge clinical research to improve the quality of life for our patients.

Our Advanced IBD Fellowship is a one-year training program that develops expertise in high-quality, multi-disciplinary care of complex patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. We are committed to tailoring the curriculum to each fellow’s interest. There are ample learning opportunities in advanced IBD care from outpatient specialty clinics to endoscopic procedures specific to IBD and scholarship opportunities ranging from outcomes and clinical research to quality improvement and medical education.

Graduates from our program have joined faculty at academic institutions and also assumed leadership in the management of IBD at busy group practices.