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Motility Fellowship

Note: we are no longer accepting applications for the motility fellowship for academic year 2020-2021

Temple Gastroenterology Department offers a unique, one-year, non-ACGME-approved Fellowship in Motility Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract.

Candidates are not required to register with ERAS but are given consideration based on careful review of their academic credentials, including Letters of Recommendation, USMLE scores, research activities and a personal statement. Candidates may apply who have an expressed desire to pursue Motility Disorders as an ultimate goal either prior to entering a traditional three year GI Fellowship or after completion of a Fellowship. This position is highly regarded and competitive as few institutions offer such an opportunity.

Applicants are encouraged to contact:

Henry Parkman, MD, Director of the GI Motility Laboratory


Adam Ehrlich, MD, MPH, Program Director of the Gastroenterology Fellowship

Applicants to Temple's Fellowship Program are encouraged to contact the Program Director directly expressing their interest up front in the interview process.