Dawn Beaulieu, M.D., Program Director

The Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center at Vanderbilt University Medical Center offers an advanced IBD fellowship training program for qualified candidates.  This training experience exposes fellows to rigorous outpatient and inpatient clinical training, as well as the opportunity to engage in basic, translational, and clinical research projects. Our goal is to expose trainees to excellent clinical and research training in IBD, and to facilitate the growth of future clinical and academic leaders in IBD.

The IBD Fellowship is a one year program which allows fellows to directly interact with faculty mentors in both clinical and research capacities.  In addition to their strong clinical background, our faculty includes experts in mucosal immunology, animal models of IBD, translational and genetics research, clinical/outcomes and health services research, and clinical trials.

The interested applicant must have completed a three year ACGME accredited  gastroenterology training program.  All applicants are expected to apply for a Tennessee medical license. This program does not provide sponsorship for any visa classifications.

Please direct inquiries to:

Lisa Dunlop
Fellowship Coordinator
Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
2215 Garland Avenue, 1030-C MRB IV
Nashville, TN  37232-0252

Phone: 615-322-4225

FAX: 615-343-6229

email: lisa.dunlop@vanderbilt.edu