University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

University of Wisconsin Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship

Program Contacts

Patrick Pfau, MD
Program Director

Train with the experts at the University of Wisconsin Advanced Endoscopy fellowship, and gain a skill set shared by only a small minority of gastroenterologists in the country. 

Our one-year fellowship is intended for physicians who have completed or will complete a three-year general gastroenterology fellowship.

"The mentorship and access to a variety of complex cases has prepared me to be confident in independent practice. The collaborative and supportive nature of UW helped to foster a great learning environment."

– Peter Stadmeyer, MD, fellowship alumnus

Why You'll Love Our Program

  • Directly participate in all of the interventional endoscopy procedures performed at the University of Wisconsin
  • Get procedural training in ERCP, endoscopic ultrasound and tissue acquisition, enteral stent placement, endoscopic mucosal resection, endoscopic radiofrequency ablation, drainage of pancreas fluid collections, and small bowel enteroscopy
  • Conduct endoscopic research and bring it to fruition through national presentation and a published manuscript
  • Learn to teach endoscopy and provide didactic and hands-on teaching in endoscopic proficiency to other learners

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Meet our Program Director

“When you finish the University of Wisconsin advanced endoscopy fellowship, you will be as skilled and proficient as any endoscopist in the entire country.

You'll be able to approach, tackle, and solve endoscopic challenges that only a select few gastroenterologists have the ability to manage.”

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