Fellow Poster Submission and Application
GUILD Fellow’s Program
The fellow’s program consists of a breakfast session before the main program on each day of the GUILD conference. This is a unique opportunity for networking and mentoring with world-class faculty from diverse fields within gastroenterology and hepatology. This is also an opportunity to network with other fellows from all over the country. These sessions have a casual atmosphere with a fellow-directed agenda. Discussion topics have included career planning, the job search, job negotiations, and transitioning from trainee to attending.
“Networking and meeting faculty from across the country was very useful”
“The breakfast sessions had a relaxed atmosphere that allowed you to meet other fellows and connect with future colleagues”
“The conference was manageable and insightful”
“The rotating faculty for each morning session provided diverse perspectives and valuable career advice”
Diverse Career Plans Among Participating Fellows:
- Private Practice
- Hybrid Practice
- General Gastroenterology
- Pediatric Gastroenterology
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Advanced Fellowships
- Fellows get priority over residents, but residents may apply.
- A letter of recommendation from your Program Director confirming your fellowship status in good standing is mandatory.
- A letter of recommendation from your mentor or other faculty is voluntary but highly recommended.
What Is Provided:
- Four nights hotel at the Wailea Marriott.
- Complimentary registration for the meeting and events.
- Daily mentoring breakfast.
What Is Expected:
- Attend all four days of the meeting including the breakfasts.
- Present a poster of your research abstract.
- You can only win a stipend once.
- GUILD will accept a maximum of two recipients from each institution annually.