A 1-day virtual course offered on:

September 26, 2020 | 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM EST




 “IBD 101: A Primer for First-Year Gastroenterology Fellows” is a 1-day educational course designed to provide first-year gastroenterology fellows with the opportunity to learn about the diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) early in their training. IBD 101 features an intimate, interactive format led by national leaders in IBD clinical care, research, and education.

The course will be offered live online and will include:

  • Didactic presentations

  • Case-based roundtable rotations

  • A “Career Pathways” Mentorship Panel

  • Clinical case simulations focused on the diagnosis and treatment of IBD

  • Process for pursuing ongoing educational opportunities in IBD


This 1-day course will be offered to first-year gastroenterology fellows nationally on a first-come, first-served basis, via invitation to their fellowship program directors. A total of 120 fellows will be registered for the course.


The target audience is first-year gastroenterology fellows across the United States, who are referred by their fellowship program directors to register for this course. A total of 120 individual fellows will be registered for the course.


The objectives of this course include:

  • To provide an educational opportunity for first-year fellows to learn basic, introductory information on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of IBD

  • To offer fellows exposure to the subspecialty of IBD early in their fellowship, to allow them to make more informed career decisions

  • To inform fellows about other educational opportunities in IBD


  • Registration is for first-year gastroenterology fellows, through invitation by their respective program directors

  • Registration is free of charge

  • A one-time use passcode will be required for online registration



Held virtually via Instream.


This course is endorsed by the American College

of Gastroenterology.