Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Positions
We have four funded transplant hepatology fellowship positions. Applications for one or two year fellowship positions are accepted depending on the fellow’s needs and future career goals.
We do accept applications from Foreign Medical Graduates and do not require the ECFMG examinations, but in Canada we require a passing score on the TOEFL exams and the applicant’s education must be approved by the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario (http://www.cpso.on.ca/) to qualify for an Educational License.
For further information on Fellowship training please visit the University of Toronto PGME site at http://pg.postmd.utoronto.ca.
We will begin accepting applications for our Transplant Hepatology Fellowship on September 1st 2018 until December 31st 2018 for the January 1st 2020 start date. Please forward your CV and three letters of reference at that time.
|Application||September – December 2018|
|Interviews offers||December 2018 – January 2019|
|Interviews||January – February 2019|
To apply for the Transplant Hepatology Fellowship, please send your CV, references and a cover letter to:
Ms. Danielle Arends
Liver Transplant Program
585 University Ave.
11 PMB 202
T: 416-340-4800 x6821
Danielle.Arends@uhn.ca or TxHepatologyFellowship@uhn.ca
I am a board-certified hepatologist from outside North America. Can I apply?
I am from outside North America. Do I require the USMLE or ECFMG examinations?
No, in Canada neither USMLE nor ECFMEs are required. Your training will be assessed by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO). For details see the CPSO’s Registration Applications and Forms page.
What licence will I require?
Upon acceptance to the Fellowship, you will need to obtain an Educational Licence from the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario ( http://www.cpso.on.ca ) This is an extensive process that takes over 6 months.
Are there any Visa requirements?
Non-Canadians will require a VISA to enter, work, and study in Canada.