About the Program
As one of the oldest medical schools in the country, the UC College of Medicine has a reputation for training best-in-class health care professionals and developing cutting-edge procedures and research that improves the health and clinical care of patients.
The Division of Digestive Diseases at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine is one of the oldest gastroenterology divisions in the nation.
The division includes sections of luminal gastroenterology, hepatology/ liver transplant medicine, pancreatology, advanced endoscopy and nutrition. The faculty consists of full-time physicians and basic scientists who are engaged in research, patient care and teaching. In addition, the division has 10 clinical fellows and two sub-sub specialty fellows (Pancreatology/Advanced Endoscopy and Liver Transplantation)
The division has an inpatient gastroenterology consultation service, a hepatic consultation service, and inpatient hepatology/GI service. A liver transplant program is jointly run with the Department of Surgery. There are weekly GI and liver clinics at both UC Health University Hospital and Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center, a weekly liver transplantation clinic and a Pancreatic Disease Center clinic located at the UC Health Barrett Center.
Areas of Focus and Expertise
- Esophageal Disorders
- Peptic Ulcer Diseases
- Small Bowel Malabsorption & Overgrowth
- Intestinal Polyps, Cancers & Infections
- Liver Disease
- Pancreatic Disease
- Viral Hepatitis
- End-Stage Liver Disease
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Eosinophilic Esophagitis
- C. Difficile
The Division of Digestive Diseases at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine is seeking general gastroenterologists, hepatologists, as well as research-based faculty members to join the division in the summer of 2023. All interested candidates should contact Dr. Kenneth Sherman (Director/Chief, Division of Digestive Diseases) at email@example.com or 513-558-7200.