NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College provides medical students, residents and fellows with a wealth of educational resources, mentoring and the rigorous training needed to build a foundation of excellence for careers in surgery, clinical practice and research. Our programs emphasize the importance of combining a strong base in the medical sciences with extensive clinical training in patient care.
The Center for Advanced Digestive Care periodically posts requests for applications, funded both by the CADC and by close partners.
The Office of Sponsored Research Administration at Weill Cornell Medicine also lists numerous research grant opportunities from a variety of sources.
The CADC now offers Research Spotlight, a digital microsite covering research developments made by its faculty and researchers. Visit research spotlight to learn more about the basic science, clinical and outcomes research developments coming out of NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.
Continuing Medical Education plays an extremely important role at the Center for Advanced Digestive. Conferences, courses, lectures, seminars, symposia, and webcasts keep physicians, surgeons, scientists, nurses and other healthcare professionals, abreast of the latest developments in digestive care.
Weill Medical College of Cornell University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to authorize and issue CME credit for programs that are developed by Weill Cornell faculty as part of the medical school's CME program.
Date: April 27-29
Location: Weill Cornell Medicine (April 27-28), Columbia University Medical Center (April 29)
Target Audience: Gastroenterologists, Interventional Endoscopists, Gastrointestinal Surgeons, General Surgeons, Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Nurses, and Physician Assistants
The Sixth Annual Peter D. Stevens Course on Innovations in Digestive Care is the cornerstone of the Society for Therapeutic and Surgical Endoscopy (S4TSE), and led by faculty of Weill Cornell Medicine and Columbia University. This three-day course will inform participants of updates in innovations for the management of gastrointestinal diseases. The program will offer a forum to discuss optimal approaches between endoscopic and surgical management in the setting of these new technologies and procedures.
Internationally recognized faculty will address issues in current clinical practice, adverse events and pitfalls of newer technologies and the evolution of the field. Attendee participation and interaction will be emphasized and facilitated through Q&A sessions, live OR and interactive case presentations and hands-on tissue lab demonstrations.
Clinical care and research presentations, continuing medical education courses, seminars, newsletters, and grand rounds are available to medical professionals throughout the world from NewYork-Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medicine.