Training & Curriculum

The fellow's clinical experience is well balanced between direct clinical care of patients and supervision of residents. Approximately 45% of the required case numbers are obtained with the fellow as the primary anesthesia provider under the supervision of a faculty anesthesiologist. Fellows also work with residents on a regular basis, allowing them to augment their roles as teachers and gain experience in supervision.

The fellowship consists of 12 calendar months of clinical and didactic teaching.

Fellows must participate actively in scholarly activities related to hepatobiliary anesthesiology, such as quality improvement and patient safety projects. Each fellow must complete a minimum of one academic assignment.

Fellows are also extensively prepared for the ABA Oral Board Examination with mock examinations and oral board review with faculty members.

Have Questions or Need Help?

The Fellowship Selection Committee will review all complete applications (application, curriculum vitae, resident-in-training exam report and letters of recommendation) after the March 31 deadline. Candidates will then be contacted for an interview. 

Appointees must qualify for their respective boards in anesthesia. Possession of a full and unrestricted license to practice as a physician in the State of California is an absolute requirement. If you are unsure as to your qualifications to obtain this license, you may obtain the specifics from:

California Medical Board
1430 Howe Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95825
916-263-2499

Interested parties may receive an application packet by contacting the Liver Transplant Anesthesiology Fellowship team.

Leticia Diaz
Residency and Fellowship Program Administrator

Chamnan Nann
Residency and Fellowship Program Coordinator

Mirna Ranchhod
Residency and Fellowship Program Coordinator