IBD ReMEdY Mini-Camp is a unique opportunity for second and third year gastroenterology fellows in the tri-state area. It is a two week observership aimed at increasing exposure to and developing knowledge around the management of inflammatory bowel disease. As part of this comprehensive experience, fellows will rotate through at least three separate IBD practices. 

IBD ReMEdY Mini-Camp was developed with guidance from our senior advisors, Dr. David T. Rubin and Dr. Gil Melmed.

Read what past participants are saying about IBD ReMEdY Mini-Camp:

"Words cannot simply describe the gratitude I have for IBD Remedy. The time I spent was one of the most memorable experiences of my post graduate training. It was also one of the only times I was able to witness first-hand the multitude of approaches to a single subject over a short period of time."

"My experience at IBD remedy provided a better understanding of different clinical styles, access to health care and specifically prescription drugs, patient motivation and adherence to therapy, and that our job as health care providers is enjoyable and honorable."

"Thank you very much for having me as a participant in IBD ReMEdY. I thought that it was a great experience, and I really enjoyed meeting everyone. It definitely helped me feel more comfortable in treating IBD patients, and I will take the knowledge I gained into my own practice. I will definitely recommend IBD ReMEdY to the other fellows in my program.

Application: Our application process for the 2019-2020 academic year is now closed.

We start accepting applications for the 2020-2021 academic year on January 15th, 2020.

*The specific dates for the two week Mini-Camp rotation will be set once accepted into the program. We offer many two-week blocks during the academic year. 

Application materials:

Please click here to download the application.

Please click here to download the Program Director Form.

Questions? Please email us at info@ibdremedy.org.