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The Rome Foundation Fellowship Program is our way of acknowledging Scientists and clinicians who have contributed their services to the Rome Foundation and have achieved international recognition for their work. Rome Foundation Fellows (RFF) are selected by a credentials committee, based on the following criteria:

Rome Foundation Clinical Fellow

  • Completion of clinical training in a well-established program
  • At least 10 years of practice
  • At least 3 first authored publications in peer reviewed journals
  • Has worked with the Rome Foundation as a chapter, working team or committee member, and/or is well-recognized as a clinical leader in DGBI

Rome Foundation Academic Fellow

  • Completion of a well-established research training program
  • At least 10 years of research
  • At least 10 first authored publications in peer reviewed journals
  • Has been a primary recipient of 3 federal, or industry grants
  • Has worked with the Rome Foundation as a chapter, working team or committee member, and/or is well-recognized as a clinical leader in DGBI

WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING AWARDEES FOR 2022

Baha Moshiree, MD

Baha Moshiree, MD
2022 Clinical Rome Fellowship Awardee

Carolina Olano, MD

Carolina Olano, MD
2022 Clinical Rome Fellowship Awardee

Sarah Ballou, PhD, Harvard (Boston, USA)

Sarah Ballou, PhD
2022 Academic Rome Fellowship Awardee

Pali Hungin, MD

Pali Hungin, MD
2022 Clinical Rome Fellowship Awardee

Dan Dumitrascu, MD

Dan Dumitrascu, MD
2022 Clinical Rome Fellowship Awardee

RF Fellows 2022

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