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Women in GI

Group photo of female faculty members in the Indiana University Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Established in 2018, the Women in GI is a group of faculty, advanced practice providers and trainees who are interested in fostering an institutional environment that promotes career development, networking and mentorship for women in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. They meet quarterly for causal gatherings to discuss the status of women in their Division and strategies to achieve their core mission and vision. Beyond this, the Women in GI also have a variety of means to stay connected electronically where they recognize each others’ accomplishments, troubleshoot day-to-day challenges, discuss literature on the status of women in medicine, strategize on how to promote their incredible work and much more.

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Our Core Mission

We create an inclusive and equitable environment for women faculty in our division.

In the Media

The Beat

Early Career Spotlight: Lauren Nephew, MD

Dr. Nephew is an emerging authority on health care disparities and liver disease.

Hannah Calkins  |  Jan 13, 2022

The Beat

Building a preventative approach to obesity and weight loss

Ashley Cuellar Gilmore, MD, developed the Medical and Endoscopic Weight Loss Clinic during her fellowship at IU.

Hannah Calkins  |  Sep 21, 2020

Women in GI Stats

32% Faculty are Women
56% Trainees are Women

Women in GI Stats, Cont.

Bar chart showing percentage of women in GI faculty positions at different career levels. 30% of female faculty are Assistant Clinical Track, 55% are Assistant Tenure Track, 57%  are Assistant Research Track, 27% are Associate Clinical Track, and 25% are Associate Tenure Track.

This graph shows the percentage of women in GI faculty positions at different career levels. 30% of female faculty are Assistant Clinical Track, 55% are Assistant Tenure Track, 57%  are Assistant Research Track, 27% are Associate Clinical Track, and 25% are Associate Tenure Track.