• Join WIE and become an advocate for promoting the role of women in interventional endoscopy.

  • Amrita Sethi, MD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Director of Pancreaticobiliary Endoscopy Services
    Division of Digestive and Liver Disease
    Columbia University Medical Center-NYPH
    WIE President & Founder

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    Park City, Utah

Become A Member

Women in Interventional Endoscopy welcomes both women and men to be a part of this exceptional movement

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Learn and Grow

WIE will offer educational and personal growth resources and opportunities throughout the year

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Connect

Networking is the best way to become the best you.

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Upcoming Events

We hope you will be able to join us for many of our events.

Women Making News 

July 30, 2019 - Drs. Amrita Sethi and Uzma Siddiqui are featured commentators in Healio's Why not me?’ – Bringing women into view of the advanced endoscopy suite​, a look at the recent Twitter-storm about the disparate percentage of women matched into advanced fellowships.

Enriching Interventional Endoscopy Knowledge

WIE is planning a dinner to be held in conjuction with the Virginia Gastroenterological Society Annual Meeting and ACG Postgraduate Course on September 6-8, 2019 in Williamsburg, VA. Registration details for the dinner will be accessible through our events calendar in the coming weeks. Plan to join us!
 

 









 

We're Interested

Would you be interested in participating in a mentorship program?
As a mentor
As a mentee

Meet the Board

Amrita Sethi, MD,  President - Columbia University Medical Center
Uzma Siddiqui, MD, Vice President - University of Chicago
Jeanin Van Hooft, MD, Secretary - Amsterdam Medical Center
Aline Charabaty Pishvaian, MD - Johns Hopkins Medicine
Lisa Considine - Boston Scientific Corporation
Simone Guaraldi, MD - INCA, Rio de Janeiro

Michael Kochman, MD - University of Pennsylvania
Roberta  Maselli, MD - Humanitas Hospital, Milano

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