Applications Are Now Closed

Thank you to all who applied. 


Get involved with AIBD faculty, chairs, and attendees in educating peers and professionals on important topics in IBD. AIBD Ambassadors will participate in program planning, poster abstract and content review, attendee question moderation, and mentored research presentations as steps towards building your academic IBD portfolio and increasing engagement in the overall program.

Applicants should be within 10 years of GI fellowship (IBD fellowship preferred) or specialized training. International, pediatric gastroenterology, surgery, nurses, and advanced practice providers are encouraged to apply.

Application Requirements:

  • Current CV/Resume
  • Letter of Recommendation from an established mentor/colleague in the IBD field
  • 250-word personal essay answering the question "Why do you want to be an AIBD Ambassador?" (i.e., Why is this opportunity important to you? What skills/assets/strengths make you an ideal candidate?)

Please note: if you are accepted, this is a 2-year commitment and you will be expected to attend AIBD 2023 and AIBD 2024 to fulfill your responsibilities. 

Application Deadline: Friday, April 14, 2023 at 11:59 PM ET
Accepted applications will be informed no later than June 16, 2023