A complete application should be submitted through the
Application Service (ERAS). Information regarding this process can be obtained
from the deans’ offices of all United States medical schools or from the
Education Commission for Foreign
Medical Graduates. Applications are accepted from both senior medical
students and graduates of approved medical schools with house officer training.
Two, first-year resident positions are available per year, and all are filled through the National Residency Matching Program. A year of clinical internship is required before beginning radiology residency.
All graduates of foreign medical schools must have passed Parts 1 and 2 of the U.S. Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) prior to application.
This program receives approximately 500 applications per position available in any year. Approximately 15% of those with completed applications are interviewed. The department does not regard sex, religion, or racial background as relevant factors when considering applicants for residency positions.
Interviews are scheduled beginning about the 1st of November. Applications must be complete with all documents except the dean's letter for medical students by October 15th. A complete application includes the ERAS application, numerical USMLE scores, curriculum vitae, personal statement, dean's letter, official transcript, and three letters of recommendation. It is understood that the dean's letter for medical students will be forthcoming in November.
Please contact our residency coordinator for questions or more information:
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