• What documents are required for an application to be reviewed by the Resident Recruitment Committee?
      1. Current curriculum vitae
      2. Personal statement
      3. Dean’s letter
      4. Three letters of recommendation (four letters for foreign medical graduates and at least one of those letters must be from the United States)
      5. Transcript of the medical school record, certified by the medical school
      6. Recent photo
      7. Official record of board scores (USMLE/COMLEX)
      8. Valid ECFMG certificate if graduating from a medical school outside of the United States or Canada
    • Do you accept/sponsor any type of training visas?

      No, all applicants must be either a U.S. citizen or have a valid green card. At this time, the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management is not sponsoring/accepting any type of training visas.

    • How do I find out if I am selected for an interview?

      Once an applicant’s complete application is received, the application is reviewed by the recruitment committee. The Program Coordinator will then email the applicant with the committee’s decision.

    • When do you review applications?

      The Department interviews applicants from November to January.

    • How long does it take to review my application?

      The recruitment committee reviews all applications and then three faculty are assigned to review each. Once feedback is received, the recruitment committee will determine if an interview will be extended to the candidate. All applicants will be e-mailed with the review committee's final decision..

    • Does the Department have a USMLE/COMLEX cut off score?


    • When do you begin to interview applicants?

      The Department interviews applicants from November to January.

    • How many PGY-1 positions do you have?


    • How many PGY-2/CA-1 positions do you offer?

      This year we will offer 1 "Advanced" and 3 "Reserved" positions.

    • Is there an application deadline?

      Yes, it is November 30th

    • Do residents participate in research?

      Yes, all residents participate in a scholarly activity project.  Advanced research opportunities may also be available.

    • What fellowships are offered?

      We are one of the few programs to offer fellowships in every ACGME approved subspecialty. We offer fellowship positions in Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology, Critical Care Medicine, Obstetrical Anesthesiology, Pain Medicine and Pediatric Anesthesiology. Additionally, we offer TMB approved subspecialty fellowship positions in Pediatric Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology, Neuroanesthesia, and Regional and Acute Pain Medicine (currently applying for ACGME accreditation). 

    • How many residents go into fellowships?

      Over half of our graduating class will continue their training in fellowships both internally and externally. 

    • Do residents get to participate in mission trips?

      Yes, the residents are able to participate in mission trips. The training program is also currently in the development stage of developing a global health elective.