Applicants must apply via electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) Applicants must have passed USMLE Steps I and II. Those achieving three digit scores at or above 220 are given the strongest consideration. International graduates must have some US clinical experience with related letters of reference.
The following documents must be submitted through ERAS:
- Medical and graduate school transcripts
- Dean’s letter and two additional letters of reference.
- Official USMLE transcript
- Curriculum vita
- Personal statement
- A valid ECFMG certificate if medical school completed outside of the U.S
Applications are reviewed beginning September 15. The application deadline is November 1. Interviews are scheduled from late October through early January. Please apply to both Advanced Neurology and Preliminary Internal Medicine.