How do I apply?
Applications are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Applications will be reviewed from September 1st through January 1st.
How many positions are available?
We have four positions available annually.
Is a clinical year required?
Successful completion of a clinical year in an ACGME-accredited program is required (i.e., Transitional Year Residency, Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Preliminary Surgery, etc.).
How are applicants selected for an interview?
Due to the number of applicants, screening criteria (board scores, strength of recommendation letters, publications, volunteer/leadership activities) have been developed to allow a numerical assignment that sets a bar above which applications are reviewed by members of the Selection Committee. Applicants selected to interview will be notified by mail or e-mail.
Do you accept foreign medical graduates?
Applicants are selected without regard to national origin, race, religion or sex.
Do you sponsor visas?
We sponsor J-1 visas.
What are the prerequisites to be eligible to take the Core exam?
To be eligible to take the Core Exam, a candidate must meet the following minimum requirements:
- Have an active application with the ABR.
- Be in or have successfully completed 36 months of Diagnostic Radiology (DR) residency training, or three years of a DR International Medical Graduate (IMG) training plan.
- Be current with all ABR fees and pay all annual fees before the date of the exam.
Do you offer an Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology (ESIR) pathway?
Yes, as of February 2018, the program has been accredited for a single position per year in the ESIR pathway, allowing residents pursuing Interventional Radiology to complete their training with only one year of fellowship training in IR. Please see our ESIR page for more information.
What is your board pass rate for graduating seniors?
For the class of 2020, there was a 100% board pass rate.