How to Apply

We are using ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) for this year's recruitment and match.  Completed applications are reviewed and decisions are made regarding the interview process. This program usually receives over 1,200 completed applications, of which 120 applicants are granted interviews for the five categorical positions. 

We will have three interview dates where applicants will be interviewed.  The interview dates are conducted in November through January.  The evening prior to the interview, we have a social gathering that gives the applicants the opportunity to meet the faculty and residents in a more relaxed atmosphere. 

The interview process itself, the following day, consists of three to four formal interviews, three with faculty members and one with a senior-level resident.  Between interviews, the applicant has the opportunity to interact with residents at various levels of the training, as that is the best way to obtain the most accurate information about the quality and disposition of the residency.

Questions can be directed to Pamela Bossard-Sanko via e-mail at

Thank you for your interest in our training program.