How to apply
Applications for fellowship will be accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). All fellowship positions will be filled through the National Residency matching program (NRMP).
The following documents are required from all applicants:
- Completed Application via ERAS
- Personal Statement
- Letters of Recommendation: Minimum of 3, maximum of 4
- One of these letters should be from your program director
- Dean's Letter/MSPE
- Medical School Transcript
- USMLE Transcript or COMLEX scores
International medical graduate applicants must be ECFMG certified by the NRMP ranking deadline to be considered. Applicants must be legally able to work in the U.S., or to obtain work authorization.
For the 2023-2024 recruitment season, the Infectious Diseases Fellowship program will offer virtual interviews in August, September and October. Applicants will meet with program leadership in an opening orientation and Q&A then participate in 3 faculty one-on-one interviews. Depending on the day of the week, applicants will observe fellowship or divisional conferences and all applicants will close the day with a final leadership check-in. Interview invitations will be issued on an ongoing basis beginning in mid-August.
Virtual Interview Dates for 2023-2024 (dates subject to change):
- August 28 (Monday)
- September 7 (Thursday)
- September 11 (Monday)
- September 18 (Monday)
- September 21 (Thursday)
- September 25 (Monday)
- October 2 (Monday)
- October 5 (Thursday)
- October 16 (Monday)
- October 19 (Thursday)
We in the Infectious Diseases Fellowship program are committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment for our learners and faculty. We recognize that systemic racism impacts the health of our community as well as the opportunities afforded to prospective applicants. To address the inherit inequities, we have taken actionable steps towards building a workforce that represents our values. Based on the AAMC guidance, we use a holistic review process during our application season. We have also integrated a social determinants of health thread into our curricular components and are working to expand our community collaborations to better serve our society. With each step, we remain steadfast in our commitment to building a training program for all identities.
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