Application Process: All application submissions to our program must be via ERAS. We select all incoming interns via the Match.
Number and types of letters of recommendations: We request you submit 3-4 letters of recommendation, 2 of which should ideally detail your clinical skills, while the remaining may be additional clinical letters or letters from faculty who have worked closely with you in the areas of research, community service, public health, global health, or other extracurricular activities. We do not require department letters. We do understand that not all letters of recommendation will be available once ERAS opens, but we do desire to have at least 1 letter (ideally a clinical letter) be available at the time of our application review.
Application review/invite timeline: We will begin reviewing applications within 1-2 weeks of ERAS opening to programs and have a tentative plan to start sending interview invitations by early-to-mid November. We send invitations in batches to ensure interview availability for interested applicants. Interviews will take place starting mid-to-late November through early-to-mid January. If you have not received an invitation to interview by late November and have a strong interest in our program, you may reach out to us to request that we reconsider your application.
Approach to Step 1: We accept both COMLEX and USMLE scores. We do not have a specific Step 1 score cut-off, but we prioritize applicants who pass Step I on their initial attempt.
Approach to Step 2: We accept both COMLEX and USMLE scores. We do not have a specific Step 2 CK score cut-off, but we prioritize applicants who pass Step 2 CK on their initial attempt.
Post-Interview Communication Policy: Unless we have a specific question or request regarding your application, we do not initiate, expect, and in general discourage post-interview communication.