How to Apply

All applications must be submitted through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) by November 15 of the year prior to which the applicant will matriculate into the program. All interviews for 2020-2021 will be held virtually. Applicants will meet through web conferencing with the Program Director, Pathology faculty, and Chief residents.

  • Candidates must be senior medical students or graduates of an LCME/AOA approved medical school in the United States or Canada. If the applicant is an international medical graduate, he/she must hold a valid ECFMG certificate.
  • Candidates must complete the USMLE Steps 1, 2CK, and 2CS or the COMLEX Levels I, IICE, and IIPE examinations prior to matriculation into the program.
  • International medical graduates must possess US citizenship or have permanent residency; if visa sponsorship is needed, the applicant must seek ECFMG sponsorship of a J1-Visa. Recent graduates are preferred. Clinical experiences in the US are also preferred.
  • Candidates are required to submit an official transcript, 3 letters of recommendation, and a Dean’s letter through the ERAS application process.
  • Candidates who are selected for interview will receive a letter of invitation by email.
  • Interviews will be held virtually between November and January.

Residency Tracts

The majority of our residents complete dual training in anatomic and clinical pathology. Rare residents have completed an AP only tract. We do not offer a tract in clinical pathology alone.