Each year, the faculty interviews approximately 60 applicants for five residency positions. Two groups of residents are selected: three residents are selected for the five-year clinical training program, and two residents are selected for the seven-year research track. The two residents in the research track begin two years of advanced research training and enter their clinical otolaryngology training at the end of their research training; the three residents in the clinical track enter their clinical training immediately after their internship year.
Applications are only accepted through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS).
US medical students should contact their Dean's Office or ERAS.
International medical graduates should contact the ECFMG. Sponsorship of J-1 visas is preferred.
An ECFMG certificate must accompany the ERAS application.
A complete ERAS application includes:
- personal statement
- dean's letter
- three letters of support
- passing USMLE scores
- medical school transcript
- a recent photograph (optional)
All applicants must also register with the National Resident Matching Program (Phone: 202-828-0566).