Apply to the UNM Gastroenterology Fellowship Program
Facts and Figures
The Division of Gastroenterology Fellowship Training Program at the UNM Health Sciences Center's School of Medicine:
- is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)
- meets the requirements of the American Board of Internal Medicine
Available Positions starting 2013:
- Two to four clinical track positions with a minimum of six months of research in three years (with the option for more)
- One to two research track positions with a minimum of 18 months of research in three years
- One fourth-year position dedicated to endoscopic ultrasound and GI oncology
Board Pass Rates:
Our graduates continue to have an outstanding pass rate of 100% for the ABIM certifying exam.
Applications: The program only accepts applications through ERAS. Applicants need to complete their applications and start applying July 1, 2012. Interviews will be conducted July-November 2012.
- Applicants must have three years of accredited postgraduate education in Internal Medicine.
- Although there is no set cut-off score, applicants should score at least in the mid-80 percentile on USMLE Step I and Step II to be competitive with our usual applicant pool.
- International medical graduates must be US citizens, be permanent residents, or be eligible for J-1 visas. Our institution does not sponsor H-1 visas.
- Must apply via ERAS.
- Dean's letter (MSPE)
- Internal Medicine Chair's letter
- Three additional letters of reference
- Medical school transcript
- Personal statement
- USMLE scores
- Submit an additional statement about why you are interested specifically in the University of New Mexico School of Medicine (sent via email or US postal service).
For questions about this program, please contact GIFellowship@salud.unm.edu