How to Apply
We currently have eight positions in our Neuroradiology Fellowship program. We strive to compose a diverse class of trainees that have unique talents and perspectives to enrich our program. We encourage qualified applicants with all variety of backgrounds to apply. University of Utah is a wonderful place to train!
For the upcoming 2019-2020 fellowship interview cycle (fellows matriculating July 2021), the Neuroradiology fellowship program will only accept applications and supporting documents via ERAS (Electronic Residency Application System).
To process your application, we require the materials listed below:
- Common ERAS application form
- Curriculum vitae
- Personal statement
- Medical school transcript
- United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Step 1, 2, and 3 scores
- Three letters of recommendation. One muse be from your current program director
- Copy of the Dean’s letter from your medical school or ECFMG certificate
- Evidence of research activity (may be listed on your CV)
- A photo of yourself
International medical graduates must include the following in addition to the above:
- Copy of green card, J-1 clinical visa, or documentation of US citizenship
- Valid ECFMG certificate with Clinical Skills Assessment certification
- Evidence of previous training in the United States (if applicable)
Interviews are offered based on review of applications by the selection committee. Fellows are selected on the basis of in-depth application review and the results of personal interviews with our selection committee.
If you have been selected to interview with our program, you will receive an email invitation. Please see the Interview Day page for further details.
The University of Utah School of Medicine does not discriminate on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, race, age, religion, color, national origin, disability, or veteran’s status. In accordance with the requirements of The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, (Section 504), the University of Utah provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities, so that they may fully participate in its academic programs, employment opportunities, medical services, programs, and events.