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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I submit materials in addition to what is required by ERAS?
Yes, you can send us any additional materials you wish.
- You may send by mail to: Sandy Vieyra, Department of Neurology, 601 N. Caroline Street, Suite 5065 Baltimore, MD 21287-0877.
- You may send a pdf via email (preferred method): firstname.lastname@example.org
When and how will you notify candidates about interviews?
Our Residency Selection Committee will begin reviewing completed applications in late September, 2015. Candidates selected for interviews will be notified mid-October, 2015 primarily by email until our interview slots are filled. Once our Interview slots are filled, the committee will keep a handful of applications on a waitlist.
Does your program accept International Medical Graduates?
Yes, we do accept IMGs to our program who we feel match the educational, medical, interpersonal, and academic potietial of our U.S. based applicants. You must hold a current, valid certificate from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates(ECFMG). Visa issues are dealt with on a case-by-case basis. As a general rule those candidates with direct patient experience within the previous 3 years are preferred.
Do you have USMLE score requirements
Every application is considered on an indicidual basis. All applicants must have a passing score on both the USMLE Step I and Step II (CS and CK) in order to be ranked in the Neurology program. There are no specific requirements for foreign medical graduates. However, all IMGs must have been certified by the ECFMG.
Is clinical experience in the United States required?
Certainly, prior clinical experience in the United States is advantageous. However, candidates can be accepted into the program without previous U.S. clinical training.
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