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The Wilmer Residency Program seeks to attract a diverse group of individuals who are committed to developing an understanding of diseases of the eye and are dedicated to using that knowledge to providing excellent and ever-improving patient care. The program offers a wealth of resources to foster ophthalmology resident education and development including outstanding faculty clinicians, experienced researchers and scientists, a modern dedicated ocular OR, a fully equipped practice laboratory, a newly renovated library with a full-time librarian, and dedicated ophthalmology nursing, photography and ocular imaging services.
Before joining the program, many residents have pursued degrees in other interest areas (including physics, biology, physiology, business, public health, government), have worked in business and technology, have spent time exploring research interests, have traveled or lived in foreign countries, or have been involved in public outreach programs. Graduates of the residency program also pursue various career opportunities. Many have chosen to follow their residency with additional fellowship training and have consistently matched in the programs of their choice. Following the completion of their training, our resident alumnae pursue their varied interests in academic positions, private practice, public health, clinical activities and research.
Residency applications to the Wilmer Program are processed through the Central Application Service (CAS) provided by the San Francisco Matching Program. For more details on how to submit the necessary application, please refer to www.sfmatch.org. No additional application materials are required. Use of CAS is mandatory for all applicants.
Please note that it is the policy of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine that all offers of a house staff position (as well as offers to applicants for medical school or fellowship in any Graduate Medical Education program sponsored by Johns Hopkins) are conditional, based on a review of the prospective house officer’s criminal background. The University reserves the right to rescind an offer of appointment to any educational or training program, including the Wilmer Eye Institute, to any individual whose background investigation reveals a history of criminal conduct that:
a) the University reasonably determines increases the risk of harm to patients or individuals on Johns Hopkins premises; or
b) was not accurately disclosed in response to a direct question regarding criminal history on any application for admission or appointment in connection with the program; or
c) is inconsistent with the high standard of ethical conduct required of all members of the academic community or is otherwise unbefitting a member of the academic community. A complete description of the policy is available upon request.
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