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Frequently Asked Questions
Does your program guarantee a position for the preliminary pediatric training?
Our program is not formally integrated with the Johns Hopkins Pediatric residency program. Therefore, you must apply separately through ERAS for the program. However, the preliminary training may be completed at any accredited institution.
If selected to interview for the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Neurology program, we can assist interested candidates with coordinating arrangements for interviews with the Pediatrics program at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Can I submit materials in addition to what is required by the AUPN?
Yes, you can send us any additional materials you wish. These items can be submitted directly to our Medical Training Program Administrator, Sandy Vieyra. Please make sure items are in PDF format and you may email them to: email@example.com
When and how will you notify candidates about interviews?
Our Residency Selection Committee will begin reviewing completed applications in late September, 2017. Candidates selected for interviews will be notified mid-October, 2017 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?
What kind of visa do you offer foreign nationals?
The School of Medicine sponsors incoming Residents and Fellows for J-1 ECFMG Alien Physician Exchange Visitor status. This applies to Residents and Fellows joining the SOM from abroad, as well as those individuals in the U.S. in another nonimmigrant status.
The SOM sponsors H-1B temporary worker status in limited circumstances, specifically:
- Residents who have earned their Medical Degree [M.D.] in the U.S. and are currently in an ACGME-accredited clinical training program on Optional Practical Training
- Residents who are currently completing their ACGME-accredited residency in the U.S. on an H-1B *and* where there is sufficient H-1B time remaining for the offered residency or fellowship.
- Fellows who are currently completing their ACGME-accredited fellowship in the U.S. on an H-1B *and* where there is sufficient H-1B time remaining for the offered residency or fellowship.
Do you have USMLE score requirements and other specific qualifications for IMGs?
We do not have specific requirements for foreign medical graduates. Every application is considered on an individual basis. However, all IMGs must have be certified by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).
Is clinical experience in the United States required? As dictated by the ACGME, residents must have successfully completed two(2) years of ACGME-accredited education in pediatrics or one (1) year of ACGME-accredited education in Pediatrics and one (1) year of ACGME-accredited education in family medicine or internal medicine or one (1) year of ACGME-accredited education in pediatrics and one (1) year of neuroscience research approved by the program director.
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