Fellowship Eligibility & Application
The Training Program is available to qualified applicants who wish to pursue an academic, public health-oriented or clinical career in Infectious Diseases. Fellows spend one year in intensive clinical work before entering one of the following training pathways for one year. Note that for fellows starting their fellowship in July 2016, we will be recruiting 1 fellow to the advanced clinical pathway and 1 fellow to the public health/research pathway (these will be separate tracks in the NRMP/MSMP application system)
Applicants must be ABIM board-eligible in Internal Medicine.
Tulane University cannot accept H-1B visa holders. J-1 visa-holders are welcome.
Applicants must be ABIM board-eligible in Internal Medicine Tulane University does not accept H-1B visa holders. Application is made via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), and we participate in the Medical Specialties Matching Program (MSMP) of the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).
ERAS opens for registration: June 2017
Fellowship applicants may apply to July application cycle programs only: July 2017
Programs start downloading applications from ERAS: July 2017
Match opens: 2017
Rank Order List deadline:
Philip Yeon, MD, MPH&TM
Fellowship Training Program Director
Infectious Diseases Section
Tulane University School of Medicine, 8987
New Orleans, LA 70112
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