How to Apply
We currently have one reserved position available for our Pediatric Neurology residency program for 2014, one categorical position available for 2016 and one advanced position available for 2016.
The Categorical position for 2016 will involve a continuous five years of training, beginning in 2014 in the pediatrics department. After two years of pediatrics residency, the applicant will begin their pediatric neurology training in 2016. Please note that our categorical track is highly competitive. Applicants may apply to both the categorical and the advanced track simultaneously.
Any medical students applying to the advanced track will need to independently apply to preliminary Pediatrics programs elsewhere.
The Pediatric Neurology match will be completed through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP). Please visit their website for application instructions. You will need to register for the 2014 NRMP match and complete a MyERAS application.
Applicants using the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and applying for Pediatric Neurology Residency should complete their MyERAS application, but DO NOT need to mail a hard copy to AUPN.
To Apply for the Categorical Position
Applicants interested in our categorical position with the pediatrics training program must apply to the categorical track (1257185C0). A separate application to the pediatrics program is not needed, but interviews with each program will be required.
We will offer an interview date subsequent to receiving a full application packet from ERAS.
If you have an interest in our program and would like to plan a visit, please contact Kara Galer at 617.414.4536 or Kara.Galer@bmc.org.
Thank you for your interest in our program and we look forward to reviewing your application.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What openings do you have for 2014, 2015 and 2016?
Q: Should I apply for the Pediatrics program and Pediatric Neurology separately?
Q: Do you accept International Medical Graduates?
Q: What visas do you accept for International Medical Graduates?
Q: What are the median USMLE scores accepted by your program?
Q: Should we supply any additional information along with the ERAS application?
Q: What are the dates/times of the interviews?
If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kara Galer at 617.414.4536 or email Kara.Galer@bmc.org.