Residents and Fellows
As New England’s largest safety net hospital, caring for Boston’s most diverse patient population, Boston Medical Center offers unequaled learning opportunities. With 43 ACGME accredited programs, and over 650 residents and fellows, training at Boston Medical Center offers a wide range of educational and career opportunities.
URM Demographics AY2020-21
Currently, 17% of Boston Medical Center's residents and fellows have self identified as underrepresented minorities in medicine.
- 52 (7%) Black/African American
- 67 (6%) Hispanic/Latino
- 5 (1%) Native Hawaiian or Pacific Island
Throughout the year, we host a number of networking and social events to help build connections between URM medical students, trainees, and faculty within Boston Medical Center/Boston University School of Medicine, as well as with neighboring academic medical institutions. The events create opportunities for mentorship, research, and career development.
URM trainees and faculty have the opportunity to serve as ambassadors of Boston Medical Center and Boston University School of Medicine at regional/national medical conferences, and at targeted medical schools to engage and advise the next generation of physicians. For more information, please contact us at [email protected].
URM Steering Committee
As a member of the URM Resident Steering Committee, you become an important part of our URM recruitment, student mentorship, and resident mentorship efforts.
Edom Seyoum PGY1 Psychiatry, C. Sola Ajewole PGY4 OBGYN, and Natasha Nazari PGY2 Psychiatry