The University of Chicago, Department of Radiology accepts eight residents per year. All positions are filled through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) utilizing the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). For information, please visit their websites at aamc.org/eras and www.nrmp.org.
Required Application Materials:
- Complete ERAS application
- MSPE (formerly Dean’s Letter)
- USMLE Step 1 Scores – we do not require USLME Step II scores be available by October 1st, but passages of both USLME Step 1 and II are required for entry into the program.
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae
- A minimum of 2 Letters of your choice
- J1 visas accepted/sponsored
All applicants must complete all pre-requisite training in an ACGME-accredited internship or residency program before entering or transferring into an ACGME-accredited residency/fellowship program. This includes residents entering into a PGY2 level specialty.
We will begin accepting applications in September 2017 for advanced positions to begin in July 2019. Interviews will be held in October, November, and December 2017.
We review all applications and invite candidates to interview as the review process proceeds. If you have applied for radiology residency through ERAS, you will be notified by e-mail if an invitation to interview will be issued. The timing of your interview does not affect your chances of obtaining a position in our residency program. Once you have received an invitation to interview, please respond as promptly as possible. Interviews are conducted on Wednesday’s and Friday’s. All applicants are invited to an informal dinner the night before the interview.
While there is not a strict deadline, applicants are encouraged to submit all materials promptly as invitations are offered continuously.
If you have not heard from us, and you have been offered an interview with another institution in Chicago, contact our Residency Program Manager. We will try to help you coordinate your visits.
If you are flying from out of town, the nearest airport is Midway Airport. If you will be arriving via O'Hare Airport, plan on an hour to reach campus.
For more information regarding hotels and directions, please visit: http://visit.uchicago.edu/accommodations.shtml
Of course, if you are planning on multiple interviews, you may choose to stay downtown. There are excellent accommodations in the Loop, and always something to see. Check out the windy city at chicago.metromix.com.
For more information about Hyde Park and the City of Chicago please visit: experiencechicago.uchicago.edu/
Taking a cab? Your driver may be more familiar with the name "Bernard Mitchell Hospital" than with the University of Chicago.
The entrance to the Q-corridor on the second floor is directly opposite of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery in the P corridor.
If you're not staying overnight, bring your luggage with you. We will find a place for it until your interviews are completed.