We have completed interviews for the 2013-2014 recruitment season, but will begin accepting applications for the 2014-2015 recruitment season when ERAS opens in September 2014.
To Our Prospective Applicants,
Thank you for your inquiry about our training program in Neurology. The following is a list of "Frequently Asked Questions," covering the requirements for our programs.
Do you take International Medical Graduates into your programs?
Yes, we do.
How can I apply to your program?
You must apply through ERAS for all residency programs. .
Do I have to be ECFMG certified?
Yes, you must be ECFMG certified before beginning training.
Is US clinical experience a requirement?
Yes, you must have clinical experience in a US hospital with direct patient contact (observerships are not acceptable). You must have at least one reference letter from a US physician who can verify your clinical experience and attest to the quality of your work.
Do you sponsor or accept any visas?
Yes, we only sponsor J1 visas (no exceptions).
Is there a cutoff of years from graduation?
We have no cutoff date for graduation from medical school.
Is there any minimum for USMLE scores?
No there is no minimum for USMLE scores.
How many positions do you have available through the match?
We have completed all interviews for the current academic recruiting season. Beginning with the 2013-2014 recruiting season, there will be two advanced positions available with training beginning July 1, 2015 as well as six categorical beginning July 1, 2014. The Child Neurology position will begin with Child Neurology in 2016.
When is the application deadline?
The application deadline will be November 1, 2013.
What insurance is available?
For specific information regarding insurance, stipends, and other Indiana University School of Medicine GME policies, please go to http://medicine.iu.edu/residents.
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