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The Anatomic and Clinical Pathology residency program is approved by the ACGME for 30 training positions; however, the number of residents in training is usually lower, with about 6 residents typically admitted each July 1. A completed application includes a curriculum vita, a statement of purpose, the Medical Student Performance Evaluation and transcript from the candidate's medical school, three recent letters of recommendation, and USMLE scores.
   
Graduates of international medical schools must hold an ECFMG certificate. Successful international candidates generally have some previous experience in the US medical system and have recently completed their undergraduate medical education (usually within the last 8 years). Often these candidates enter with an advanced degree from a US or Canadian institution or with post-doctoral research experience in the US or Canada.
 
Applications should be submitted via the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) by December 31 of the year preceding appointment.

For further information please contact:

Gloria Young, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology
Residency Training Program, Tisch
560 First Avenue, TH 382
New York, NY 10016
Gloria.Young@nyumc.org
Phone: (212)263-0261

Adrienne Dolginko, C-TAGME, Program Manager, Education Division 
522 First Avenue, SRB 303
New York, NY 10016
Adrienne.Dolginko@nyumc.org
Phone: (212) 263 5376

Lindsay Ashford, Residency & Fellowship Program Coordinator
522 First Avenue, SRB 303
New York, NY 10016
Lindsay.Ashford@nyumc.org
Phone: (212) 263 1063

Jennifer Molde, Residency & Fellowship Program Coordinator
522 First Avenue, SRB 303
New York, NY 10016
Jennifer.Molde@nyumc.org
Phone: (646) 501 9926

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