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I'm collecting data again this year regarding this year's matches. Will post information on this thread - in the mean time, if have information about a school not currently on the thread, please post!

FYI: Match List 2004 thread:
http://forums.studentdoctor.net/showthread.php?t=112378

FYI: Match List 2004 Webpage: [253 graduates]
http://www.dpo.uab.edu/~paik/match.html

Analysis @ 251 graduates

Most popular residency choices:

Internal Medicine, 58
Pediatrics, 29
Pathology, 26
Radiology, 19
Psychiatry, 16
Radiation Oncology, 16

Most popular residency institutions:

Harvard hospitals, 50
Penn, 19
WashU, 15
Yale, 15
UCSF, 11
Stanford, 10
Johns Hopkins, 9
Michigan, 7

Status: 40/118 programs, 27/42 NIH
 
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Albert Einstein
Dermatology, NYP Cornell
Internal Medicine, Michigan
Internal Medicine, NYP Columbia
Internal Medicine, NYP Cornell
Ophthalmology, Harvard
Pathology, Yale
Pediatrics, Harvard
Pediatrics, Penn
Radiation Oncology, Chicago
Radiation Oncology, MDAnderson
Radiation Oncology, USC
Radiology, Albert Einstein
Radiology, NYP Columbia
Surgery, NY Methodist

Baylor
Ophthlamology, Johns Hopkins
Otolaryngology, Baylor
Pathology, Penn
Pathology, UCSF
Pediatrics, Cincinnati
Urology, Emory

Brown
Radiology, BID
Surgery, St. Elizabeth's-Tufts

Chicago
Internal Medicine, Brigham
Internal Medicine, Stanford
Ophthalmology, Loyola
Pediatrics, Chicago
Pediatrics, CHOP

Colorado
Internal Medicine, Emory
Internal Medicine, Iowa
Neurology, Johns Hopkins
Pediatrics, Dartmouth

Columbia
Internal Medicine, Brigham
Internal Medicine, CWRU
Internal Medicine, Duke
Internal Medicine, Mt. Sinai
Pediatrics, NYP Columbia
Pediatrics, UCLA

Florida
Neurosurgery, Brigham
Pediatrics, Cincinnati

Harvard
Anesthesiology, Brigham
Dermatology, MGH
Dermatology, NYU
Internal Medicine, Brigham
Internal Medicine, Brigham
Internal Medicine, Brigham
Internal Medicine, MGH
Internal Medicine, MGH
Internal Medicine, MGH
Pathology, Stanford
Radiation Oncology, Harvard
Radiology, MGH
Chemistry Faculty, UIUC
Postdoc

Iowa
Internal Medicine, U of Washington
Neurosurgery, Iowa
Pediatrics, Arkansas
Pediatrics, New Mexico
Pediatrics, Iowa

Minnesota
Dermatology, Minnesota
Ophthalmology, Michigan
Pathology, Indiana
Pathology, UCSF
Pathology, U of Washington

Northwestern
Internal Medicine, UCSD
Neurology, UPenn
Radiation Oncology, MDAnderson
Surgery, Brigham
Urology, Northwestern
Urology, Northwestern

Ohio State
Radiology, Virginia
Psychiatry, UCSD
Pediatrics, Bethesda (Military)

Rosalind Franklin
Radiology, Loma Linda
Radiation Oncology, Beaumont
Urology, Wake Forest

Stanford
Dermatology, UCSF
Internal Medicine, MGH
Psychiatry, Stanford

Stony Brook
Internal Medicine, NYP Columbia
Internal Medicine, Hopkins-Sinai
Internal Medicine, Michigan
Internal Medicine, WashU
OB/GYN, Einstein/Montfiore
Nuclear Medicine, Stanford

UAB
Anesthesiology, Johns Hopkins
Neurology, Harvard
Neurology, Harvard
Internal Medicine, Brigham
Internal Medicine, WashU
Psychiatry, Michigan
Surgery, UAB
Deferred

UCIrvine
Psychiatry, U of Washington
Radiology, Cedars-Sinai
Radiation Oncology, WashU

UNC
Medicine - Pediatrics, UCSD
Medicine - Pediatrics, Yale
Radiation Oncology, UNC
Radiology, UNC

UIChicago
Ophthalmology, UIC
Pediatrics, Boston Children's

UIUC
Anesthesiology, Rush
Dermatology, Colorado
Emergency Medicine, Hennepin County
Internal Medicine, BID
OB/GYN, UIC
Ophthamology, Iowa
Otolaryngology, Southern Illinois
Pathology, Johns Hopkins
Pathology, Pitt
Psychiatry, Stanford
Psychiatry, UNC
Radiation Oncology, Penn
Radiology, Loyola
Radiology, UCLA
Surgery, Utah

UTMB
Internal Medicine, Wake Forest
Pediatrics, UT Southwestern
Psychiatry, Penn
Radiology, Baylor
Radiation Oncology, UTMB

UTHouston
Internal Medicine, Brigham
Pathology, Brigham
Pathology, Vanderbilt
Pediatrics, Duke
Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins

UT Southwestern
Anesthesiology - UCSF
Internal Medicine - MGH
Internal Medicine - UCSF
Internal Medicine - UT Southwestern
Internal Medicine - UT Southwestern
Neurosurgery - WashU
Pathology - UT Southwestern
Psychiatry - McGill
Postdoc - UCSF

Vanderbilt
Child Neurology, WashU
Internal Medicine, MGH
Urology, Stanford

VCU/MCV
Neurosurgery, UCSF
Pediatrics, Chicago

Virginia
Internal Medicine, Duke
Internal Medicine, Brigham
Internal Medicine, Georgetown
Neurology, UAB
Otolaryngology, Iowa
Plastic Surgery, Virginia

WashingtonU
Anesthesiology, WashU
Dermatology, WashU
Internal Medicine, WashU
Internal Medicine, WashU
Neurology, UCSF
Neurology, WashU
Ophthalmology, MEEI
Ophthalmology, Stanford
Pathology, Brigham
Pathology, Chicago
Pediatrics, Boston Children's
Pediatrics, Boston Children's
Pediatrics, Michigan
Pediatrics, NYP Columbia
Plastic Surgery, WashU
Surgery, WashU

Yale
Internal Medicine, BID
Internal Medicine, Stanford
Internal Medicine, U of Washington
Internal Medicine, Yale
Medicine - Pediatrics, Yale
Neurology, Harvard
OB/GYN, Colorado
OB/GYN, Yale
Ophthalmology, USC
Ophthamology, Yale
Pathology, Johns Hopkins
Pathology, Yale
Pediatrics, Penn
Prelim, Yale
Psychiatry, NYU
Psychiatry, Yale
 

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Cornell/SKI/Rockefeller Tri-Institutional Program had a small graduating class this year:

derm - penn
internal medicine - penn (couples match w/derm)
pathology - brigham
pathology - mgh
neurosurgery - ucsf
rad onc - fox chase cancer ctr
 

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Pathology, University of Michigan
Pathology, Brigham
Psychiatry, Yale
Radiation Oncology, University of Alabama
Radiology, MGH
Radiology, UPenn
Radiology, UCSD
(one graduate did not go through the match and is doing a postdoc in Florida)

edited: the results are on the U of Michigan MSTP webpage. You can also see how previous folks from our school have fared in the Match.

http://www.med.umich.edu/medschool/mstp/students/gradsbyfield.htm
 

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Medicine, Stanford
Medicine, Brigham & Women's
Medicine, Hopkins
Medicine, Penn
Medicine, Brigham & Women's
Medicine, Yale
Pathology, Penn
Pathology, Penn
Pathology, Penn
Pathology, Penn
Pediatrics, CHOP
Pediatrics, CHOP
Dermatology, BU
Dermatology, UCSD
OB/GYN, Michigan
Radiology, Penn
Psychiatry, Mass General
 

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Anesthesiology, Duke
EM, Christiana Care
Medicine, Loma Linda
Pediatrics, UCSF
Psychiatry, UMass
 

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Brigham & Womens Hosp-MA, Rad Onc
Brigham & Womens Hosp-MA, Rad Onc
Brigham & Womens Hosp-MA, Internal Medicine
Childrens Hosp Boston-MA, Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hosp-MD, Rad Onc
Johns Hopkins Hosp-MD, General Surgery

I dont know if thats complete but it should be all the MSTP's. Looks like Rad onc was popular, and as usual people stayed here or went to Boston....
 

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noy said:
Brigham & Womens Hosp-MA, Rad Onc
Brigham & Womens Hosp-MA, Rad Onc
Brigham & Womens Hosp-MA, Internal Medicine
Childrens Hosp Boston-MA, Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hosp-MD, Rad Onc
Johns Hopkins Hosp-MD, General Surgery

I dont know if thats complete but it should be all the MSTP's. Looks like Rad onc was popular, and as usual people stayed here or went to Boston....
Hey noy, wasn't there a Hopkins MSTP person who was applying for neurology? I think I met someone from your school who was applying to MMTP at UCSF and he was applying to neurology (or I could be wrong).
 

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I dont think my list is entirely complete - I tried to cross reference the total match list we got with the list of MSTP students on the web - which means I am sure to have missed the student who graduated in 5 years or maybe the one who isnt on the web for some reason. If I get a better list I will post it...

I dont know about neurology, but I recall that of this years MD class something like 11 or 12 matched into neurosurgery... sick stuff... If I find out a better list I will put it up, but this is a good start...
 

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General Surgery, Mass General
Dermatology, UCLA
Radiology, Emory
Neurology, Yale
Psychiatry, Emory
Orthopedic Surgery, Med College of WI
Internal Medicine, Brigham & Womens
 

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Internal Medicine, Brigham
Internal Medicine, WashU PSTP
Neurology, Partners/MGH
Pathology, Dartmouth
Pediatrics, St. Christopher's
 

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Is there going to be a seperate thread for non-MSTP MD/PhD graduates? :confused:
 

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AndyMilonakis said:
I think this thread is an all-inclusive thread. Hence, the "MSTP Match List" title for the thread is kind of a misnomer. Semantics semantics semantics...
So why not a MD/PhD match thread? Elitist, elitist, elitist.....Opps, my bad:p
 
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Everyone is wrong.

The match list includes folks at Illinois's program, some of which obtain terminal degrees other than a PhD.

In reality, it should be a "dual degree" match list.

I can't change the thread title either :(
 
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sluox said:
I love how you highlighted the "lifestyle" residencies. :p
Just wanted to highlight all of those losers who go into Dermatology because they want to study melanomas - har har :laugh: - just kidding.

Competitive and stressful residencies are also highlighted too - Neuro, ENT, and Ortho for example. Gas residencies, which can be termed a lifestyle residency, are not highlighted.

Based on WashU's residency website judgement of "high" to "very high" in competitiveness, particular residencies were highlighted.
 

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there's two other m4s listed on the website, but their names are not on the official match list. sorry, looks like i deleted last year's list already (but i remember it having a good 7-12 people on it!).

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here's the 2004 match as far as i can tell:

Psychiatry - UCLA
Psychiatry - UCLA
Medicine/Neurology - UCSF
Medicine/Investigative Pathway (??) - UCSD
Medicine - Mass Gen
Medicine - WashU
Emergency Medicine - UMich
Surgery - Baylor
 
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Tufts

Dermatology - Pitt
Dermatology - UT Southwestern
Opthalmology - Stanford
Orthopaedic Surgery - Penn
Pediatrics - Children's Hospital Boston
Radiation Oncology - Yale
 
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SUNY Upstate 2005
Neurosurgery - Temple

MUSC 2005
Dermatology - Emory
Internal Medicine - Emory
Internal Medicine - Duke
Internal Medicine - Vanderbilt
Neurology - Yale
Neurosurgery - Chicago
Ophthalmology - Emory
Radiology - Virginia
Radiology - WashU
Postdoc x 2

Kansas 2005
Pathology - UCSF
 

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It's intruiging (and heartening) to me so many people matched into rads and derm.
 

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AndyMilonakis said:
I think this thread is an all-inclusive thread. Hence, the "MSTP Match List" title for the thread is kind of a misnomer. Semantics semantics semantics...
andy, what's up with the annoying sig? is bringing the pain something that you found really novel & interesting. maybe going into anesthesia & thought it would be hilarious to have a big red sign? just curious because it makes me want to check the hide all sigs button. and i don't want to do that, because most are somewhat interesting.
 

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housecleaning said:
andy, what's up with the annoying sig? is bringing the pain something that you found really novel & interesting. maybe going into anesthesia & thought it would be hilarious to have a big red sign? just curious because it makes me want to check the hide all sigs button. and i don't want to do that, because most are somewhat interesting.
you're funny.

actually, i put "bring the pain" on my sig because i'm not the one dishing out the pain. I'm on a tough series of rotations now in my residency program and hence I am the recipient of the pain. But I'm ready to tackle it; hence, the "bring the pain" sig.