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Hello,

Please post any information (match lists if you have them) on the new match lists coming out from prospective schools!

I thought it would be a great idea if people could post their schools new Match Lists as they come out.

1. It will help those of us who are about to make a tough desicion between schools. and..

2. Give us a chance to discuss the new lists.

(might be a little early but why not get it going.)

PS: If you pm me I can post the lists for you if you feel more comfortable doing it that way.
 
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Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Urology
Stanford University Programs CA Surgery - Preliminary
UCLA Medical Center CA Radiology - Diagnostic
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine – Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Neurology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Univ of Maryland Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Anesthesiology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Hospital of the Univ. of Pennsylvania PA General Surgery
Yale-New Haven Hospital CT Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
McGill University – Montreal, Canada Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Preliminary
Baylor College of Medicine-Houston TX Dermatology
UC San Francisco CA Anesthesiology/Research Trk.
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Dermatology/Medicine
Hospital of the Univ. of Pennsylvania PA Internal Medicine
Cleveland Clinic Foundation OH Surgery - Preliminary
Cleveland Clinic Foundation OH Urology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Emory University School of Medicine GA Internal Medicine
Georgetown University Hospital DC General Surgery
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Primary
University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals UT Emergency Medicine
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Olive View – UCLA Medical Center CA Medicine - Preliminary
Univ of Southern California CA Ophthalmology
Univ of Maryland/Mercy Med Ctr MD Medicine - Preliminary
Baylor College of Medicine - Houston TX Anesthesiology
Children’s Hospital Boston MA Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Medicine/Pediatrics
Washington Hospital Center DC Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Duke University Medical Center NC Internal Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Duke University Medical Center NC General Surgery
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
UPMC Medical Education Program PA Otolaryngology
NYP Hospital-Columbia Univ Med Ctr NY General Surgery
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Neurological Surgery
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Primary
Greater Baltimore Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Univ of Maryland/ Mercy Med Ctr MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Dermatology
Duke University Medical Center NC Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine - Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Neurology
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Psychiatry
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
U Washington Affiliated Hospitals WA Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Greater Baltimore Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
UC San Francisco CA Anesthesiology
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Northwestern McGaw/CMH IL Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Neurological Surgery
Indiana University School of Medicine IN Pediatrics
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine - Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Anesthesiology
Franklin Square Hospital MD Medicine - Preliminary
U Texas/Southwest - Dallas TX Dermatology
Naval Medical Center – San Diego CA Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Anesthesiology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Mt Sinai Hospital NY Internal Medicine
UCLA Medical Center-Santa Monica CA Family Medicine
Oregon Health & Science University OR Family Medicine/Prev. Med
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Harbor Hospital Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Radiology - Diagnostic
Tripler Army Medical Center HI Orthopedic Surgery
NYU School of Medicine NY Emergency Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Vanderbilt University Medical Center TN Obstetrics - Gynecology
Virginia Commonwealth U Health Sys VA Obstetrics - Gynecology
UCLA Medical Center CA Otolaryngology
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine - Primary
Cleveland Clinic Foundation OH General Surgery
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine - Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Anesthesiology
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Hospital of the Univ of Pennsylvania PA Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Psychiatry
UCLA Medical Center CA Medicine - Primary
Northwestern McGaw/CMH IL Pediatrics
Brown U/Women & Infants Hospital RI Obstetrics - Gynecology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics/Child Psychiatry
UC San Diego Medical Center CA Otolaryngology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Psychiatry
Mt Auburn Hospital MA Medicine - Preliminary
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center MA Radiology - Diagnostic
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center NC Otolaryngology
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Surgery - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Urology
U Michigan Hospitals – Ann Arbor MI Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins/Sinai MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Stanford University Programs CA Thoracic Surgery
Yale-New Haven Hospital CT Emergency Medicine
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Greater Baltimore Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Geisinger Health System PA Radiology - Diagnostic
Univ of Maryland/Mercy Med Ctr MD Medicine - Preliminary
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center MA Anesthesiology
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
UC San Francisco CA Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
U Michigan Hospitals – Ann Arbor MI Anesthesiology
Univ of Maryland Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Univ of Southern California CA Ophthalmology
NYP Hospital – Columbia & Cornell NY Otolaryngology
Case Western/MetroHealth Med Ctr OH Medicine - Preliminary
UCLA Medical Center CA Neurology
Vanderbilt University Medical Center TN General Surgery
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Orthopedic Surgery
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Orthopedic Surgery
UC San Francisco CA Internal Medicine
Univ of Minnesota Medical School MN Pediatrics
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine/Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Medicine - Preliminary
U Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center TX Radiation Oncology
U Texas Medical School – Houston TX Medicine - Preliminary
U Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center TX Radiation Oncology
Children’s Hospital Boston MA Pediatrics
Kaiser Permanente – San Francisco CA Medicine - Preliminary
Vanderbilt University TN Ophthalmology
Providence Hospital DC Family Medicine
U Washington Affiliated Hospitals WA Pediatrics
U Michigan Hospitals – Ann Arbor MI Internal Medicine
UC San Francisco CA Obstetrics - Gynecology
St Joseph’s Hospital AZ Neurological Surgery
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Anesthesiology
 

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Not my med school (yet) but:

[post=9404128]Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine Match Results 2010[/post]

[post=9405081]Case Western Reserve Match Results 2010[/post]
 

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I typed up a general list for Uconn in the school specific forums if anyone wants to check it out.
 

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wholly peds city! tons of peds...


and you can def tell that otolaryn - yeah, throat & neck surgery, is on the rise.
 
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I typed up a general list for Uconn in the school specific forums if anyone wants to check it out.

Could you post it here or a link here. It would be great if we could get them all on one forum. After we get a bunch I will make a list if possible. Thank!! :D:laugh::love:
 

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anyone have a link to the UCLA match list? or perhaps the Arizona one?
 
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Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Surgery - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Urology
Stanford University Programs CA Surgery - Preliminary
UCLA Medical Center CA Radiology - Diagnostic
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine – Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Neurology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Univ of Maryland Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Anesthesiology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Hospital of the Univ. of Pennsylvania PA General Surgery
Yale-New Haven Hospital CT Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
McGill University – Montreal, Canada Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Preliminary
Baylor College of Medicine-Houston TX Dermatology
UC San Francisco CA Anesthesiology/Research Trk.
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Dermatology/Medicine
Hospital of the Univ. of Pennsylvania PA Internal Medicine
Cleveland Clinic Foundation OH Surgery - Preliminary
Cleveland Clinic Foundation OH Urology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Emory University School of Medicine GA Internal Medicine
Georgetown University Hospital DC General Surgery
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Primary
University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals UT Emergency Medicine
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Olive View – UCLA Medical Center CA Medicine - Preliminary
Univ of Southern California CA Ophthalmology
Univ of Maryland/Mercy Med Ctr MD Medicine - Preliminary
Baylor College of Medicine - Houston TX Anesthesiology
Children’s Hospital Boston MA Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Medicine/Pediatrics
Washington Hospital Center DC Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Duke University Medical Center NC Internal Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Duke University Medical Center NC General Surgery
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
UPMC Medical Education Program PA Otolaryngology
NYP Hospital-Columbia Univ Med Ctr NY General Surgery
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Neurological Surgery
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Primary
Greater Baltimore Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Univ of Maryland/ Mercy Med Ctr MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Dermatology
Duke University Medical Center NC Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine - Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Neurology
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Psychiatry
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
U Washington Affiliated Hospitals WA Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Greater Baltimore Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
UC San Francisco CA Anesthesiology
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Northwestern McGaw/CMH IL Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Neurological Surgery
Indiana University School of Medicine IN Pediatrics
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine - Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Anesthesiology
Franklin Square Hospital MD Medicine - Preliminary
U Texas/Southwest - Dallas TX Dermatology
Naval Medical Center – San Diego CA Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Anesthesiology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Mt Sinai Hospital NY Internal Medicine
UCLA Medical Center-Santa Monica CA Family Medicine
Oregon Health & Science University OR Family Medicine/Prev. Med
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Harbor Hospital Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Radiology - Diagnostic
Tripler Army Medical Center HI Orthopedic Surgery
NYU School of Medicine NY Emergency Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Vanderbilt University Medical Center TN Obstetrics - Gynecology
Virginia Commonwealth U Health Sys VA Obstetrics - Gynecology
UCLA Medical Center CA Otolaryngology
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine - Primary
Cleveland Clinic Foundation OH General Surgery
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine - Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Anesthesiology
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Hospital of the Univ of Pennsylvania PA Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Psychiatry
UCLA Medical Center CA Medicine - Primary
Northwestern McGaw/CMH IL Pediatrics
Brown U/Women & Infants Hospital RI Obstetrics - Gynecology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics/Child Psychiatry
UC San Diego Medical Center CA Otolaryngology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Psychiatry
Mt Auburn Hospital MA Medicine - Preliminary
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center MA Radiology - Diagnostic
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center NC Otolaryngology
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Surgery - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Urology
U Michigan Hospitals – Ann Arbor MI Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins/Sinai MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Stanford University Programs CA Thoracic Surgery
Yale-New Haven Hospital CT Emergency Medicine
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Internal Medicine
Greater Baltimore Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Geisinger Health System PA Radiology - Diagnostic
Univ of Maryland/Mercy Med Ctr MD Medicine - Preliminary
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center MA Anesthesiology
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Preliminary
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Ophthalmology
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
UC San Francisco CA Internal Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Internal Medicine
U Michigan Hospitals – Ann Arbor MI Anesthesiology
Univ of Maryland Medical Center MD Medicine - Preliminary
Univ of Southern California CA Ophthalmology
NYP Hospital – Columbia & Cornell NY Otolaryngology
Case Western/MetroHealth Med Ctr OH Medicine - Preliminary
UCLA Medical Center CA Neurology
Vanderbilt University Medical Center TN General Surgery
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Orthopedic Surgery
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Orthopedic Surgery
UC San Francisco CA Internal Medicine
Univ of Minnesota Medical School MN Pediatrics
Brigham & Women’s Hospital MA Medicine/Pediatrics
Johns Hopkins Hospital MD Medicine - Preliminary
U Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center TX Radiation Oncology
U Texas Medical School – Houston TX Medicine - Preliminary
U Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center TX Radiation Oncology
Children’s Hospital Boston MA Pediatrics
Kaiser Permanente – San Francisco CA Medicine - Preliminary
Vanderbilt University TN Ophthalmology
Providence Hospital DC Family Medicine
U Washington Affiliated Hospitals WA Pediatrics
U Michigan Hospitals – Ann Arbor MI Internal Medicine
UC San Francisco CA Obstetrics - Gynecology
St Joseph’s Hospital AZ Neurological Surgery
Johns Hopkins/Bayview MD Medicine - Preliminary
Massachusetts General Hospital MA Anesthesiology
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I will be somewhat vague here for the sake of anonymity for those involved, but I didn't realize until today just how tricky the match list results can be to interpret.

I know someone who matched into Hopkins today (in a top 3 ranked specialty for that institution, maybe 1 or not, it doesn't matter that much here)...

And it was not one of their top 3 choices...

But looking at a piece of paper out of context it sure would be more impressive than if you knew the situation.

Don't get me wrong, I was VERY impressed by this person and know he/she will have an AMAZING career, but how many times do we pre-allos look at this stuff and think "that's the place I want to go to get MY dream placement." I guess big names do not equal dream placements later in life.

It ain't all about the names people. Everything in context. But keep those lists coming because it is fun to see. :thumbup:

That being said, a HUGE congrats to all those matching today!

:)
 
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They don't always, and just because its a big name does not mean the program is well known/respected. Institutions don't knock it out of the water with all of their departments.
 

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They don't always, and just because its a big name does not mean the program is well known/respected. Institutions don't knock it out of the water with all of their departments.
To clarify, this particular residency at Hopkins is at least top 3 ranked, but I found it so interesting that this person could rank the school as low as they did and still get in considering the "paper strength" of the program. But this was kind of the point: until you get to that place in your career, you just don't know what that "dream placement" is going to be.

And it seems to me we can't really judge a match list just by the looks of it, even with the strongest programs represented.

If everyone gets their first choice, that's one thing, but I've noticed THAT information is RARELY (if ever?) published.

Anyone ever see that information and not just names on a list?
 
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Some prestige whores will remain prestige whores and will take the highest ranked school at all costs. The rest of us grow out of it.

That being said, I do think there is some value to looking at match lists. Everyone cites anecdotal evidence of outliers ("I know someone who got a 25 MCAT and got into Harvard") yet we're encouraged, as scientists, to focus on means and not outliers. I don't see why matching, or applying to med school, should be any different. Your friend may not have ranked JH as #1, but I'm sure he placed equally impressive programs above it.
 
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Doesn't include everyone, I missed some people and didn't get my hands on the official list...this is missing 20-something people:

Some of the more impressive matches for UMiami:
Mass general: Anesthesia, Medicine
UCSF: plastics
Hopkins: plastics
Wash U: Anesthesia, ophtho, peds
Miami: ophtho (#1 in country)
USC: ortho, anesthesia
UTSW: 3 surgery, 3 medicine
BU: 3 medicine, derm
emory: 2 rad oncs
cornell: 3 medicine
NYU derm
columbia rad onc


By Specialty:
Anesthesia = 13
Dermatology = 3
Emergency Med = 10
Family Med = 5
Surgery = 10
Internal Med = 33
Neuro = 5
Ob/Gyn = 4
Ophtho = 4
Orthopedics = 3
ENT = 2
Peds = 13
PMR = 1
Plastics = 2
Psych = 3
Rad Onc = 3
Radiology = 8
Urology = 1

That I know of no one went into path or neurosurgery
 

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I will be somewhat vague here for the sake of anonymity for those involved, but I didn't realize until today just how tricky the match list results can be to interpret.

I know someone who matched into Hopkins today (in a top 3 ranked specialty for that institution, maybe 1 or not, it doesn't matter that much here)...

And it was not one of their top 3 choices...

But looking at a piece of paper out of context it sure would be more impressive than if you knew the situation.

Don't get me wrong, I was VERY impressed by this person and know he/she will have an AMAZING career, but how many times do we pre-allos look at this stuff and think "that's the place I want to go to get MY dream placement." I guess big names do not equal dream placements later in life.

It ain't all about the names people. Everything in context. But keep those lists coming because it is fun to see. :thumbup:

That being said, a HUGE congrats to all those matching today!

:)
you sir are spot on imo. this stuff really means little to us. i suppose its just fun to look at? i know a lot of med students and i've asked them about match lists. i've only been told to ignore those because we premeds don't really know what they mean. on top of that, the whole correlation causation issue/self selction comes into play.

we don't know who chose what school or what caliber student chose what specialty. on top of that, this is fact btw, some schools are NOTORIOUS for overworking residents. some big name schools do this. thats just how it works. so you never really know your dream school for residency until you interview and meet fellow residents of that school. location/case load/case type etc.. so much goes into choosing a school. just like med school. would looking at an undergrad institution and what med schools premeds get into really help?
 
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WashU's Match list is available =)

Grouped by specialty:

Anesthesiology New York University School of Medicine New York NY
Anesthesiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Anesthesiology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville TN
Anesthesiology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA
Anesthesiology University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Anesthesiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Dermatology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Dermatology University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Dermatology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Dermatology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Dermatology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville TN
Dermatology Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven CT
Diagnostic Radiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Diagnostic Radiology Northwestern McGaw Medical Center Chicago IL
Diagnostic Radiology San Antonio Military Medical Center Lackland AFB TX
Diagnostic Radiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Diagnostic Radiology University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Diagnostic Radiology Northwestern McGaw Medical Center Chicago IL
Diagnostic Radiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Diagnostic Radiology West Virginia University School of Medicine Morgantown WV
Diagnostic Radiology Stanford University Program Stanford CA
Diagnostic Radiology University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Diagnostic Radiology George Washington University Washington DC
Diagnostic Radiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Emergency Medicine University of Virginia Charlottesville VA
Emergency Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Emergency Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Emergency Medicine Hennepin County Medical Center Minneapolis MN
Emergency Medicine New York University School of Medicine New York NY
Family Medicine Texas A&M College of Medicine Temple TX
General Surgery University of Alabama Medical Center Birmingham AL
General Surgery Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis IN
General Surgery Northwestern McGaw Medical Center Chicago IL
General Surgery New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Ctr New York NY
General Surgery Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Oregon Health & Science University Portland OR
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Ctr New York NY
Internal Medicine Brigham & Women's Hospital Boston MA
Internal Medicine St. Louis University School of Medicine St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston MA
Internal Medicine Harbor/UCLA Medical Center Torrance CA
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Loyola University Medical Center Chicago IL
Internal Medicine Stanford University Program Stanford CA
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Baylor College of Medicine Houston TX
Internal Medicine University of California, San Diego Medical Center San Diego CA
Internal Medicine University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Internal Medicine University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Internal Medicine Oregon Health & Science University Portland OR
Internal Medicine University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore MD
Neurological Surgery University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas TX
Neurology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Neurology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Neurology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA
Obstetrics and Gynecology University y of Colorado Denver CO
Obstetrics and Gynecology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Obstetrics and Gynecology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Obstetrics and Gynecology Duke University Medical Center Durham NC
Ophthalmology Rush University Medical Center Chicago IL
Ophthalmology University of California, San Francisco San Francisco CA
Ophthalmology Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis MO
Ophthalmology University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas TX
Ophthalmology University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Ophthalmology Oregon Health & Science University Portland OR
Ophthalmology University of Illinois Chicago IL
Orthopaedic Surgery Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Orthopaedic Surgery SAUSHEC-Brooke Army Medical Center Fort Sam Houston TX
Orthopaedic Surgery University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester NY
Orthopaedic Surgery New York University School of Medicine New York NY
Orthopaedic Surgery UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical Center Newark NJ
Orthopaedic Surgery University of North Carolina Chapel Hill NC
Orthopaedic Surgery Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Orthopaedic Surgery St. Louis University School of Medicine St. Louis MO
Orthopaedic Surgery University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester NY
Otolaryngology University of Minnesota Minneapolis MN
Otolaryngology UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical Center Newark NJ
Otolaryngology Albert Einstein/Montefiore Medical Center New York NY
Pathology University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester NY
Pathology University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Pathology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Pathology Brigham & Women's Hospital Boston MA
Pediatrics St. Louis Children's Hospital St. Louis MO
Pediatrics St. Louis Children's Hospital St. Louis MO
Pediatrics Stanford University Stanford CA
Pediatrics University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami FL
Pediatrics Boston Children's Hospital Boston MA
Pediatrics University of California, San Francisco San Francisco CA
Pediatrics St. Louis Children's Hospital St. Louis MO
Pediatrics New York University School of Medicine New York NY
Pediatrics University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas TX
Pediatrics/Child Neurology St. Louis Children's Hospital St. Louis MO
Pediatrics/Child Neurology University of Colorado School of Medicine Denver CO
Plastic Surgery University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Plastic Surgery University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Psychiatry University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Iowa City IA
Psychiatry University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Psychiatry Albert Einstein/Beth Israel Medical Center New York NY
Psychiatry Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Psychiatry University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Psychiatry Brown University Providence RI
Psychiatry UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience Los Angeles CA
Psychiatry University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Pittsburgh PA
Psychiatry University of Vermont/Fletcher Allen Health Care Burlington VT
Psychiatry University of New Mexico School of Medicine Albuquerque NM
Psychiatry Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Transitional Year Henry Ford Health Science Center Detroit MI
Urology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
 

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Anesthesiology:
BWH (Harvard)
Columbia
Johns Hopkins (2)
Mount Sinai (4)
SUNY Stony Brook (2)
UCSF
UPenn

Child Neurology:
CHOP (UPenn)
UMDNJ-New Jersey

Dermatology:
UCSF

Emergency Medicine:
Mount Sinai
St. Luke's-Roosevelt (Columbia)

Family Medicine:
Bayfront Med Ctr
Natividad Med Ctr
Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa

Internal Medicine:
Brown
BU (2)
Columbia (3)
Duke
Einstein
Lenox Hill (NYU)
MGH (Harvard) (3)
Mount Sinai (4)
NYU
Stanford
UCSF
U Illinois-Chicago
WashU

Medicine-Pediatrics:
Case Western
Mount Sinai
Yale

Medicine-Primary:
Cambridge Health Alliance (Harvard) (2)
Cornell
UCSF
Yale

Neurology:
LIJ

Obstetrics-Gynecology:
Mount Sinai
Stanford
Tufts

Ophthalmology:
Columbia
Duke
Mount Sinai
North Shore-LIJ

Oral Maxillofacial Surgery:
Mount Sinai (3)

Orthopaedic Surgery:
Howard Univ
UConn
UCSD

Otolaryngology:
National Capital Consortium (Military)

Pathology:
Columbia
Cornell
MGH (Harvard)
Mount Sinai (3)
Vanderbilt

Pediatrics:
Baystate (Tufts)
Childrens Hospital LA (USC)
Cornell
Dartmouth
Einstein
Mount Sinai (5)
North Shore-LIJ
NYU (2)
UConn
Vanderbilt

Plastic Surgery:
Cornell
Mount Sinai

Psychiatry:
Cedars-Sinai
Columbia
Cornell
Einstein
Mount Sinai (2)

Radiation Oncology:
Sloan-Kettering (Cornell)
Thomas Jefferson

Radiology-Diagnostic:
Cornell
Einstein
Mount Sinai
NYMC
NYU
Penn Hospital (UPenn)
Temple
UMDNJ-New Jersey

Research Medicine:
Mount Sinai

Surgery:
BID (Harvard)
George Washington
Mount Sinai
SUNY Downstate
UMDNJ-New Jersey
 
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I agree, many of us know that we have no way to distinguish between a malignant this and a benign that, and that a match list is hard to read etc.

But we still want to see. And though it says and infroms us much less then "most" pre-meds realize it can be a usefull tool. For example I like to look at a schools match lists from the last three years and then compare.

Thanks a lot for posting!!! :laugh::laugh::xf:
 

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Psychiatry University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Iowa City IA
Psychiatry University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Psychiatry Albert Einstein/Beth Israel Medical Center New York NY
Psychiatry Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Psychiatry University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Psychiatry Brown University Providence RI
Psychiatry UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience Los Angeles CA
Psychiatry University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Pittsburgh PA
Psychiatry University of Vermont/Fletcher Allen Health Care Burlington VT
Psychiatry University of New Mexico School of Medicine Albuquerque NM
Psychiatry Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Yikes, that's a lot of psychiatry, especially coming out of WashU. A little surprising.
 

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you sir are spot on imo. this stuff really means little to us. i suppose its just fun to look at? i know a lot of med students and i've asked them about match lists. i've only been told to ignore those because we premeds don't really know what they mean. on top of that, the whole correlation causation issue/self selction comes into play.

we don't know who chose what school or what caliber student chose what specialty. on top of that, this is fact btw, some schools are NOTORIOUS for overworking residents. some big name schools do this. thats just how it works. so you never really know your dream school for residency until you interview and meet fellow residents of that school. location/case load/case type etc.. so much goes into choosing a school. just like med school. would looking at an undergrad institution and what med schools premeds get into really help?
Strongly agree. As a premed you won't know what's a good program, what's a good match, whether people are happy or unhappy. You only get a snapshot. This isn't about getting something competitive. It's about getting something you have chosen. Meaning if you are a top student, but really like something non-competitive, or you don't want to give up your family in nebraska, you may forego that derm residency in Boston to do peds in nebraska. To a premed this looks like a bad match. To you, it's a dream. You are picking what you are going to be doing for the next 40 years of your life, not something that will impress some premed wannabe in pre-allo. It's about choices. So you cannot know if a list is good or bad, and don't really know what people wanted, only what they got. You also as a premed don't know what programs are good or bad in each specialty. Believe me, the list is very different in every field, and generally incorporates places that aren't found at the top of the med school rankings lists. Every major program is good in some things, bad in others, maybe malignant in some. How do you find this out? You pick a field and sit down with a mentor in the field late in med school. So as a premed how useful is a list of programs? Not very. Waste of time. Amuse yourself but don't put any stock in it.
 
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I appreciate these opinions, they were/are important for premeds and myself to consider. And the conversation is great.

But this thread is primarily intended to allow people to post 2010 matchlists in one place for all to find. Without judgement.

Thank you.

Anyone find Georgetown's yet?
 

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Great year for Anesthesiology Matches. Fewer matches into Georgetown programs than in the past (I don't know if that's a good sign or a bad sign). Would like to see more Pathology matches :D (I especially liked Vanderbilt's 7 fantastic Pathology matches). Once again I am impressed at how Georgetown students place all over the country.

Anesthesiology:
NYP - Weill Cornell Med Ctr
Mayo - Rochester MN
Stanford
Dartmouth
UCLA Medical Ctr
UCSF
Northwestern University
University of Pittsburgh Med Ctr
University of Chicago
UC San Diego
Thomas Jefferson Univ - PA
Brooke Army Med Ctr


Diagnostic Radiology:
Georgetown (x2)
BI Deaconess Med Ctr - MA
UCSF
UCLA Medical Ctr
Mt. Sinai Hospital - NY
University of Maryland
Univ. of North Carolina
Temple University

Emergency Medicine:
Washington Hospital Center (x3)
St. Lukes Roosevelt - NY (x2)
Stanford
University of Chicago
BI Deaconess Med Ctr - MA
George Washington University
Univ. of Massachusetts
University of Cincinnati - OH
Drexel University
UMDNJ -RW Johnson
Advocate Christ Medical Center -IL
Eastern VA Medical School
Resurrection Med Ctr - IL
Alameda Co Med Ctr - CA
Advocate Christ Medical Center -IL
San Antonio Military Medical Center

Family Medicine:
Einstein - NY (x3)
Swedish Medical Center - WA (x3)
Univ. of North Carolina (x2)
UCLA Medical Ctr
Group Health Coop - WA
Univ. of Colorado - Denver
Mtn Area Health Ed Ctr - NC
Jamaica Hosp Med Ctr - NY
Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa
Exempla St. Joseph Hospital - CO
Providence Hospital - DC

General Surgery:
Univ. of Massachusetts (x2)
Barnes - Jewish Hospital (WUSTL)
University of Alabama
Southern Illionis School of Medicine
Boston University
Univ. of Minnesota
Naval Med Ctr - VA
University of Virginia
Thomas Jefferson Univ - PA
North Shore - LIJ - NY

Internal Medicine:
Georgetown (x8)
Mt. Sinai Hospital - NY (x4)
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center- CA (x2)
Yale (x2)
Univ. of Colorado - Denver (x2)
BI Deaconess Med Ctr - MA (x3)
Duke University
Massachusetts Gen Hospital
Mayo - Rochester MN
University of Chicago
University of Virginia
UCLA Medical Ctr
Case Western University - OH
Northwestern University
University of Rochester
University of Washington
West Virginia University
Wright Patterson AFB
University of Arizona
Naval Med Ctr - VA
National Capital Consortium - MD
Rush University - IL
Washington Hospital Center
NY Hosp Med Ctr Queens
Virginia Mason Med Ctr - WA
Ohio State University Med Ctr
Lenox Hill Hospital - NY
Greenville Hospital System
North Shore - LIJ - NY

Medicine - Dermatology
Univ. of Minnesota
Washington Hospital Center

Medicine - Pediatrics:
Christiana Care - DE
Baystate Med Ctr - MA
Rush University - IL

Neurological Surgery:
Univ. of Minnesota
University of Virginia
Cleveland Clinic - OH

Neurology:
Georgetown (x2)
Mt. Sinai Hospital - NY (x2)
UCLA Medical Ctr
Einstein - NY

OBGYN:
Einstein - NY
Univ. of Tennessee
Mt. Sinai Hospital - NY
Washington Hospital Center
Washington Hospital Center

Ophthalmology:
University of Florida
University of Texas - Galveston
Georgetown

Orthopaedic Surgery:
Georgetown (x2)
Mayo - Rochester MN
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Northwestern University
Stanford
Univ. of Massachusetts
Hershey Med Ctr. Penn State
Monmouth Medical Ctr - NJ
Albert Einstein Med Ctr - PA
SUNY Stony Brook
Lenox Hill Hospital - NY

Otolaryngology:
Georgetown
Mass. General Eye and Ear Infirmary
Northwestern University
Univ. of Utah

Pathology:
Northwestern University

Pediatrics:
Georgetown (x3)
NYP - Weill Cornell Med Ctr (x3)
Northwestern University (x2)
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Yale
UCSF
Case Western University - OH
University of Minnesota
Baystate Med Ctr - MA
St. Louis Univ. SOM
Advocate Christ Medical Center -IL
Kaiser Permanente - Southern CA
Loma Linda University - CA

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation:
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Northwestern University
Virginia Commonwealth University
Loma Linda University - CA

Psychiatry:
NYP - Columbia University
Massachusetts Gen Hospital
University of Southern California
Georgetown
Mt. Sinai Hospital - NY
Johns Hopkins Hospital
George Washington University

Urology:
University of Toledo
Georgetown
 
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Great year for Anesthesiology Matches. Fewer matches into Georgetown programs than in the past (I don't know if that's a good sign or a bad sign). Would like to see more Pathology matches :D (I especially liked Vanderbilt's 7 fantastic Pathology matches). Once again I am impressed at how Georgetown students place all over the country.

THANKS BLACKBIRD! :thumbup:
 

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I agree, many of us know that we have no way to distinguish between a malignant this and a benign that, and that a match list is hard to read etc.

But we still want to see. And though it says and infroms us much less then "most" pre-meds realize it can be a usefull tool. For example I like to look at a schools match lists from the last three years and then compare.

Thanks a lot for posting!!! :laugh::laugh::xf:
This might sound dumb, but is it obvious to tell when you interview at a program if it's malignant or not? Or is it just something you hear from other students?

And can someone please give specifics about what a malignant program does and why it's malignant?

Thanks. These match lists are cool, I'd like to see more. :thumbup:
 
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This might sound dumb, but is it obvious to tell when you interview at a program if it's malignant or not? Or is it just something you hear from other students?

And can someone please give specifics about what a malignant program does and why it's malignant?

Thanks. These match lists are cool, I'd like to see more. :thumbup:
While med students argue about certain things, premeds argue about certain things, residents and MS4 argue about this a lot.

A "malignant" program is a residency that works its residents to the bone, kills em, treats them like crap etc rather then another program that is (as compared to the norm) more manageable.

There is no way to know. A lot of the "ohh wow look, a prestigous name I know on a match list" residency programs may actually be malignant. I like to read in all the forums and it seems a lot of people disagree about which programs are actually "malignant." eg, Uwash was thought to be so but current students say they have changed. Some dont care and take the malignant residency ready to work and love it.

I think premeds, thought of ALL residencies as malignat. To much tv I suppose.

Met, the only way to find out is talking to people or SDN. It can change. So that is why matchlists can be misleading. But I want to see them anyway. Good thing to do is look at more then one year. You CAN get usefull info from them and it is interesting nonetheless.

eg, BU has only had one neurosurgeon resident per the last three years. Georgetown has graduated more per year. This could be due to this and that and whatever, it is interesting and says SOMETHING about where you are headed. I think we can handle it. :thumbup::thumbup:

Keep Posting!!!
 

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... eg, Uwash was thought to be so but current students say they have changed. Some dont care and take the malignant residency ready to work and love it. ...
See, this is the kind of post I think is dangerous. Uwash isn't one residency program. It's more like 20 specialties. Some may be benign. some may be malignant. Some may be well regarded, some may be the bottom of that field. You can't make a blanket statement about all residencies at a place, whether they are benign, malignant, have changed, etc. They are all independent, and can run the gamut, even within a single hospital.

As for malignant, I think Mandiblespeaks definition is a reasonable one. It's basically whether they make the residency hell for the residents, or regard it as a genuine teaching opportunity to train folks to be good doctors. Sure internship is going to be hard on everyone, because the hours are crazy and it's such a steep learning curve, but malignant is something beyond that -- and doesn't necessarily end at internship. Bear in mind that this is not something you will tell on interview day, where people are on their best behavior and the folks who give the tours tend to be hand-picked by the PD. It's something you have to find out through a mentor who knows the program, or from recent alumni from your school who are residents in that particular program (not a different specialty in that same hospital). Malignancy is almost always a top down issue, so if the chairman or PD is a SOB, the folks at the bottom (residents) are going to feel it. You are in a very precarious and vulnerable position as a resident, because you "need" to do well in the program and are in a system where there is often nothing to protect you from the whim or attacks of attendings. You need to know this to evaluate whether it's a place you'd be willing to spend 1, 3 or maybe 7 years at. It matters, often more than just "getting in" to a specialty.

So yeah, you can't just look at a program name you recognize and say, "gee that's a good match". It might be awful. It might be regarded as everyone's last choice. As a premed you cannot know. Heck, as a 4th year med student going into a DIFFERENT specialty, you won't know. This is very much a word of mouth thing and you only get the gospel once you pull the trigger on a particular specialty and sit down with the appropriate people. No way to know till then. Hope this clarifies. Hope I didn't distract from the lists too much, but allowing some of these claims unopposed I think causes more confusion for premeds than help.
 
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See, this is the kind of post I think is dangerous. Uwash isn't one residency program. It's more like 20 specialties. Some may be benign. some may be malignant. Some may be well regarded, some may be the bottom of that field. You can't make a blanket statement about all residencies at a place, whether they are benign, malignant, have changed, etc. They are all independent, and can run the gamut, even within a single hospital.

As for malignant, I think Mandiblespeaks definition is a reasonable one. It's basically whether they make the residency hell for the residents, or regard it as a genuine teaching opportunity to train folks to be good doctors. Sure internship is going to be hard on everyone, because the hours are crazy and it's such a steep learning curve, but malignant is something beyond that -- and doesn't necessarily end at internship. Bear in mind that this is not something you will tell on interview day, where people are on their best behavior and the folks who give the tours tend to be hand-picked by the PD. It's something you have to find out through a mentor who knows the program, or from recent alumni from your school who are residents in that particular program (not a different specialty in that same hospital). Malignancy is almost always a top down issue, so if the chairman or PD is a SOB, the folks at the bottom (residents) are going to feel it. You are in a very precarious and vulnerable position as a resident, because you "need" to do well in the program and are in a system where there is often nothing to protect you from the whim or attacks of attendings. You need to know this to evaluate whether it's a place you'd be willing to spend 1, 3 or maybe 7 years at. It matters, often more than just "getting in" to a specialty.

So yeah, you can't just look at a program name you recognize and say, "gee that's a good match". It might be awful. It might be regarded as everyone's last choice. As a premed you cannot know. Heck, as a 4th year med student going into a DIFFERENT specialty, you won't know. This is very much a word of mouth thing and you only get the gospel once you pull the trigger on a particular specialty and sit down with the appropriate people. No way to know till then. Hope this clarifies. Hope I didn't distract from the lists too much, but allowing some of these claims unopposed I think causes more confusion for premeds than help.
Well said. And informative. I think it is best to assume premeds will read the lists, cant keep that from happening, but that you have better prepared us to read them, well that is a fine gesture.

I for one learned most of what I know regarding matchlists from you. Thank you. I simply contend that there is SOME usefull information. As I had specified above. eg, BU has only had one neurosurgeon for the last 3 years while Gtown has consistently had more then one if not multiple mathcing a year. This is significant because it says "something" for someone interested in neurosurgery. Can you go to BU and become a neurosurgeon if you want, yes. Could BU have more then 6 matching next year, yes. But as it stands, it seems the people/culture/research/style etc has it that neurosurgeons generally are less likely to be produced from BU then Georgetown. Maybe everyone who went to BU wanting neurosurgery switched because it wasnt much revered there. Will never know. But one could reasonably assume that gtown does a good job of fostering/allowing/helping its students go into neurosurgery if so desired. Just my 2 cents.

Speaking of BU, anyone have the 2010 list? Be funny to look at now wouldnt it. MATCH LISTS!
 

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... I simply contend that there is SOME usefull information. As I had specified above. eg, BU has only had one neurosurgeon for the last 3 years while Gtown has consistently had more then one if not multiple mathcing a year. This is significant because it says "something" for someone interested in neurosurgery. Can you go to BU and become a neurosurgeon if you want, yes. Could BU have more then 6 matching next year, yes. But as it stands, it seems the people/culture/research/style etc has it that neurosurgeons generally are less likely to be produced from BU then Georgetown. Maybe everyone who went to BU wanting neurosurgery switched because it wasnt much revered there. Will never know. But one could reasonably assume that gtown does a good job of fostering/allowing/helping its students go into neurosurgery if so desired. Just my 2 cents.
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I don't think that's the right analysis. Neurosurg is one of those fields where the residency is crazy long, the specialty is very specific and self selecting, and even in a boon year you maybe have 1-2 people at a given school applying for it. So in a given year to have zero interest isn't very surprising or statistically meaningful. Nor is even a few years of zero. That's actually pretty common. It's about wants and desires, remember. There will be many schools where nobody wants neurosurg. That doesn't mean anything about the school, it just means that nobody in that particular class found spending a 7 year residency + research years, plus possibly a fellowship, in a very narrow, intense, surgical field all that appealing. The folks who got derm, plastics, optho, ortho or rads probably had a decent shot at this path if they were interested, but weren't so inclined. The school doesn't add that much to the analysis. Certainly if they didn't have a neurosurg department, then folks would have to do away rotations elsewhere if they were so inclined, which still is not such a big deal; they would want to do that anyhow for networking purposes, but at least then you could make a straight faced argument that a school wasn't ideal for that specialty. But in terms of looking at low numbers in a field where 1 is the normal number for most programs based on want... please.

So no, it's not significant. It gives you some insight into the wants and desires of the class that's matching, but not insight into your changes, or whether the program is any good. You are looking at data without context, and construing it in a way that really you have no basis for which to construe. Without finding out who wanted what, you have no idea who could have gotten what. It's misused data. You are better off going someplace you like and can do well rather than following some misguided notion that because nobody wanted neurosurg in a given year then this is a bad place for it. If you perform well on step 1 and do well in your clinical years and away rotations, you are setting yourself up pretty for whatever you want. If you don't do these things, well then maybe you'll be able to refer some patients to a neurosurgeon from your class and he'll let you watch. But the match list isn't going to tell you what you are pretending it's saying.
 

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Yikes, that's a lot of psychiatry, especially coming out of WashU. A little surprising.
Yea the number of psych is unusual this year. Looking at historical match data that we have, its usually between 3-5 although in 2007, there were also 9 people. Theres also usually 2-3 rad onc too.
 
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I don't think that's the right analysis. Neurosurg is one of those fields where the residency is crazy long, the specialty is very specific and self selecting, and even in a boon year you maybe have 1-2 people at a given school applying for it. So in a given year to have zero interest isn't very surprising or statistically meaningful. Nor is even a few years of zero. That's actually pretty common. It's about wants and desires, remember. There will be many schools where nobody wants neurosurg. That doesn't mean anything about the school, it just means that nobody in that particular class found spending a 7 year residency + research years, plus possibly a fellowship, in a very narrow, intense, surgical field all that appealing. The folks who got derm, plastics, optho, ortho or rads probably had a decent shot at this path if they were interested, but weren't so inclined. The school doesn't add that much to the analysis. Certainly if they didn't have a neurosurg department, then folks would have to do away rotations elsewhere if they were so inclined, which still is not such a big deal; they would want to do that anyhow for networking purposes, but at least then you could make a straight faced argument that a school wasn't ideal for that specialty. But in terms of looking at low numbers in a field where 1 is the normal number for most programs based on want... please.

So no, it's not significant. It gives you some insight into the wants and desires of the class that's matching, but not insight into your changes, or whether the program is any good. You are looking at data without context, and construing it in a way that really you have no basis for which to construe. Without finding out who wanted what, you have no idea who could have gotten what. It's misused data. You are better off going someplace you like and can do well rather than following some misguided notion that because nobody wanted neurosurg in a given year then this is a bad place for it. If you perform well on step 1 and do well in your clinical years and away rotations, you are setting yourself up pretty for whatever you want. If you don't do these things, well then maybe you'll be able to refer some patients to a neurosurgeon from your class and he'll let you watch. But the match list isn't going to tell you what you are pretending it's saying.

I politely disagree.
http://www.bumc.bu.edu/busm-osa/match-results/ BU's match lists for 7 years

http://som.georgetown.edu/prospectivestudents/degrees/faq/match/ 4 years.

1. Based on what you are saying I may concurr that BU's 7 year histoy of "the average" number of neurosurgeons doesnt say much. BUT a 4 year history of above average number of neurosurgeons at Georgetown is certainly significant. No matter how you slice it. I personally would like to study/meet other medical students who "want" to do neurosurgery. Personally the Medical Director of a clinic I work in has expressed some similar points as you but has gone in another direction completely. He has sat down with me and we have gone over the lists from schools I have been accepted to. I also have read this same debate (which you have posted on numerous occasions) by medical students and residents who disagree with you for reasons other then my own. eg, "A school that puts 40% of its student body into internal says something too" Which I also disagree with. But I contend, you can be sure that Georgetown does well for people interested in neurosugery and can expext, from the statistical relevence of the last four years, that they do better then average (by your own description of average) whatever the reason may be, or even have higher then average interest. As just one example of what can be discovered in the lists.


But more to the point.

POST MATCH LISTS. Because, not to be offensive, the point of this thread was not to discuss if we should or shouldnt read them, we are going to! We will, we have, and so on. There are a lot of other members here who would like them as well. And while I agree with certain points you have made I think some of your reasoning is flawed, atleast enough to warrant me to say.. No more hijacking.

Keep posting match lists.

More match lists. More! Thats what "this thread is for"
 
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Psychiatry - Tulane University SOM
Psychiatry - St. Lukes‐Roosevelt Hospital‐NY
Psychiatry - Harvard Longwood Psychiatry‐MA
Psychiatry - Harvard Longwood Psychiatry‐MA BOSTON MA
Psychiatry - NYU School Of Medicine‐NY
Psychiatry - Oregon Health & Science University‐OR
Psychiatry - Tulane University SOM
Psychiatry University - New Mexico SOM
Radiation‐Oncology - NYU School Of Medicine‐NY
Radiation‐Oncology - University Minnesota Medical School‐MN
Radiology‐Diagnostic- Baylor University Medical Center‐Dallas
Radiology‐Diagnostic- Mayo School of Grad Med Educ
Radiology - Diagnostic - Mayo School of Graduate Medical Educ‐FL
Radiology‐Diagnostic- Mt Sinai Medical Center
Radiology‐Diagnostic - Tulane University SOM
Radiology‐Diagnostic - Univ. Texas Southwestern Medical School‐Dallas‐TX
Radiology‐Diagnostic - University South Alabama Hospitals‐AL
Radiology‐Diagnostic- Stanford University Programs‐CA
Research Fellowship - Tulane University School of Public Health‐LA
Surgery Research - Tulane University SOM
Surgery‐Preliminary Geisinger Medical Center‐PA
Surgery‐Preliminary Tulane University SOM
Surgery‐Preliminary - Tulane University SOM
Surgery‐Preliminary University Alabama Medical Center‐AL
Surgery‐Preliminary University Hospitals of Cleveland‐OH
Urology Ochsner Clinic Foundation‐ LSU Program
Urology - Tulane University
Urology - Tulane University SOM
Urology University of Texas HSC‐Houston‐TX
 

MegaProjectile

10+ Year Member
Feb 10, 2009
912
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Medical Student

Ari1584

10+ Year Member
7+ Year Member
Mar 12, 2007
364
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Medical Student
anyone have the Rosalind Franklin match list? :)
 
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Medical Student
WashU's Match list is available =)

Grouped by specialty:

Anesthesiology New York University School of Medicine New York NY
Anesthesiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Anesthesiology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville TN
Anesthesiology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA
Anesthesiology University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Anesthesiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Dermatology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Dermatology University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Dermatology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Dermatology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Dermatology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville TN
Dermatology Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven CT
Diagnostic Radiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Diagnostic Radiology Northwestern McGaw Medical Center Chicago IL
Diagnostic Radiology San Antonio Military Medical Center Lackland AFB TX
Diagnostic Radiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Diagnostic Radiology University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Diagnostic Radiology Northwestern McGaw Medical Center Chicago IL
Diagnostic Radiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Diagnostic Radiology West Virginia University School of Medicine Morgantown WV
Diagnostic Radiology Stanford University Program Stanford CA
Diagnostic Radiology University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Diagnostic Radiology George Washington University Washington DC
Diagnostic Radiology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Emergency Medicine University of Virginia Charlottesville VA
Emergency Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Emergency Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Emergency Medicine Hennepin County Medical Center Minneapolis MN
Emergency Medicine New York University School of Medicine New York NY
Family Medicine Texas A&M College of Medicine Temple TX
General Surgery University of Alabama Medical Center Birmingham AL
General Surgery Indiana University School of Medicine Indianapolis IN
General Surgery Northwestern McGaw Medical Center Chicago IL
General Surgery New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Ctr New York NY
General Surgery Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Oregon Health & Science University Portland OR
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Ctr New York NY
Internal Medicine Brigham & Women's Hospital Boston MA
Internal Medicine St. Louis University School of Medicine St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston MA
Internal Medicine Harbor/UCLA Medical Center Torrance CA
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Loyola University Medical Center Chicago IL
Internal Medicine Stanford University Program Stanford CA
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Internal Medicine Baylor College of Medicine Houston TX
Internal Medicine University of California, San Diego Medical Center San Diego CA
Internal Medicine University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Internal Medicine University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Internal Medicine Oregon Health & Science University Portland OR
Internal Medicine University of Maryland Medical Center Baltimore MD
Neurological Surgery University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas TX
Neurology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Neurology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Neurology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA
Obstetrics and Gynecology University y of Colorado Denver CO
Obstetrics and Gynecology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Obstetrics and Gynecology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Obstetrics and Gynecology Duke University Medical Center Durham NC
Ophthalmology Rush University Medical Center Chicago IL
Ophthalmology University of California, San Francisco San Francisco CA
Ophthalmology Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis MO
Ophthalmology University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas TX
Ophthalmology University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Ophthalmology Oregon Health & Science University Portland OR
Ophthalmology University of Illinois Chicago IL
Orthopaedic Surgery Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Orthopaedic Surgery SAUSHEC-Brooke Army Medical Center Fort Sam Houston TX
Orthopaedic Surgery University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester NY
Orthopaedic Surgery New York University School of Medicine New York NY
Orthopaedic Surgery UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical Center Newark NJ
Orthopaedic Surgery University of North Carolina Chapel Hill NC
Orthopaedic Surgery Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Orthopaedic Surgery St. Louis University School of Medicine St. Louis MO
Orthopaedic Surgery University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester NY
Otolaryngology University of Minnesota Minneapolis MN
Otolaryngology UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical Center Newark NJ
Otolaryngology Albert Einstein/Montefiore Medical Center New York NY
Pathology University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester NY
Pathology University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Pathology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Pathology Brigham & Women's Hospital Boston MA
Pediatrics St. Louis Children's Hospital St. Louis MO
Pediatrics St. Louis Children's Hospital St. Louis MO
Pediatrics Stanford University Stanford CA
Pediatrics University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami FL
Pediatrics Boston Children's Hospital Boston MA
Pediatrics University of California, San Francisco San Francisco CA
Pediatrics St. Louis Children's Hospital St. Louis MO
Pediatrics New York University School of Medicine New York NY
Pediatrics University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas TX
Pediatrics/Child Neurology St. Louis Children's Hospital St. Louis MO
Pediatrics/Child Neurology University of Colorado School of Medicine Denver CO
Plastic Surgery University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Plastic Surgery University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Psychiatry University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Iowa City IA
Psychiatry University of Michigan Ann Arbor MI
Psychiatry Albert Einstein/Beth Israel Medical Center New York NY
Psychiatry Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Psychiatry University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals Seattle WA
Psychiatry Brown University Providence RI
Psychiatry UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience Los Angeles CA
Psychiatry University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Pittsburgh PA
Psychiatry University of Vermont/Fletcher Allen Health Care Burlington VT
Psychiatry University of New Mexico School of Medicine Albuquerque NM
Psychiatry Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
Transitional Year Henry Ford Health Science Center Detroit MI
Urology Barnes-Jewish Hospital St. Louis MO
More derm than EM and gen surg. WOW
 

bobsmith

10+ Year Member
Sep 15, 2008
3,499
19
251
Status
Anesthesiology University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals
Anesthesiology Stanford University Programs
Anesthesiology New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia
Anesthesiology Yale-New Haven Hospital

Dermatology University of California – San Francisco
Dermatology Yale-New Haven Hospital
Dermatology New York University School of Medicine

Diagnostic Radiology University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Diagnostic Radiology University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Diagnostic Radiology Duke University Medical Center
Diagnostic Radiology Bryn Mawr Hospital
Diagnostic Radiology New York University School of Medicine
Diagnostic Radiology Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Emergency Medicine Univ. of Rochester/Strong Memorial Hospital
Emergency Medicine Yale-New Haven Hospital
Emergency Medicine University of Michigan Hospital
Emergency Medicine University of North Carolina Hospitals
Emergency Medicine University of Southern California
Emergency Medicine University of California – San Francisco

Family Medicine University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
Family Medicine Virginia Commonwealth Univ./Shenandoah Valley

General Surgery Oregon Health & Science University Program
General Surgery Brigham and Women’s Hospital
General Surgery University of Nevada Affiliated Hospitals
General Surgery New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia

Cardiac Surgery University of Toronto

Internal Medicine Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital
Internal Medicine New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia
Internal Medicine Beth Israel Medical Center
Internal Medicine Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Internal Medicine Stanford University Programs
Internal Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital
Internal Medicine Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Internal Medicine Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine Yale-New Haven Hospital
Internal Medicine Mount Sinai Hospital

Internal/Emergency Med University of Maryland Medical Center

Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Massachusetts General Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Massachusetts General Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Hosp U of Pennsylvania
Internal Medicine/Primary Univ Washington Affiliated Hospitals
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Medicine / Pediatrics Johns Hopkins Hospital
Medicine / Pediatrics Johns Hopkins Hospital

Medicine/Primary-Prelim Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine/Primary-Prelim Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine/Primary-Prelim Yale-New Haven Hospital

Medicine-Preliminary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary UCLA-Olive View Program
Medicine-Preliminary Lankenau Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary Beth Israel Medical Center
Medicine-Preliminary Massachusetts General Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary S.U.N.Y. / Stony Brook University
Medicine-Preliminary Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary Hospital of Saint Raphael
Medicine-Preliminary Mount Sinai Hospital

Neurology University of California – San Francisco
Neurology Mass General Hosp/Brigham & Women's Hosp
Neurology Beth Israel Medical Center

Neurosurgery Brigham & Women’s/Children’s Hosp Boston
Neurosurgery University of California – San Francisco
Neurosurgery Yale-New Haven Hospital
Neurosurgery Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Neurosurgery University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals
Neurosurgery Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Neurosurgery University of Southern California
Neurosurgery Brigham & Women’s/Children’s Hosp Boston

Obstetrics and Gynecology McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern Univ.
Obstetrics and Gynecology University of Massachusetts Medical School
Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Obstetrics and Gynecology New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia
Obstetrics and Gynecology Stanford University Programs

Ophthalmology U Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Ophthalmology University of Colorado School of Medicine
Ophthalmology University of Southern California
Ophthalmology U Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Ophthalmology Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
Ophthalmology Yale-New Haven Hospital

Orthopaedic Surgery S.U.N.Y. Health Science Center
Orthopaedic Surgery Mass General Hosp/Harvard Combined Prog
Orthopaedic Surgery Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University
Orthopaedic Surgery Yale-New Haven Hospital

Otolaryngology NY Medical College / New York Eye & Ear Infirm.

Pathology Massachusetts General Hospital

Pediatrics Children's Hospital-Oakland Program
Pediatrics New York Presbyterian Hospital – Cornell
Pediatrics University of California – San Francisco
Pediatrics Johns Hopkins Hospital
Pediatrics Eastern Virginia Medical School Program
Pediatrics Stanford University Programs
Pediatrics Children’s Hospital of Boston
Pediatrics Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University

Plastic Surgery Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Plastic Surgery University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Plastic Surgery University of California – San Francisco

Psychiatry Massachusetts General Hospital
Psychiatry Harvard Longwood Training Program
Psychiatry Harvard Longwood Training Program
Psychiatry Harvard Longwood Training Program
Psychiatry Yale-New Haven Hospital
Psychiatry Massachusetts General Hospital
Psychiatry / Research UCLA Semel Institute

Radiation Oncology Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Radiation Oncology Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Radiation Oncology Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Radiation Oncology University of Chicago Medical Center
Radiation Oncology U Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Ctr

Surgery-Preliminary Beth Israel Medical Center
Surgery-Preliminary Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Surgery-Preliminary Beth Israel Medical Center
Surgery-Preliminary Yale-New Haven Hospital
Surgery-Preliminary University of California – San Francisco

Transitional Hospital of Saint Raphael
Transitional Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Transitional Albert Einstein Medical Center
Transitional Intermountain Medical Center
Transitional Intermountain Medical Center
Transitional Maimonides Medical Center
Transitional Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Transitional Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Transitional Tufts Medical Center
Transitional Hospital of Saint Raphael
Transitional Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Transitional Hospital of Saint Raphael

Postdoctoral Fellowship TBD
Immunology (Research) Columbia University
 

ApoK

10+ Year Member
Oct 1, 2008
581
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Anesthesiology University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals
Anesthesiology Stanford University Programs
Anesthesiology New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia
Anesthesiology Yale-New Haven Hospital

Dermatology University of California – San Francisco
Dermatology Yale-New Haven Hospital
Dermatology New York University School of Medicine

Diagnostic Radiology University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Diagnostic Radiology University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Diagnostic Radiology Duke University Medical Center
Diagnostic Radiology Bryn Mawr Hospital
Diagnostic Radiology New York University School of Medicine
Diagnostic Radiology Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Emergency Medicine Univ. of Rochester/Strong Memorial Hospital
Emergency Medicine Yale-New Haven Hospital
Emergency Medicine University of Michigan Hospital
Emergency Medicine University of North Carolina Hospitals
Emergency Medicine University of Southern California
Emergency Medicine University of California – San Francisco

Family Medicine University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
Family Medicine Virginia Commonwealth Univ./Shenandoah Valley

General Surgery Oregon Health & Science University Program
General Surgery Brigham and Women’s Hospital
General Surgery University of Nevada Affiliated Hospitals
General Surgery New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia

Cardiac Surgery University of Toronto

Internal Medicine Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine Temple University Hospital
Internal Medicine New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia
Internal Medicine Beth Israel Medical Center
Internal Medicine Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Internal Medicine Stanford University Programs
Internal Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital
Internal Medicine Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Internal Medicine Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine Yale-New Haven Hospital
Internal Medicine Mount Sinai Hospital

Internal/Emergency Med University of Maryland Medical Center

Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Massachusetts General Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Massachusetts General Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Hosp U of Pennsylvania
Internal Medicine/Primary Univ Washington Affiliated Hospitals
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Internal Medicine/Primary Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Medicine / Pediatrics Johns Hopkins Hospital
Medicine / Pediatrics Johns Hopkins Hospital

Medicine/Primary-Prelim Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine/Primary-Prelim Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine/Primary-Prelim Yale-New Haven Hospital

Medicine-Preliminary Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary UCLA-Olive View Program
Medicine-Preliminary Lankenau Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary Beth Israel Medical Center
Medicine-Preliminary Massachusetts General Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary S.U.N.Y. / Stony Brook University
Medicine-Preliminary Yale-New Haven Hospital
Medicine-Preliminary Hospital of Saint Raphael
Medicine-Preliminary Mount Sinai Hospital

Neurology University of California – San Francisco
Neurology Mass General Hosp/Brigham & Women's Hosp
Neurology Beth Israel Medical Center

Neurosurgery Brigham & Women’s/Children’s Hosp Boston
Neurosurgery University of California – San Francisco
Neurosurgery Yale-New Haven Hospital
Neurosurgery Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Neurosurgery University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals
Neurosurgery Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Neurosurgery University of Southern California
Neurosurgery Brigham & Women’s/Children’s Hosp Boston

Obstetrics and Gynecology McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern Univ.
Obstetrics and Gynecology University of Massachusetts Medical School
Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Obstetrics and Gynecology New York Presbyterian Hospital – Columbia
Obstetrics and Gynecology Stanford University Programs

Ophthalmology U Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Ophthalmology University of Colorado School of Medicine
Ophthalmology University of Southern California
Ophthalmology U Miami / Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Ophthalmology Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
Ophthalmology Yale-New Haven Hospital

Orthopaedic Surgery S.U.N.Y. Health Science Center
Orthopaedic Surgery Mass General Hosp/Harvard Combined Prog
Orthopaedic Surgery Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University
Orthopaedic Surgery Yale-New Haven Hospital

Otolaryngology NY Medical College / New York Eye & Ear Infirm.

Pathology Massachusetts General Hospital

Pediatrics Children's Hospital-Oakland Program
Pediatrics New York Presbyterian Hospital – Cornell
Pediatrics University of California – San Francisco
Pediatrics Johns Hopkins Hospital
Pediatrics Eastern Virginia Medical School Program
Pediatrics Stanford University Programs
Pediatrics Children’s Hospital of Boston
Pediatrics Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University

Plastic Surgery Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Plastic Surgery University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics
Plastic Surgery University of California – San Francisco

Psychiatry Massachusetts General Hospital
Psychiatry Harvard Longwood Training Program
Psychiatry Harvard Longwood Training Program
Psychiatry Harvard Longwood Training Program
Psychiatry Yale-New Haven Hospital
Psychiatry Massachusetts General Hospital
Psychiatry / Research UCLA Semel Institute

Radiation Oncology Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Radiation Oncology Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Radiation Oncology Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Radiation Oncology University of Chicago Medical Center
Radiation Oncology U Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Ctr

Surgery-Preliminary Beth Israel Medical Center
Surgery-Preliminary Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Surgery-Preliminary Beth Israel Medical Center
Surgery-Preliminary Yale-New Haven Hospital
Surgery-Preliminary University of California – San Francisco

Transitional Hospital of Saint Raphael
Transitional Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Transitional Albert Einstein Medical Center
Transitional Intermountain Medical Center
Transitional Intermountain Medical Center
Transitional Maimonides Medical Center
Transitional Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Transitional Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Transitional Tufts Medical Center
Transitional Hospital of Saint Raphael
Transitional Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Transitional Hospital of Saint Raphael

Postdoctoral Fellowship TBD
Immunology (Research) Columbia University
Really impressive. No matter how you look at it.
 

followyourbliss

10+ Year Member
Apr 8, 2008
3
0
0
Status
Medical Student
NYMC MATCH LIST 2010 - New York Medical College

Family Practice Total 3
Pediatrics/Child Psychiatry Total 1
Pediatrics Total 20
Internal Medicine Total 40
Neurology Total 4
Ophthalmology Total 5
Psychiatry Total 10
Ob/Gyn Total 8
Surgery - General Total 16
Surgery - Neurosurgery Total 1
Surgery - Ortho Surgery Total 10
Surgery - Otorhinolaryngology Total 3

Pathology Total 1
Emergency Medicine Total 18
Anesthesiology Total 17

Physical Medicine & Rehab Total 4
Radiology - Diagnostic Total 28

Family Practice
Stamford Hospital
Oregon Health & Science Uni
Carl R. Darnall Army Med

Family Practice Total 3

Pediatrics/Child Psychiatry
Rhode Island Hospital

Pediatrics/Child Psychiatry Total 1

Pediatrics
Univ. of So. Florida Coll
The New York Hosp. Cornell
Univ. Hlth. Ctr. of Pitts
North Shore-LIJ Health Sys
U.W. Hospital and Clinics
Childrens Memorial Hospital
Childrens Hosp. of Phil
UMDNJ-Robert W. Johnson M
Stony Brook Teaching Hosp
N.Y.U. Medical Center
Montefiore/Einstein Affil

Pediatrics Total 20

Internal Medicine
Cedars-Sinai Medical Cent
CA Pacific Med. Ctr.
Yale Univ Sch of Med
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Univ. of So. Florida Coll
Univ. of Chicago Hospital
The Johns Hopkins Hospita
Beth Israel Deaconess Med
Boston Univ Med Ctr
SUNY HSC Brooklyn-NY
Beth Israel Medical Cente
The New York Hosp. Cornel
Univ. Hosp. of Cleveland
Oregon Health & Science U
Rhode Island Hospital
North Shore-LIJ Health Sy
Univ North Carolina Sch o
U.C.L.A. Medical Center
St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hosp.
UMDNJ-Robert W. Johnson M
Montefiore/Einstein Affil
Walter Reed Army Med Ctr

Internal Medicine Total 40

Neurology
U Colorado SOM-Denver
U Southern California
NYP Hosp-Columbia Univ Me
Boston Univ Med Ctr-MA

Neurology Total 4

Ophthalmology
New York Medical College - 2
New York Eye & Ear Infirm
Stroger/Cook Cty-Chicag0
Mayo Clinic

Ophthalmology Total 5

Psychiatry
Univ. of CA-San Francisco
Beth Israel Medical Cente
The New York Hosp. Cornel
U Rochester/Strong Memori
Hosp. of The Univ. of PA
St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hosp.
Stony Brook Teaching Hosp
Montefiore/Einstein Affil
Univ of Hawaii
Naval Medical Center - Sa

Psychiatry Total 10

Ob/Gyn
Metropolitan Hosp Ctr-NYM C- 2
Temple University Hospita
Univ. of Washington Med C
Stony Brook Teaching Hosp
Montefiore/Einstein Affil
NCC-Walter Reed Army Med

Ob/Gyn Total 8



Surgery - General
Cedars-Sinai Medical Cent
USC Med Center
Tufts Medical Center
Brookdale Hospital Med. C
Nassau County Medical Cen
Beth Israel Medical Cente
North Shore-LIJ Health Sy
Virginia Mason Hosp.
Stanford Affiliated Hospi
St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hosp.
UMDNJ-Robert W. Johnson M
Univ. of Massachusetts Co
Montefiore/Einstein Affil
Univ of Hawaii
Univ of Pennsylvania Hlth

Surgery - General Total 16

Surgery - Neurosurgery
NY Med. Coll. - West. Co.

Surgery - Neurosurgery Total 1

Surgery-Ortho Surgery
Univ. of Connecticut Hlth
St. Josephs Hosp. & Med.
Maimonides Medical Center
The Mount Sinai Hospital
Long Island Jewish Med. C
St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hosp.
NY Med. Coll. - West. Co.
Montefiore/Einstein Affil - 2
Naval Med Ctr Portsmouth

Surgery - Ortho Surgery Total 10

Surg - Otorhinolaryngology
New York Eye and Ear Infi
UVM/Fletcher Allen
Walter Reed Army Med Ctr


Surg - Otorhinolaryngology Total 3

Pathology
U.C.L.A. Medical Center

Pathology Total 1

Emergency Medicine
Harbor-UCLA Med Ctr
Synergy Med Edu Alliance
Albany Medical College
Brooklyn Hospital Ctr
SUNY HSC Brooklyn-NY 2
The Methodist Hospital
North Shore University Ho 2
The Mount Sinai Hospital
Univ. of Cincinnati Hospi
Univ. of Virginia
NY Hosp/Med Ctr Queens
Wright Patterson AFB
Univ. of Massachusetts Co
SUNY at Buffalo Grad. Med
Einstein/Jacobi Med. Ctr

Emergency Medicine Total 18

Anesthesiology
U Southern California
Cedars-Sinai Medical Cent
UC Davis Med Ctr-CA
UC San Francisco-CA
Univ. of CA-Irvine Medica
Univ. of CA-San Francisc
Yale-New Haven Hosp-CT
UPMC Mercy Hospital-PA
Tufts Medical Center-MA
Univ. of Virginia
Westchester Med Ctr-NY
Univ. of Washington Med C
U Southern California
Stony Brook Teaching Hosp
Westchester Med Ctr-NY

Anesthesiology Total 17



Physical Medicine & Rehab
UMDNJ-New Jersey Med-Newa
UCLA/VA Greater LA Hlth Sys-CA
NYP Hosp-Columbia & Corne
NYU School Of Medicine

Physical Medicine & Rehab Total 4

Radiology - Diagnostic
UC Irvine Med Ctr-CA
Yale-New Haven Hosp-CT - 2
Boston Univ Med Ctr-MA
U Massachusetts Med School
Long Island Jewish Med Ct
UC Davis Med Ctr-CA - 2
Westchester Med Ctr-NY
Morristown Mem Hosp-NJ
Maimonides Med Ctr-NY
SUNY Upstate Med Universi
Lenox Hill Hospital-NY - 5,3
Brigham & Womens Hosp-MA - 2
Allegheny Gen Hosp-PA
Advocate IL Masonic Med C
Bronx Lebanon Hosp-NYMC - 4
Long Island Jewish Med Ct

Radiology - Diagnostic Total 28
 
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