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Does anybody have updated match lists for IM programs? Some of them haven't updated their websites, and I really didn't want to bother the PCs with another match list email. I thought we could combine our forces and save countless emails to the PCs.
I think my program is two or three years behind on posting updates on where people went. Not because we hide it, but simply because they take forever to update the website. I doubt many programs are really conspiring.It will depend.
If a top tier program ordinarily matches great but this year they "haven't gotten around to posting the match list yet" and it's the end of January, you may have to wonder.
The mid-tiers etc. will probably vary. Some always post their results, and some probably never do. When in doubt, ask the residents you meet at the interview. If you have one of their email addresses and it's mid-January and you're getting antsy, you can always slip it into an email to that resident under the guise of "I have several questions for you if you don't mind because Program X definitely stood out to me and is among my top choices right now..."
I may be missing one or 2 but there you go from this most recent helping
UTSW X 4
UT San Antonio
Wash U X 2
the Ohio State
UTSW X 2
UCSF X 2
Anyone have Vanderbilt's match list from this year?
Why I want to see match lists? Personally its just to get a sense of where their residents go. Whether its due to the applicant or the residency program....I don't know....but the fellowship outcomes could serve as a surrogate marker of their program's clinical and research strengths.
I go a little beyond that and independently look at whether or not faculty research interests match my own, how productive they are, and a couple other things, but honestly seeing their match lists just help with the process.
University of Washington
This years match:How about BIDMC? There doesn't seem to be a recent match list anywhere.
http://gme.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/im/fellowship_career_advancement.htmlDoes anyone have Dartmouth's match list?
geez no need to be so sarcastic. I have no doubt that ucsf residents match extremely well but i posted the question out of curiosity and not doubt.After program directors realized that UCSF was ranked #4 on the US news IM program rankings, they began refusing to match UCSF graduates. The only people who matched were the chiefs and instead of cardiology and GI as they had wanted, one matched to endocrinology in South Dakota and the other scrambled into a geriatrics spot in Northwest Idaho. The rest of the IM residents didn't match anywhere.. Sorry be the bearer of bad news.
UCSF...for the overly curious
Cardiology: Duke, Cedars Sinai x2, UCLAx2, Northwestern, UoC, Stanfordx2, UCSF, CUMC, Mount Sinai, WUSTL
GI: UCSF, Mount Sinai
Heme/Onc: UCSFx3, Stanfordx2, Penn, Uwash, Dana Farber, MSK
ID: UCSFx2, Hopkins, Stanford
Pulm/CC: UCSFx2, Coloradox2, Uwash
Palliative Care: UCSF