Fellowship Application Procedure
The program in Cardiovascular Medicine maintains six fellowship positions each year. We are active participants in the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) selection process. Some positions are allocated to individuals who wish to focus their investigative experience on Molecular and Cellular Cardiology and some to those with a focus on Pharmacologic, Physiologic, or Clinical Cardiology investigation. Please indicate your intended focus, prior investigative experience, and research areas that are of interest to you in the narrative statement. Please indicate, in your narrative, if you have any investigative affinity with particular faculty members. Please review the list of Cardiovascular Medicine Division faculty research activities.
Applications will undergo a preliminary review as they are completed beginning in January. Interview dates will be scheduled between March and May. The Stanford Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship Program is committed to increasing representation of women and minority groups, and encourages applications from such candidates.
Please contact ERAS, Electronic Residency Application Service, to apply to the program. We are no longer accepting paper applications.
ERAS Fellowships Document Office
P.O. Box 13687
Philadelphia, PA 19101-0687
Email the following supplemental documents to Terra Coakley:
We require the following supporting documents to be submitted via ERAS program:
- Personal statement
- USMLE Scores
- Current CV
- Three (3) letters of recommendation, including one from your current program director.
The University does NOT sponsor H-1B, or J-1 visas for general cardiologyclinical fellowship training.
Deadline for completed applications - August 01, 2018
Submit your application through ERAS, Electronic Residency Application Service. No paper applications accepted.
Interviews: September and October 2018
Interviews will be held between September and October 2018.
Nov November 14 Wed 2018
Ranking of candidates submitted to National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).
Dec December 03 Mon 2018
Results of match announced.
Jul July 01 Mon 2019
California law requires that all fellows hold a state license (or exemption from licensure for graduates of foreign medical schools outside Canada or U.S. Territories.) Those who do not have such a license must take an examination following commencement, or obtain licensure by reciprocity with National boards or another state within one year of initiating training.
California's minimum requirements are: Each applicant for licensure shall document completion of "an allopathic medical curriculum in a medical school or schools which extended over a period of at least four (4) academic years totaling at least thirty-six (36) months of clinical rotations, including all core clinical rotations." For further information write:
We appreciate your interest in our program. If you have any further questions, please contact our fellowship coordinator Laura Dodera by phone at (650) 725-4177 or by e-mail at CVMedFellowship@stanford.edu.
California Board of Medical Quality Assurance
1430 Howe Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95825