CSTP Application Information
Who We are Looking For
Individuals with exceptional qualifications who share a common mission and philosophy, who will focus their research efforts on questions that have the potential for great clinical benefit, and who are seeking to become an independent clinician-scientist are invited to apply. Stanford Otolaryngology especially encourages applications from African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, and other candidates from under-represented minority groups.
Application Materials for CSTP Research Track
For the CSTP residency research track (7 year program), applicants do not need to submit any additional materials. Simply select this track on ERAS to apply.
Post-residency research track (2 year program) will be offered to all applicants of our clinical fellowships focusing on (but not limited to) neurotology and pediatric otolaryngology. The standard National Match Process guidelines will be followed. If the trainee wants both research and clinical fellowship training, the order of the training will be agreed on mutually in discussions between the program director, fellowship director, and the trainee.
The application should include the following, and be submitted directly to Amy Dao:
- PDFs of research papers applicant has published.
- One page statement of purpose discussing long-term goals as a clinician-scientist.
- One page statement regarding Stanford research laboratories they are interested in and why.
Jan January 14 - 15 Tue-Wed 2020
2020 Residency Interviews will take place on Tuesday, January 14 and Wednesday, January 15, 2020.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do you have a cut-off for USMLE scores?
A: We require that you have a passing USMLE score, but we do not have a minimum passing score cut-off. However, most of our applicants’ scores are above-average.
Q: Where can I get more information about residency policies?
A: Our Residency Handbook describes the program and its policies in minute detail.
Q: How do I find out more about research opportunities in residency?
A: Please visit the clinician-scientist track page.