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Admissions Information and Important Dates

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Each year we offer three slots in our traditional ID track and two slots in our Baylor-MD Anderson Cancer Center immunocompromised ID track. Program information (ID: 146-48-21-070) is available at FREIDA Online.

In some years, we also offer one training position in a combined adult-pediatric ID track. This track is jointly administered by our program and the Pediatric Infectious Diseases fellowship program.

Applicants to our program should complete and submit an application for fellowship through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), which can be found via the ERAS website. You will also need to register with the National Resident Match Program for the match, as our program participates in the NRMP and applicants are required to complete the match process. For more information, please visit the NRMP website.

Note: We support J-1 visas for candidates who have that need. We are unable to support H-1B visas.
 

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Important Dates 2020-2021
Application Submission Opens July 1, 2020
Selection for Interviews August - September 2020    
Virtual Interviews September - October 2020
Rank Order List Due Nov. 18, 2020