Medical students participating in the residency Match were able once again to gather in-person to share their results.
The School of Medicine event scheduled for March 20 at the HUB has been canceled in consideration of community safety.
Months of anticipation culminate at medical schools on Match Day with details of graduate placements
Today at exactly 9 a.m. in Seattle, fourth-year med students joined their peers across the country in learning which residency programs will be their training sites for the next three to seven years.
Graduating students from the UW School of Medicine joined their peers across the U.S. in the annual rite of the National Residency Matching Program.
Graduating medical students around the country discovered today, March 17, where they’ll spend the next three to seven years as residents.
It’s a scene straight out of Harry Potter: Nervous students await their fate during an annual ritual.
On Match Day 2016, Friday, March 18, graduating medical students across the nation will simultaneously learn where they will be receiving their residency training.
The phrase ‘finding a match’ typically evokes the complicated world of dating. For graduating medical students across the country, matching means building a career and finding an academic home in a residency training program.
Sixty percent of the 2015 University of Washington School of Medicine graduating class will enter primary- care residencies this fall.