It’s A Match: 2017 IM Residents Accepted at Top Fellowship Programs Around the Country

The 2017 class of internal medicine residents learned their fellowship match results this month, and the results were impressive. According to DOM Education’s Terry Bennett, most of the residents were accepted at their first-choice programs. Of the 23 residents who applied to fellowship programs, five have been accepted to fellowship programs in cardiology; four each to Gastroenterology and Hematology-Oncology programs; three each to Endocrinology and Pulmonary/Critical Care 2016 Residents Match - compressedMedicine programs; and one each to programs in General Medicine, Geriatrics, Infectious Diseases and Rheumatology. The geographic spread of the fellowship match is shown at right.

DOM’s residents were accepted at many top-tier institutions, including seven to programs in the Department of Medicine here at UVA. Others include Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Boston; Johns Hopkins University; the National Institutes of Health; the University of Pennsylvania; UNC Chapel Hill and Wake Forest University; Emory University; University of Michigan at Ann Arbor; Cleveland Clinic; and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and the Texas Heart Institute.

Congratulations to our residents, and to all who worked on this year’s match effort. Here is the match list:

Sumit AgarwalGeneral MedicineBrigham and Women's
Chelsey BaldwinEndocrinologyNYU
Andrew BarrosPulmonary & Critical CareUVA
George BlackCardiologyEmory
Ross BuerleinGastroenterologyUVA
Sean FortierPulmonary & Critical CareMichigan
Joshua HedrickRheumatologyCleveland Clinic
Eric HollandCardiologyUNC
Emily HughesHematology/OncologyWake Forest
Bryan LawlorCardiologyUTSW
Peter LiuInfectious DiseasesU Penn
Kaitlin LoveEndocrinologyUVA
Erin McLoughlinHematology/OncologyUVA
Michael MillardCardiologyTexas Heart
Natalie MoraEndocrinologyNIH
Zachary PawlikowskiPulmonary & Critical CareMichigan
Daniel ReedHematology/OncologyUVA
Joshua ReussHematology/OncologyJohns Hopkins
Annie SmithGeriatricsBaylor
Daniel SteinGastroenterologyBeth Israel
Patty WangGastroenterologyWake Forest
Javelle WynterGastroenterologyUVA
David ZhuoCardiologyUVA

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