How To Apply


Applicants must currently be U.S. citizens, be classified as resident aliens, or hold a J-1 or H-1B visa. Program eligibility requires a minimum of three years of medical training in the United States, of which at least two years should be a residency in internal medicine. At the time you begin your fellowship, you must be board certified or board eligible in internal medicine.

This year the Rush University Medical Center Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program will be using ERAS only. Please see the attached Fellowship Applicant Information Sheet. This will direct you to the ERAS Fellowships Document Office (EFDO) who will issue the electronic Token that applicants will need to get started in the process. Applicants can use that electronic Token to access the MyERAS website now, if they wish, and start working on their on-line application. (However, they will not be able to transmit that application to the program until December 1. Between now and then, they can complete their application, work on their personal goals statement, and arrange for their supporting documents to be sent to the EFDO for electronic transmittal.)