The Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship Program utilizes the Association of American Medical Colleges' Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and participants in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). Post-residency applications must be submitted through ERAS. Paper applications will not be accepted.
To register with ERAS and review information regarding application procedures, requirements, and deadlines, please visit the ERAS website.
Please visit the NRMP for details regarding the match process and registration information.
Fellowship Program Coordinator
750 Welch Rd., Suite 315
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Phone: (650) 723-5711
The application, interview, and acceptance process for 2016 fellowships followed the outline below and has concluded. Our 2016 Developmental-Behavioral Pediatric Fellows will be announced soon and will begin training on July 1, 2016. For those interested in applying for our 2017 fellowships, please check back later this year for more information.
|Time of Year||Step in Application Process|
|July 1, 2016||Applicants begin uploading applications|
|July 15, 2016||Programs begin downloading applications|
|August-October 2016||Applicants interview with fellowship programs
|September 28, 2016||Match opens|
|October 26, 2016||Rank Order List entry opens|
|November 30, 2016||Rank Order List certification deadline|
|December 14, 2016||Match Day|
|July 1, 2017||Fellowship Program Begins|
Required Documentation to be Submitted via ERAS
Please submit a completed ERAS application, which includes the following documentation
- Medical School Transcript (certified English translation if from foreign institution)
- Three letters of recommendation (more than three is optional)
- Personal Statement
- Current CV
- USMLE transcript with scores to date
- MSPE/Dean's Letter (Required for U.S. medical schools; provide if available for foreign medical schools)
- Photograph for ERAS system (optional)
Out-of-State and Out-of-Country Scholars
All applicants must have completed their residency from an ACGME-accredited program in either the U.S. or Canada. The Division of Neonatal and Developmental Medicine welcomes out-of-state and out-of-country scholars; however, we do not provide advice or support for becoming legally able to practice medicine in the state of California. All post-residency fellows must have a California Medical License prior to beginning their fellowship. The post-residency fellowship program can accept applicants on J1 Visas but does not sponsor international medical school graduates on H1B Visas. Please visit the following web sites for more information: