Weill Cornell Medical College Internal Medicine

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Weill Cornell Medical College Internal Medicine
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Specialty Medicine
Hospital affiliation(s)
New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell Medical Center
Academic affiliation
Weill Cornell Medical College
Established 1997
Director Kyu Rhee MD PhD
Director email
kyr9001@med.cornell.edu
Associate director
Andrew Schafer MD
Associate director email
ais2007@med.cornell.edu
Administrator
Margie Daly
Administrator email
mmd2003@med.cornell.edu
Program email
NYPCornell-IMResidency@med.cornell.edu
Current trainees
23
Trainees per year
5
Location New York, New York, United States of America
Website IM Research Pathway Information, Supplemental Application
Telephone 212-746-4749
NRMP Number
1492140C1

Program Description

The Medical Research Track Residency Program is an established residency program within the Weill Department of Medicine that aims to recruit and train the next generation of leading physician-scientists. The curriculum provides rigorous training in clinical medicine and allows trainees to reach subspecialty training by their third year (PGY3). Individuals who match into this program are also matched into the fellowship program of interest within our Department. As a "fast track" or research pathway resident, the full training commitment includes an additional two years to be added at the end of subspecialty clinical training for the sole purpose of research and establishing an academic career. 

Program Information

Program Highlights

  • Length of Program: as per ABIM research pathway
  • Overall Size: 44 / Per Year
  • Research Track Size: 5 /Per Year
  • Separate NRMP Code for Research Pathway: Yes
  • Research Opportunities: Campus Wide Tri-Institutional Community of Weill Cornell Medical College, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Rockefeller University
  • Career Development Opportunities: Personalized scientific and professional mentorship, physician-scientist peer-group forums (work-in-progress, career development, etc), grant writing/funding opportunities, additional funds for conferences, etc

Outcomes

  • Job Placement: (90 percent in academic medicine and/or comparable leadership positions)
  • Funding success: (>85 percent success rate with NIH K series or comparable career development awards during training program)

Contact Information

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