We have five General (3-year) clinical fellowship positions, which are filled through the National Resident Match Program only. We are participating in the ERAS application system and do not accept paper applications. Our application deadline is August 31th, 2019. If you are selected for an invitation to interview, you will be notified through the ERAS communication system.
This year our interviews will be conducted in September. If you receive our invitation to interview there will be designated interview dates that applicants may choose from the ERAS self-scheduling calendar. We encourage you to respond promptly as these interviews slots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Interviews will be held on:
Thursday, September 5th
Friday, September 6th
Monday, September 9th
Tuesday, September 10th
Wednesday, September 18th
Thursday, September 19th
Tuesday, September 24th
Thursday, September 26th
We require the following attachments to
complete your application:
1. Completed application on the ERAS application system
2. Personal statement- provide a brief description of your career plans and goals for fellowship
3. Updated Curriculum Vitae
4. Current copies of ECFMG certificates, if applicable. Visa information will be requested if needed
5. A minimum of three letters of reference by designated references on the application form
6. USMLE scores- Part I, II, and III and documentation
Only US citizens/permanent residents and those on J-1 visas sponsored by the ECFMG are considered for clinical training. The institution does not sponsor H-1 visas and we cannot accept applicants with “pending permanent residency” status. If a J-1 visa holder, the applicant must have adequate time to complete fellowship prior to losing J-1 visa status.
For additional information, inquiries should
be sent to the Fellowship Coordinator:
Stony Brook University Medical Center
Stony Brook, NY 11794-8167
Stony Brook University is situated on an 1,039 acre site (see campus maps) on the north shore of Long Island in southeastern New York. We are approximately 60 miles east of New York City.
From New York City, take the Long Island Expressway (LIE, I-495) eastbound from the Queens Midtown Tunnel in Manhattan or the Throgs Neck Bridge or Whitestone Bridge in Queens to exit 62, and follow Nicolls Road (Route 97) north for 9 miles. The main entrance to the University is on the left. To find the campus via GPS, enter the address “100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook, NY 11790.”
Take the Long Island Railroad’s Port Jefferson line from Penn Station in Manhattan to Stony Brook. The LIRR station is at the north end of the campus; bus service to the central campus is provided. Trains to and from Penn generally require transfers at Jamaica or Huntington. Hicksville is also a transfer point on some lines. Find schedule and fare information here.
7Bus provides round-trip, seven-days-a-week transport between the Stony Brook campus and the Lower East Side of Manhattan and Rego Park, Queens. For more information, visit the 7Bus website.
Car ferries cross Long Island Sound at Bridgeport, Connecticut to Port Jefferson, Long Island. Take Route 25A west to Nicolls Road, and turn left on Nicolls. The University entrances are the first three intersections you come to. From New London, Connecticut to Orient Point, Long Island, take Route 25A west to Nicolls Road and proceed as above.
Long Island’s Islip-MacArthur Airport is 16 miles from the campus and is serviced by direct flights by major airlines and commuter lines.
New York City Area Airports (JFK, LaGuardia and Newark) are 50 miles to the west. From Kennedy Airport, you may take the AirTrain to Jamaica Station and transfer to the LIRR for the train to Stony Brook (Port Jefferson line).
Driving directions to Stony Brook University from Islip-MacArthur Airport: Exit the airport and turn left onto Veterans Memorial Highway (Route 454 West). Merge onto Sunrise Highway (Route 27) and take the second exit onto Nicolls Road. Drive north for 12 miles. The main entrance to the University is on the left.