College of Medicine and Life Sciences - MD Programs

Match Day 2006

The following statistics are based on 140 graduating seniors who are entering residency training programs in 2006. These positions have been obtained through several matching programs.

 

 97% initially matched through the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP) and US Military Match, with 99% match rate to date.

Anesthesiology

12

Obstetrics & Gynecology

13

Dermatology

0

Ophthalmology

3

Emergency Medicine

13

Orthopaedic Surgery

4

*Family Medicine - Categorical

13

Otolaryngology

0

General Surgery - Categorical

8

Pathology - Atomic & Clinical

4

General Surgery - Preliminary

5

*Pediatrics

21

*Internal Medicine - Categorical

27

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

1

Internal Medicine - Preliminary

0

Psychiatry

3

*Internal Medicine/Pediatrics

0

Radiology/Diagnostic

7

Neurological Surgery

1

Transitional Year

1

Neurology

3

 Urology  1

*Students entering Primary Care:

61(44%)

Students entering other Specialties:

79(56%)

   
Number who will train at University Medical Center at UT:

13(9%)

Number who will train in other Toledo area programs:

3 (2%)

Total number who will train in Ohio:

 53 (38%)

Total number who will train out of state:

87(62%)

   
Total number of states where students will train:

24


Most popular states outside of Ohio: Michigan (13); North Carolina (10); California (8); Illinois (8), Pennsylvania (8)

Examples of competitive academic programs where MUO students matched:
Brown University

Pennsylvania State University

University of Utah
Cornell University

University of California San Francisco

University of Virginia
Duke University Medical Center University of Michigan Wake Forest
Emory University University of North Carolina Washington University
Indiana University University of Pennsylvania Yale New Haven Medical Center
John Hopkins University University of Rochester
Mayo Clinic University of Southern California
Northwestern University University of Texas

Last Updated: 3/22/15