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Emory U
State: Georgia
Freida: 420-12-21-052
Positions: 14
Years: 4
Average USMLE Step 1 Score of interviewed applicants: 2
Average USMLE Step 2 Score of interviewed applicants: 260
Percentage of applicants offered interviews who were AOA: 0%

Applied, Received Interview:
00099, University of Kansas, Step 1: 262, Step 2: 269, AOA
00106, Anonymous, Step 1: 252, Step 2: 236, AOA
00107, University of South Alabama, Step 1: 249, Step 2: 246, AOA
00126, SUNY Buffalo, Step 1: 234, Step 2: 236
00135, University of Texas, Houston, Step 1: 255, AOA
00168, Wake Forest University, Step 1: 255, Step 2: 273, AOA
00184, Anonymous, Step 1: 252, Step 2: 241
00191, Anonymous, Step 1: 254, Step 2: 265
00199, Anonymous, Step 1: 249, Step 2: 260, AOA
00205, Anonymous, Step 1: 255, AOA
00213, University of South Alabama, Step 1: 237, Step 2: 234, AOA
00230, Baylor College, Step 1: 255
00234, Anonymous, Step 1: 255, Step 2: 269, AOA
00242, Anonymous, Step 1: 224, Step 2: 254
00243, Anonymous, Step 1: 257, Step 2: 240, AOA
00257, University of Oklahoma, Step 1: 262, Step 2: 273, AOA
00308, Anonymous, Step 1: 251, Step 2: 274, AOA
00318, Medical College of Georgia, Step 1: 255, Step 2: 263, AOA
00321, Baylor College, Step 1: 265, Step 2: 273, AOA
00339, Anonymous, Step 1: 260
00346, Anonymous, Step 1: 261, Step 2: 258, AOA
00370, Anonymous, Step 1: 259, Step 2: 270, AOA
00373, Anonymous, Step 1: 239, Step 2: 249, AOA
00388, Medical College of Georgia, Step 1: 251, Step 2: 252, AOA
00411, Anonymous, Step 1: 238, Step 2: 245
00430, Washington University in St. Louis, Step 1: 266
00446, Anonymous, Step 1: 238, Step 2: 251, AOA
00447, University of Iowa, Step 1: 247, Step 2: 249, AOA
00466, University of Arizona, Step 1: 253, Step 2: 272, AOA
00471, Anonymous, Step 1: 213, Step 2: 259
00478, Anonymous, Step 1: 244, Step 2: 246, AOA
00489, Anonymous, Step 1: 244
00500, Northwestern University, Step 1: 258, AOA
00504, Anonymous, Step 1: 258, Step 2: 260, AOA
00509, University of Wisconsin, Step 1: 236, Step 2: 257, AOA
00512, Anonymous, Step 1: 273, Step 2: 264, AOA
00522, Anonymous, Step 1: 252, Step 2: 254, AOA
00524, University of North Carolina, Step 1: 263, Step 2: 278, AOA
00532, Anonymous, Step 1: 243
00547, University of Florida, Step 1: 262, Step 2: 266, AOA
00549, Indiana University, Step 1: 250, Step 2: 260, AOA
00559, Case Western Reserve University, Step 1: 254, Step 2: 262
00560, Anonymous, Step 1: 248, Step 2: 256, AOA
00561, University of California, San Diego, Step 1: 273, Step 2: 279
00563, Anonymous, Step 1: 258, Step 2: 269, AOA
00565, University of Michigan, Step 1: 254, Step 2: 263
00570, Anonymous, Step 1: 260, Step 2: 257
00571, Vanderbilt University, Step 1: 257
00572, Anonymous, Step 1: 246, Step 2: 259, AOA
00574, Rosalind Franklin University, Step 1: 244, Step 2: 258, AOA

Applied, No Interview:
00076, Anonymous, Step 1: 228, Step 2: 253
00078, George Washington University, Step 1: 224, Step 2: 238, AOA
00090, Anonymous, Step 1: 254, Step 2: 249
00094, Anonymous, Step 1: 246, Step 2: 238
00102, Anonymous, Step 1: 243, Step 2: 245
00110, Anonymous, Step 1: 225
00111, Anonymous, Step 1: 251, Step 2: 243
00113, Anonymous, Step 1: 244, Step 2: 267
00118, Anonymous, Step 1: 240, Step 2: 240
00124, , Step 1: 244, Step 2: 231
00125, Anonymous, Step 1: 251
00129, Louisiana State University, Shreveport, Step 1: 243, Step 2: 265, AOA
00137, Tulane University, Step 1: 228, Step 2: 246
00165, Anonymous, Step 1: 255, Step 2: 261, AOA
00183, Case Western Reserve University, Step 1: 244, Step 2: 244, AOA
00235, Rosalind Franklin University, Step 1: 231, Step 2: 210
00236, Anonymous, Step 1: 251, Step 2: 255
00252, , Step 1: 246, Step 2: 235
00254, Anonymous, Step 1: 205, Step 2: 229
00311, University of Kentucky, Step 1: 231
00316, Anonymous, Step 1: 265
00319, University of New England, Step 1: 244
00320, University of Arizona, Step 1: 223, Step 2: 228
00322, Rush Medical College, Step 1: 253
00325, University of Cincinnati, Step 1: 248
00331, Morehouse School of Medicine, Step 1: 250, Step 2: 240
00332, University of Miami, Step 1: 255
00333, Anonymous, Step 1: 253
00336, University of California, Irvine, Step 1: 259
00338, University of Texas, Houston, Step 1: 263, AOA
00341, SUNY Buffalo, Step 1: 240
00348, University of Tennessee, Step 1: 258, AOA
00350, Philadelphia College - Atlanta, Step 1: 241
00352, Anonymous, Step 1: 233, Step 2: 253, AOA
00387, University of North Texas, Step 1: 254
00418, University of Texas, San Antonio, Step 1: 236, Step 2: 246
00448, University of Nebraska, Step 1: 231, Step 2: 244
00453, University of Toledo, Step 1: 212, Step 2: 234
00458, UMDNJ - Osteopathic Medicine, Step 1: 245
00459, Medical College of Georgia, Step 1: 238, Step 2: 229
00460, University of Kansas, Step 1: 239, Step 2: 241
00461, , Step 1: 246, Step 2: 260
00470, Georgetown University, Step 1: 255
00472, Anonymous, Step 1: 235, Step 2: 252
00474, Anonymous, Step 1: 241, Step 2: 258
00505, Anonymous, Step 1: 240, Step 2: 244
00508, Anonymous, Step 1: 248, Step 2: 242
00529, Anonymous, Step 1: 253, Step 2: 266
00531, Louisiana State University, Shreveport, Step 1: 231, Step 2: 242
00535, Anonymous, Step 1: 239

Interview Experiences
Excellent. Very friendly, welcoming.
Most laid back residents in country, everyone seems very happy. Ranked #1
Ranked #2
Great day. I feel they are trying to increase resident research.
Very well-coordinated.
Relaxed interview day, everone was very kind
The experience was pretty laid-back. We had 4 interviews, 3 faculty and 1 chief-resident. Mostly they were typical, getting to know you, but 1 faculty member actually asked questions like 'what is the next big innovation in radiology' and 'tell me about a
People were pretty friendly. Residents were helpful. Kind of a long day with the tour of Grady. You're responsible for getting to Grady yourself. Was a little intimidating since it's not in the best part of town.
Interviewed with Kevin from The Office's dad! Long day with a tour of Grady, but it's important to see what Grady is like, aka pretty run down facilities but a gem in terms of pathology seen.
Well organized (for the most part) with good food. Opportunities to talk with residents. Big program with alot of hospitals - thus exposure to alot of diverse pathology
There was a dinner, but I couldn't attend Received a phone call in January on a Friday night to schedule an interview 7:30AM-2:00 after lunch you go to Grady to take a tour it is about 20 minutes away they provide a shuttle, I decided to drive because G
Wonderful program. Ranked #2, considered for #1. Dinner with residents night prior. Interviews well-organized, go to county hospital at end of day - takes some extra time but you need to see it. Very large program - 16/year.
Decent Panera breakfast. Pretty terrible tour of the hospital showed us every reading room
So hard to decide...this ended up my number 2 but I was really torn.
Laid back, large group split up into morn and afternoon interviews.
Dinner was great.
Great day Atlanta ppl in general are just ridiculously courteous & helpful which made the whole day and experience so warm
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Program Advantages
Large residency class. Residents were exuberant about their training and their prospective profession.
Good education, good IR and hands-on experience, busy county hospital.
great diversity of training-Huge county hospital (Grady, which now has pacs), univ hosp, VA, childrens hosp, ortho hosp; busy calls but overall LIGHT call schedule
Excellent program with tons of experience.
Big program, solid faculty, and great research available. Cost of living second to none if willing to live outside the perimeter.
good pathology
Good research, good IR, love ATL
Great research if that's your thing. Strong fellowships.
Good location Great cost of living Good program, with high-volume and good mixture of pathology, but still in a relaxed setting
Grady.
PET-MRI being rolled out seemed cool. Nice city. Residents see tons of pathology at Grady.
Program size = good call schedule Grady - Could be good or bad- your call Newer chair of program has big plans and seems very motivated. Residents seemed happy Grady has a solid pacs system now
Good vibe from staff and residents, everyone seemed happy. Top-rate teaching and research. Atlanta is big/diverse.
Atlanta
Atlanta, nice weather, PD pushing to make this a stronger academic program
residents love it, Atlanta is great, and travel is so easy.
Probably the best group of residents in terms of personality I have met on the trail. I would have loved to be co-residents. They seem to love what they do.
Emory basically owns Atlanta and all its suburbs in the sense that all of the crazy pathology will come there so you see a ton of volume w great variety beautiful breast center
Strong neuro and busy VIR. Volume massive. Night autonomy. Built in vacation. Various pathology at different hospitals. Residents diverse and happy. Clicked with these residents maybe the best.
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Program Disadvantages
Fate of major training hospital (Grady) is uncertain.
Grady Hospital is ghetto even as county hospitals go. No PACS when I interviewed.
Have to drive between hospitals.
little moonlighting
Very vague on when Grady would be getting a full PACS system
Atlanta traffic. Lots of fellows.
Atlanta traffic.
Grady is super ghetto/lack of full pacs. Fellows do most of the procedures
Some people didnt like Grady or having to drive between the 2 hospitals
Atlanta traffic is horrible. Spend way more time at Grady than they make you think, and the residents we saw there were not smiling. Program director is trying to make Emory become a Top 10 research program which is won't be.
None really
Grady.
Traffic in ATL can be overwhelming.
Have to cover something like 5 hospitals thus learning all the systems might be a slight challenge. Grady is not in a safe area & got the impression residents were kind of on their own there.
Spend about 1/3 of the time at Grady
Travel between multiple institutions.
Lots of fellows
Atlanta traffic is what pushed the decision over the edge.
I was not a fan of Grady and having to rotate through so many hospitals. Don't like the idea of 2-week rotations
Can't think of too many
Atlanta? Wasn't big on it.
At Emory (1 of 3 campuses you rotate in) you won't do much of the IR due to fellow-heaviness In Atlanta (if that's far from family)
MSK slightly weaker. Not a fan of Atlanta.
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