In addition to our residency program’s clinical, surgical and research opportunities, we offer the strong network of support you need to flourish. Here you’ll have dedicated faculty mentors and cohorts who are invested in your success.

We are more than a program; we are a family.  Come check us out!

Interview tips

WashU Ob/Gyn residency director Dr. Eric Strand joined the Inside the Match podcast to share advice on completing residency applications and preparing for interviews.

On-campus support

  • The Office of Graduate Medical Education supports residency and fellowship training. Their website provides wellness resources, best practices, HR support, policies and procedures and more.
  • OUTmed is an organization for LGBTQIA-identified faculty, residents, fellows and staff at Washington University School of Medicine. OUTmed’s goals include increasing visibility of the WashU Med LGBTQIA community, fostering networking and mentoring relationships, and facilitating communication among those interested in LGBTQIA-related health care and research topics.
  • The Washington University Minority Medical Association (WUMMA) fosters a diverse and supportive community. Residents and fellows who are a member of a group that is underrepresented in medicine, as well as those interested in health disparities and issues facing minority communities, are welcome to join.

Next: Meet the WashU Ob/Gyn Residency Program team »

Application process

Medical school graduates can enter the Obstetrics and Gynecology residency program immediately after graduation, applying through ERAS or ECFMG.