Graduate education A service of the AAMC–Am Assn of Med Colleges which allows residency training candidates to transmit their applications via the Internet, using a common application form. See Match, Residency.
Applications were available through the records of the pathology department and the Electronic Residency Application Service. One hundred seventeen applicants (17%) were from US medical schools, and 587 (83%) were from non-US medical schools.
The service, called Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS), will accelerate the process of applying for residency and will improve overall communication between medical colleges and hospitals.