You’ve accepted an interview with us, and we can’t wait to meet you! What’s next?
Letter from the Chief
A few words from Division Chief, Sam Bhayani, M.D.
Letter from the Program Director
A message from Residency Program Director, Erica Traxel, M.D.
Interview Day Overview
A brief summary of what your interview will look like with WashU.
Some helpful tech suggestions before your virtual interview on Zoom.
Faculty and Resident Contact Information
Memo of Appointment
Find a sample Memorandum of Appointment below.
2021 Benefits Summary
Find benefits available to house staff below.
Residents are paid every two weeks. You can find stipend information below.
To help make moving a bit easier, you can find apartments and neighborhoods below.
LGBTQIA+ Life at WashU
OUTmed is a Department of Medicine sponsored organization that is open to all people in the School of Medicine. They support the LGBTQIA+ community by increasing visibility and recruitment, improving policies, providing education to the School of Medicine. They also organize the OUTmentor Program which provides mentorship for LGBTQIA+ identifying faculty, residents, and students.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
The Division of Urology and the Urology Residency Program supports the School of Medicine’s diversity, equity and inclusion vision.
Ask the Residents
Our residents answer some frequently asked questions about the residency program.
Life in the Lou
Tips on how to stay fit, find the best places to eat, travel the world, and get around St. Louis.
What is WashU like? Take a video tour with General Surgery Program Director, Paul Wise, M.D.
This interactive Google map showcases training hospitals and centers, rotation locations and hot spots on campus and in St. Louis.
Kellie Hunter, Sr. Residency Coordinator
Office: (314) 362-8033