Learn more about our recruitment opportunities for the six-year Integrated Cardiothoracic Surgery Residency program and two-year traditional Thoracic Surgery Residency program.

2020-2021 Application Cycle

COVID-19 has resulted in an unprecedented residency application cycle. We are committed to ensuring applicants have the ability to interview and get to know the Michigan Medicine Cardiothoracic Surgery community virtually to ensure everyone's safety.

The six-year Integrated Cardiothoracic Surgery Residency program and the two-year traditional Thoracic Surgery Residency program are participants in the Electronic Residency Application Service [ERAS]. Please refer to the ERAS website to complete your application for our residency programs.

Please contact the Department of Surgery Education Office for interview dates or if you have any questions about the application process.

Learn more about the Michigan Medicine cardiothoracic surgery residency and fellowship programs →

Ask Us Anything Webinar Series

The Department of Surgery hosted a series of webinars for those interested in becoming a surgical resident at Michigan Medicine. These webinars give applicants a chance to meet the chair, Dr. Justin B. Dimick, and to hear about our different programs for residents around the Michigan Promise, academic development time, mentorship and professional development.

Watch past Ask Us Anything webinars to learn more about what it's like to be a resident in the Michigan Medicine Department of Surgery.

Follow Us on Twitter

The Department of Surgery Twitter account is a useful resource for applicants. It provides updates about upcoming events and highlights life at Michigan Medicine for Cardiothoracic Surgery residents and faculty members.

Explore Your Training Ground

Medical Campus and Arboretum

Discover Michigan Medicine through the Your Training Ground guide to get to know where you will be spending time during your residency. You can also get to know Ann Arbor through the Go Blue Guide.

Additional resources in the Go Blue Guide cover topics such as campus life, housing, health and wellness.

Contact Us

Office of Surgery Education

University of Michigan
1500 E. Medical Center Drive
2110 Taubman Center
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5346
(734) 998-2523