Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education Facts
- Total residency and fellowship programs: 271
- Total number of trainees per year: 1500
- Third largest provider of medical school faculty nationally
- More than 19,000 graduates since the school's inception in 1915
- 95 percent of programs above national average in board passage rates
- Residents completing programs in 2012: 663
Mayo Brothers 2012 Distinguished Fellowship Awards
Annually, Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education selects six residents or fellows to receive the Mayo Brothers Distinguished Fellowship Award. Recipients are nominated and selected based on clinical performance, humanitarian features and scholarly activity.
Recipients for 2012 included: Caroline Grady, M.D., Internal Medicine (Rochester); Philip Hart, M.D., Gastroenterology (Rochester); Eoin Flanagan, M.B.B.Ch., Neurology (Rochester); Amaal Starling, M.D., Neurology (Arizona); Chee Chee Stucky, M.D., General Surgery (Arizona); Jeffrey Scow, M.D., General Surgery (Rochester).