Complete Online Application
The application period for EIS Class of 2023 is open now through May 31, 2022.
Submit your application and supporting materials by the deadline.
- Access the online applicationexternal icon.
- You may enter information in the online application before or at the same time as uploading supporting materials. Be sure to save your application if doing these steps separately.
- Enter your personal information and personal statement into appropriate sections of the online application form.
- Enter email addresses of the people who will write standardized letters of recommendation.
- Confirm that recommendation writers receive the system-generated email.
- Follow-up to ensure letters are submitted by the deadline. You can use the “Remind” feature in the application system.
- Enter the required information for each college/university to upload unofficial transcripts.
- If accepted into the EIS program, official transcripts must be mailed to CDC by January 31 of the fellowship year.
- Upload a copy of your active, unrestricted, U.S. license to practice a clinical specialty.
- Upload TOEFL scores as proof of English-language proficiency, unless exempt.
- Submit your application after completing the online application and uploading all required materials. You will not be able to make changes after submitting your application except to update your contact information.
- You will receive emails confirming receipt of your application and providing updates on the status of your application.
Applicants to the Joint ID/EIS Fellowship must complete both the EIS application using the EIS platform and the ID Fellowship application through ERASexternal icon and then will go through the National Resident Matching Program (Match)external icon to secure their ID Fellowship placement. Applicants must indicate in the EIS application that they are applying for the Joint ID/EIS Fellowship, and they must select the Joint ID/EIS Fellowship track in the ID Fellowship application system in ERAS and in the Match ranking. Learn more about the Joint ID/EIS Fellowship programexternal icon.