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April 2005 Issue

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UC Students Excel in National "Match" Program

Published April 2005

College of Medicine students were among the 14,700 U.S. medical school seniors participating in "National Match Day" on March 17.

Of the 150 UC students aprticipating in the Match, 57 were placed in residency programs locally, including programs at University Hospital.

"We're thrilled with our Match results and very proud of our students accomplishments," says Ronald Sacher, MD, Interim dean of the College of Medicine. "It's excicing to see that many have chosen to continue training right here in Cincinnati, and equally as exciting to see that our students will be moving to programs at other world-class training hospitals."

The Match, conduscted annually by the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP), uses a computer algorithm to fit the preferences of applicants with those of residency programs at U.S. teaching hospitals.

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