How To Apply

Our ERAS ID Numbers

We encourage all R38, IRP, and ARP applicants to apply to and rank both numbers below. General Pathway residency applicants should use the categorical ERA ID only. Matched residents are asked to submit research and career goals for PRISE in fall of PGY1 to assist with the mentor matching process. 

  • PSTP Program: 1113320C1
  • Categorical Residency Program: 1113320C0

Key Dates - Post Match

  • July: Start Pediatric Residency Program at Emory University
  • October 1: PRISE Application portal opens
  • November 1: Deadline to apply for PRISE Track
    • Preference is given to PGY1 residents, however residents in later post-graduate years with strong research backgrounds or interests will be considered 
    • Residents who matched into the PSTP track are automatically accepted into the PRISE program; however, they must still submit the PRISE application so PRISE Co-Directors can collect career and research goals
  • November - December: PRISE residents have intake meetings with PRISE Directors to discuss
  • June 1: Deadline for project proposals must be completed with mentor

How To Apply - Post Match

All PRISE and PRISE+ applications must include:

1) Statement of Research Interests (1 page, single-spaced, Arial 11 font, with .5" margins). Research statements must include:

  • Relevant past research experiences (if no prior experience please state what has peaked your current interest).
  • Current areas of research interest (This can be general such as a specialty area, disease, or topic such as drug discovery, or more specific if known)
  • Specific interests in the PRISE program, including potential mentors, if known.
  • Future career plans related to research (how do you envision yourself in the 5-10 years after residency?)

2) Updated curriculum vitae (CV)

3) 1 Letter of Support (R38 only)

All applications must be submitted through our online application system:

PRISE Overview


PRISE Curriculum

Resident Research Champions