Applicants to the Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) Residency Program must have a minimum of one postgraduate clinical year (PGY-1) in an ACGME -accredited program. The Residency Advisory Committee, however, will give preference to applicants who have completed three or more years of an internal medicine, family practice or emergency medicine residency. Applicants must possess or be eligible to obtain either an unrestricted Texas medical license or a State of Texas In-training Permit prior to commencing the Residency. Application is made through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) offered by the American Association of Medical Colleges. For more information you may access ERAS online at www.aamc.org/eras. The applicants documentation is first reviewed by the Program Director, who then forwards acceptable applications to the OEM Residency Advisory Committee. After review of all candidates, residency positions are offered to approved candidates according to a resource-based prioritized list. Selected candidates receive an application form for the MPH degree program at the School of Public Health. Admission to the OEM Residency Program is contingent upon admission to the School of Public Health.