Dell Med is home to 401 physicians in training (residents and fellows), a 55% increase since 2015, when the newly established school partnered with Ascension Seton to provide graduate medical education programs in Austin.
As of July 2022
About Our Trainees
On average, women are better represented in Dell Med’s graduate medical education programs than they are at other U.S. programs.
Here, 218 residents and fellows identify as women and 183 as men — 54% and 46%, respectively. In 2019, women comprised 46% and men comprised 54% of trainees in the United States.
Race & Ethnicity
At Dell Med, 53% of residents and fellows identify as white. About 24% of trainees identify as Asian; 10% identify as Hispanic, Latina/o/x or of Spanish origin; and 5% identify as Black. About 8% identify with multiple races or ethnicities*.
Overall, 21% of trainees at Dell Med identify with a race or ethnicity that is underrepresented in medicine.
Did You Know?
Diverse teams are better suited to solve problems, be more creative and innovate. Defined broadly — to include all facets by which individuals identify themselves — diversity is central to institutional effectiveness, viability and excellence.
After Their Training
Students graduating from Dell Med in 2022 matched to residency training programs in 16 states. Training sites include Johns Hopkins, Duke, Vanderbilt, UCLA, the University of Pennsylvania and UT Southwestern.
*This is a categorization not used by the AAMC in its reporting; therefore, the comparison number on the chart is not applicable.
**Of 432 immediately entering practice
Sources: Dell Med offices of Graduate Medical Education and Student Affairs, AAMC. Page last updated July 2022.