The University of Missouri School of Medicine Ophthalmology residency program is one of the premier ophthalmic surgery training programs in the United States. With internationally recognized faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, extensive research space, and a large and diverse patient population, we attract outstanding residents from around the globe.
The Mason Eye Institute of the University of Missouri Columbia offers a four-year ACGME-accredited integrated residency training program. The residency program is in conjunction with the Harry S. Truman Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VA).
Four residents are accepted each year into the four-year program, with programs beginning the first week of July for the integrated PGY-1 year. The residency program is carefully designed to develop ophthalmologists who can provide quality eye care and meet the needs of patients both now and in the future, and who can contribute to the field of ophthalmology through participation in research.
How to Apply
Applications are accepted through the San Francisco Matching Program. Information and applications may be obtained from the Ophthalmology Matching Program, P.O. Box 7584, San Francisco, CA 94120-7584, 415-447-0350.
Ready to come train with us? You can apply through SF Match Residency and Fellowship Matching Service.
Applications are due by the first week in October each year, and interviews will be held at the Mason Eye Institute during the fall.