2024 Resident Match Day: Duke Welcomes Its Newest Intern Class

The excitement of Match Day each year is reflected in the faces of fourth-year medical students across the country as they learn where they will begin their residencies and future careers in medicine. The Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program and the Duke Department of Medicine congratulate newly matched medical students who participated in the 2024 National Resident Matching Program. 

"We have a rich history in welcoming residents from a variety of backgrounds who have diverse career interests and experiences," said Dr. Aimee Zaas, director, Internal Medicine Residency Program. "We are excited that our incoming interns will help us continue this tradition. They will join a program that is passionate about providing the highest standard of medical care in an environment that values collaboration and connection."   

Duke Internal Medicine Residency matched 45 Categorical, 1 PSTP, 2 Medicine-Psychiatry, 6 Medicine-Pediatrics, 7 Neurology Preliminary, and 4 Preliminary trainees.

Additionally, the categorical interns will have attended 37 different medical schools, 21 are female, 24 are male, and 17 identify as under-represented in medicine.

“I want to thank our education team for their dedication and hard work during recruitment. I am thrilled for our matched residents, and excited to welcome an excellent new group to Duke for their training,” said Dr. Lisa Criscione-Schreiber, vice chair for education. “We are confident this group will play an important role in moving medicine forward.”

Meet Our Incoming Interns

Click on slideshow of incoming interns below.

2024 Resident Match Day