Fellowship Application Information
Pain Management Fellowship
Pain Management Fellowship Program
Attn: Lisa Sechrist, Fellowship Coordinator
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Department of Anesthesiology
3601 4th Street, MS 8182
Lubbock, Texas 79430
E-mail the Fellowship Coordinator
The selection process at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center begins only when the application file is complete. All application files that are complete on or before the application deadline will be reviewed by the TTUHSC Pain Management Fellowship Selection Committee and selected applicants will be notified if an interview is granted. Materials received after the application deadline will not be considered. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that their application file is complete.
Please note that the items below must be in your file on or before the application deadline or your file will not be reviewed by the TTUHSC Pain Management Fellowship Selection Committee.
- Completed ERAS Fellowship Application Form
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three Original Letters of Recommendation
- USMLE Exam Score Report
The items listed below will be required if you are invited to interview:
- Dean's Letter
- Medical School Transcript(s)
- Certificate(s) of Previous Training in Anesthesiology or Physical Medicine Rehabilitation
***Please note that in order to be considered, all applicants must be eligible to apply for a Texas license. Review the Texas Medical Board physician license requirements. As well as having completed an Anesthesiology or PM&R Residency prior to beginning our fellowship in July.
TTUHSC participates in the ERAS® - The Electronic Residency Application Service for selection of new fellows.
We will begin accepting applications for the next years fellowship positions starting December 1 of each year. The application deadline for the next years fellowship positions will be May 31 of each year.
Interview days will be in July or early August of each year.
We will accept 3 fellows in July.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine has adopted a policy of accepting only international medical graduates with J-1 visas into the residency training programs.