All applicants must be medical school graduates (MD or DO degree) and have completed an ACGME or ACGME-I accredited primary residency program. Board-eligible physicians in any primary discipline of medicine are encouraged to apply. A Colorado medical license (full or in-training) and current DEA certification are also required.

Applicants who cannot meet these requirements, such as international fellows, may be able to participate in the International (non-ACGME) track (see the International Fellows & Rotations section).


How to Apply

Our Medical Toxicology Fellowship Program will be participating in the Medical Toxicology National Residency Match Program. Applications will be accepted between June 1 and September 30 for the year preceding enrollment (for example, applications to start in July 2018 should be submitted between June 1 and September 30, 2017). We have a limited number of interview opportunities, so applicants are encouraged to apply early as these spots fill quickly.

Our Medical Toxicology Fellowship Program has a long tradition of training active duty military physicians in medical toxicology. Our program makes accommodations for military physicians who cannot participate in the NRMP and/or who cannot complete training on the usual July – June schedule. Please contact the program directly

The application procedure is quite simple and consists of:


  •     1.   A letter requesting consideration for a program position

  •     2.   Three letters of recommendation including one from your residency director

  •     3.   Current curriculum vitae ​​


Please submit applications to:


Christopher Hoyte M.D.

Medical Toxicology Fellowship Program
Rocky Mountain Poison & Drug Center
777 Bannock Street, Mail Code 0180
Denver, CO 80204