Medical School

Total

Women

No.

No.

%

1. Wright State

15

5

33 

2. Chicago Med-Finch

7

2

29

3. Hawaii-Burns

7

2

29

4. East Tennessee-Quillen

29

8

28

5. South Alabama

11

3

27

6. Nevada

16

4

25

7. Creighton

32

8

25

8. Marshall-Edwards

13

3

23

9. Stanford

60

11

18

10. Michigan State

11

2

18

11. Southern Illinois

33

6

18

12. UC San Francisco

55

10

18

13. UC San Diego

46

8

17

14.Yale

52

9

17

15. Maryland

104

18

17

16. UT Southwestern

121

20

17

17. Louisville

55

9

16

18. Missouri Columbia

49

8

16

19. UT Houston

49

8

16

20. Loyola-Stritch

80

13

16

21. Boston

62

10

16

22. New York Medical

95

15

16

23. Michigan

142

22

15

24. UT Galveston

39

6

15

25. UMDNJ New Jersey

74

11

15

26. Georgetown

54

8

15

27. Iowa-Carver

54

8

15

28. MC Wisconsin

61

9

15

29. Harvard

324

46

14

30. Tennessee

93

13

14

31. St Louis

43

6

14

32. Florida

73

10

14

33. Northwestern-Feinberg

110

15

14

34. Duke

148

20

14

35. Georgia

52

7

13

36. South Florida

15

2

13

37. Tufts

68

9

13

38. Pittsburgh

167

22

13

39. Colorado

61

8

13

40. Arkansas

39

5

13

41. Puerto Rico

39

5

13

42. Connecticut

47

6

13

43. Cincinnati

63

8

13

44. Missouri Kansas City

24

3

13

45. SUNY Upstate

24

3

13

46. Temple

24

3

13

47. Texas Tech

24

3

13

48. Rush

48

6

13

49. Kentucky

56

7

13

50. LSU Shreveport

56

7

13

51. Indiana

73

9

12

52. Ohio State

33

4

12

53. U Washington

59

7

12

54. Tulane

34

4

12

55. Mount Sinai

70

8

11

56. Wayne State

53

6

11

57. Columbia

115

13

11

58. Pennsylvania

124

14

11

59. Chicago-Pritzker

80

9

11

60. Cornell-Weill

125

14

11

61. Minnesota Twin Cities

72

8

11

62. North Carolina

72

8

11

63. Jefferson

55

6

11

64. New Mexico

46

5

11

65. George Washington

28

3

11

66. Massachusetts

56

6

11

67. Washington U St Louis

103

11

11

68. Emory

123

13

11

69. UCLA-Geffen

107

11

10

70. Stony Brook

59

6

10

71. Dartmouth

79

8

10

72. Oklahoma

30

3

10

73. UMDNJ-RW Johnson

50

5

10

74. Vanderbilt

50

5

10

75. Brown

41

4

10

76. Virginia

52

5

10

77. UC Irvine

42

4

10

78. New York University

84

8

10

79. Johns Hopkins

95

9

9

80. Einstein

159

15

9

81. Case Western

96

9

9

82. Penn State

54

5

9

83. Utah

54

5

9

84. SUNY Downstate

56

5

9

85. Virginia Commonwealth

56

5

9

86. UC Davis

35

3

9

87. Vermont

49

4

8

88. Mayo

147

12

8

89. Uniformed Services-Hebert

151

12

8

90. Morehouse

13

1

8

91. East Carolina-Brody

39

3

8

92. UT San Antonio

53

4

8

93. Nebraska

43

3

7

94. Baylor

115

8

7

95. Buffalo

61

4

7

96. Miami

78

5

6

97. MU South Carolina

47

3

6

98. Rochester

63

4

6

99. Oregon

50

3

6

100. Wake Forest

84

5

6

101. Kansas

34

2

6

102. Mississippi

34

2

6

103. Southern Cal-Keck

68

4

6

104. Albany

53

3

6

105. Howard

19

1

5

106. Loma Linda

58

3

5

107. LSU New Orleans

20

1

5

108. Texas A & M

108

5

5

109. Illinois

44

2

5

110. West Virginia

44

2

5

111. Wisconsin

54

2

4

112. Arizona

31

1

3

113. MC Ohio

32

1

3

114. Drexel

108

3

3

115. North Dakota

2

0

0

116. Ponce

2

0

0

117. Caribe

4

0

0

118. South Dakota

8

0

0

119. South Carolina

12

0

0

120. Meharry

13

0

0

121. Eastern Virginia

14

0

0

122. Northeastern Ohio

15

0

0

123. Mercer

24

0

0

124. Alabama

68

0

0

125. Florida State

n/a

n/a

n/a

126. Minnesota-Duluth

n/a

n/a

n/a

Average percentage women

11.2

This table compares the number of female faculty members holding M.D. degrees in Yale’s Department of Surgery to that of other U.S. medical schools, as of December 31, 2002. For this comparison, only M.D.s in the subspecialties represented in Yale’s Department of Surgery* were counted.

* cardiothoracic surgery, gastroenterology (surgical), oncologic and endocrine surgery, otolaryngology, pediatric surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, organ transplantation and immunology, trauma and surgical critical care, urology, and vascular surgery

Source: Association of American Medical Colleges