Brown medical students celebrate Match Day 2021

On March 19, The Warren Alpert Medical School's MD Class of 2021 joined medical students from around the country for Match Day.

After years of rigorous classes, countless nights of studying, virtual interviews, and the stress of choosing a specialty, it all comes down to Match Day.

On March 19, the MD Class of 2021 discovered where they will take their skills, knowledge, and talent next. Graduating students from The Warren Alpert Medical School will join others from around the country in learning where they've matched for their residencies. For medical students, it's one of the biggest milestones of their career.

Where did they match? Check out the MD Class of 2021's match list to see where they landed.

Awaiting Match Day


Cari Hampton MD'21 reflects on her time at Brown and the road ahead.

What is Match Day?

Match Day is a medical school tradition celebrated across the country. On the third Friday of March, graduating medical students celebrate as they learn where they have matched for their residencies. It is a major milestone for medical students, as they discover where they’ll spend the next years training to become surgeons, neurologists, pediatricians, psychiatrists, or physicians in any number of specialties.

Join the Match Day Challenge

In honor of this momentous day, all gifts made to the Brown Medical Annual Fund during the month of March will be matched dollar-for-dollar — up to $200,000. With donor support, the Medical Annual Fund provides students with the resources and experiences — in the classroom and beyond — that form the foundation for the humanistic and compassionate physicians they will become.