Sample Curriculum Vitae

August 4th, 2017 2 Min read Sample Curriculum Vitae Blog
The purpose of the CV is to be able to chronologically track, and be able to account for, all time periods since you started medical training. This includes education, experience, military service, certifications, licenses, DEA information, etc. The CV should be constantly updated to reflect any changes so that it is always current. It is very helpful if you list “current as of (date)” on the CV.

Resource Highlights

What to include?

Focus just on medical work

List licenses and expiration dates

What to Include in Your CV

Name—Title/Degree Address Telephone (cell, home, and work) Email address Citizenship status (optional)


Internal Medicine Residency...7/1999—6/2002 Name of Program Any Town, State Medical School...9/1996—5/2000 Any Town, State Degree MD or DO College...8/1992—5/1996 Any Town, State BS Biology

Professional Experience

(This should include all medically related positions held since the start of medical school—any gaps in work/education history should be explained) Chief Resident...7/2002—Present Name of Program Any Town, State Laboratory Assistant...9/1998—5/1999 Name of Facility Street Address City, State, Zip Office Phone and Fax Numbers Military Service (Branch of Service)…Dates of Service


American Board of Internal Medicine, 
Board Eligible...6/2002 ACLS...5/2002 BCLS...3/2002 PALS...1/2002

Licensure (List all licenses ever held)

NPI...6/2002 DEA...Expiration 7/2003
# available upon request California…Issued 8/2001
# available upon request…Expiration 7/2003 (Status) Active

Professional Memberships

American Medical Association

Honors and Awards

Summer Research Grant Awarded By 
National Cancer Institute…Summer 2000 Magna Cum Laude Graduate—Medical 
School (name)...5/2000 Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society…4/1999

Research and Papers Presented (Optional)

Intensive insulin therapy in 
MICU patients...2/2002—present Stanford University Medical Center Preceptors: John Doe, M.D., and Mary Smith, M.D. Your name and John Doe, M.D., “Myocardial Injury Complicating Thrombotic Trompocytopenic 
Purpura (TTP)”. ACP California Chapter 2001 Association Poster Competition Finalists”.

References (Optional)

Provided upon request Information Current as of (current date) Download PDF SEE ALSO: How to write a CV that gets results