Application: GPR Dental Residency
Over 200 scheduled lectures form the planned
didactic curriculum of our GPR program.
You may apply through the
ADEA PASS Website OR directly to the Program using our own
The deadline for the NBIMC GPR Application may be found of the PASS website.
NOTE: The National Matching Service is NOT required. We DO NOT participate
in the Match.
If applying Through PASS:
Follow the directions on the PASS website. Please send all materials as
required on our PASS website.
If applying directly to the GPR Program please include:
NBIMC Dental GPR
- SHORT essay on why you want a post-graduate residency and/or specifically
- Dental School transcript of grades including the end of the Junior year
- National Boards, Part 1 results
- At least two letters of recommendation from Dental School clinical faculty
At least one more letter of recommendation from Dental School faculty,
clinical or non-clinical
o Letters of recommendation must be in a sealed, ink signed envelope.
- The "Dean's Letter"
- A 2x2 picture
- We prefer to receive all items in one envelope, but we will accept your
application's items if mailed separately.
All of your documents as described in the above checklist must be in our
office before the PASS Deadline.
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
201 Lyons Avenue
Department of Dentistry; D-9
Newark, NJ 07112
ATTN: Dr. Russ Bergman
For questions about the program, including the application and eligibility,
curriculum and education assessment, faculty, orientation and rotation
schedules, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Russ S. Bergman, DMD
GPR Residency Director
Vice Chair, Department Of Dentistry
(973) 926-7642, (FAX) 926-5306
Barry D. Wagenberg, DMD
Co-Director Of Dentistry For Education
Robert M. Bagoff, DMD
Co-Director Of Dentistry For Medical Affairs
The medical center provides high tech instrumentation for clinical teaching
sessions including fiber optic high speed rotary, endodontic microscopy,
rotary endo, hot gutta percha and new techniques and materials as they