This guide provides an overview of the data within Cerebellum and a brief description of each data section.
Description of each Cerebellum section
- Program Summary Statistics section displays the programs total applicant interview statistics across a single season and provides a comparison against the statistics within the program's specialty
- DEI Recruitment Outcomes section displays the percentage of applicants self-identifying into various categories compared to specialty benchmarking.
- Geographical Recruitment Outcomes section maps applicant density for the program and within the specialty.
- Interview Invitation & Completion Insights section displays a time series of daily and cumulative invitation release and interview completion for the program.
Detailed guides on each section of Cerebellum
Guides on accessing, navigating and optimizing Cerebellum
What data can I learn about my program in Cerebellum?
Cerebellum provides data regarding a program’s summary statistics, DEI and geographical recruitment outcomes, and a time series of interview invitations and completions.
What data can I learn about other programs in my specialty in Cerebellum?
All benchmarking and specialty comparison data presented in Cerebellum is done using a fully de-identified method. Programs will not learn any specific information about any specific program, other than as part of aggregate specialty wide data. As such, to maintain this anonymity between programs, any value for which Thalamus has less than 10 other programs for comparison will not be presented to maintain the privacy of all programs using Thalamus.
How frequently is this data updated?
Data in Cerebellum updates automatically every 24 hours and includes any new data or actions in Thalamus/Cortex.
Where does this data come from?
Cerebellum uses data from the interview process aggregated from a program’s use of Thalamus and/or Cortex. Detailed aggregation information is provided on the specific guide of each Cerebellum section.
Do I have to use both Thalamus and Cortex to use Cerebellum?
Programs that use only Thalamus or both Thalamus/Cortex may use Cerebellum and receive useful insights. However, programs that use Cortex will be provided with a more complete picture of their applicant pool and accompanying characteristics given the enhanced data capabilities of Cortex.
If you are interested in learning more about Cortex, contact our sales team at email@example.com or visit https://thalamusgme.com/cortex-application-screening/
I’m interested in partnering with Thalamus on a research project. What data is accessible? How do I go about proposing a collaboration?
We are always open to assisting in answering research questions related to GME recruitment, especially those that promote diversity, equity and inclusivity within the process. Should you have a research idea or question that Thalamus may be able to assist with (as part of Cerebellum or otherwise), please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be connected to our research and data science team.