Fellows participate in daily sign outs, Grand Rounds presentations, Melanoma Conference, and teaching conferences for the residents. Depending on their primary specialty fellows receive additional training in dermatology or anatomic pathology. Experience in immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, interpretation of MOHS specimens, and laboratory management is provided as well. Research projects and presentations at local, national, and international meetings are encouraged.
This is a two-year-fellowship program, which provides excellent training in dermatopathology. The first year is devoted to basic research and the second year is the ACGME accredited year. The fellowship offers a well-balanced large case load of inflammatory and neoplastic skin disease.
Next available position - July 2024-2026
Deadline: August 2022 for July 2024 position
Director of Fellowship Program
- Teaching Conference Schedule
- Fellowship Application
- Personal statement (Include on one page or less any additional information you feel we should know about you)
- Three reference letters - (Please have each reference forward a letter familiar with your clinical ability and scientific and/or professional interests. Send letters to address above.)