Our one-year Procedural Dermatology Fellowship is currently accredited by the ACGME.
We provide clinical training with an emphasis on Mohs Micrographic Surgery, skin oncology and the surgical skills of dermatologic procedures.
The primary site is the University of Washington Dermatology Center, provides the primary training experience in current aspects of procedural dermatology, including basic science, anatomy, anesthesia, pre- and post-operative case management, surgical technique, hair transplantation, nail surgery, laser surgery, wound healing, laboratory technique and cutaneous reconstruction of surgical defects. You will experience the practice of Mohs surgery in an out-patient, single provider private practice setting. This also includes learning practice management skills required for this setting such as managing patient records and personnel. A primary benefit of this site is the opportunity to train with additional experienced surgeons with his/her own unique approaches to cutaneous surgery and reconstruction.
How to Apply
We will not be matching for a fellow in the Micrographic Surgery & Dermatologic Oncology Program for July 2020- June 2021.
We plan to match again for the July 2021-June 2022 academic year. We accept applications to our program through the Central Application Service (CAS) of the San Francisco Match. All applicants must be registered with the San Francisco Match program. The deadline for that application cycle will be in August 2021.