Medical Student Education
The Department of Dermatology provides medical students with the opportunity to perform elective rotations in Dermatology in order to expand their medical knowledge and encourage interest in the specialty. All students work closely with the residents and faculty. Didactic as well as clinical educational sessions are utilized.
Instruction in state-of-the art dermatologic care is available to students in our program in all areas of dermatology including pediatric dermatology, dermatologic surgery (including Mohs micrographic surgery), adult dermatology, phototherapy, and laser therapy.
Medical students are exposed to a wide range of dermatologic diseases, including:
- collagen vascular diseases
- skin cancer
- autoimmune diseases
Medical students rotating in dermatology are expected to gain an understanding of common dermatologic diseases, including:
- cutaneous oncology (including the evaluation of pigmented lesions)
- dermatoses associated with internal diseases
- drug eruptions
- dermatologic therapy
To submit application materials or if you have questions regarding dermatology research opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.