Dermatology Fellowship for Academic Clinician-Teachers (DFACT)

DFACT is designed to develop future leaders in dermatology whose goals are to attain positions such as residency program directors, professors in clinician-educator tracks, and departmental chair.

Dermatopathology Fellowship.

A one to two year program designed to encompass comprehensive exposure to diagnostic dermatopatholoy, immunodermatology, correlative clinical dermatology and research, by offering routine clinical/patient interaction, opportunities to interface with Pathology Department members and experience with high-tech research and diagnostic techniques.

Dermatopathology International Observership

The Dermatopathology International Observership aims to teach international physicians state of the art dermatology techniques, through application of specialized technology, exposure to high-tech research tools, and advantageous personnel expertise, that will advance care for patients in their home countries.

Epidemiology Fellowship

The Epidemiology Fellowship program provides participants with high-level epidemiology research training, unparalleled mentorship opportunities from superb faculty members, funding guidance and ultimately results in the awarding of an MSCE or PhD degree.

Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship

The Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship is an unparalleled yearlong experience that aims to train and mentor dermatology fellows to the highest standards in procedural dermatology, with a special focus on cutaneous oncology and reconstructive surgery.

Patient Oriented Research Fellowship

The two year Patient Oriented Research Fellowship provides participants with the opportunity to gain experience with a wide variety of clinical research designs and receive formal instruction in numerous research methods, potentially resulting in the awarding of a Masters Degree in Clinical Epidemiology.

Research Fellowship

The Research Fellowship is a two year program for postdoctoral candidates that aims to train research fellows to become independent investigators in either academics or industry, through high-level mentorship, seminars, journal clubs, research fellowship infrastructure and laboratory training.

PennDOC Research Fellowship

The research fellows will focus on clinical studies related to cutaneous oncology, reconstructive surgery, appearance-related science, and patient reported outcomes. A clinical studies unit, research staff, and statistical support are available to assist the fellow in achieving these ambitious goals.

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