Acting Chairperson: Kibbi, A.G. Professor: Zaynoun, S. (Clinical)
Associate Professors: Kibbi,
A.G.; Malak, J. (Clinical); Matta-Muallem, M. (Clinical) Assistant
Professors: Rebeiz, N.; Salman, S.; Shbaklo, Z. (Clinical) Associates:
El-Saad-Dehaby, N.; Karam-Kaadi, P. ``The Department of Dermatology participates
in the undergraduate courses of Basic Histology (course 209) given to Med.
I students, and Introduction to Medicine (course 221-222) given to Med.
II students. Elective clerkships are also available to Medicine IV students
and interns. A three-year residency training program in Dermatology, accredited
by the Arab Board of Medical Specializations and its Scientific Council
of Dermatology and Venereology, is offered to MD students following one
year of internship. The goal of the training program is to produce competent
dermatologists capable of providing a broad spectrum of care to patients.
Residents in training are involved in daily general and specialty
clinics including phototherapy, contact dermatitis, dermatologic surgery,
and connective tissue clinics. 267 Elective in Dermatology. 0.90-180; 1
month. Students participate in the morning clinics (general dermatology)
and afternoon clinics (specialty clinics) as well as the seminars, conferences,
journal club and assignments of audio-visual teaching material. Students
can participate in on-going clinical research programs. At the end of the
clerkship, a final examination is required of students. Members of Department.
287 Internship. 0.131-262; 1 month. Same as 267, offered to straight and
rotating interns on an elective basis. Members of Faculty. Weekly Conferences.
Journal club, journal club for electives, grand rounds/case discussion,
basic science seminar, clinical slides/differential diagnosis, dermatopathology
conference, Fitzpatrick’s book review, dermatologic surgery conference.
Monthly Conferences. Consultation review, attending staff lecture, basic
science journal club.
University - Information for Residency Applicants ``This page
contains information regarding the dermatology residency training program
offered at our institution. We are a fully accredited program and we currently
have 9 residents. We are based at Rhode Island Hospital, but we also work
at Memorial Hospital, Providence VA Hospital, and the many hospitals located
on the campus of Rhode Island Hospital. Most of our time is spent in clinic
and the private practice of our faculty. Our teaching and lecturing time
is on wednesday, thursday, and friday afternoons. Every other thursday
morning is our clinical conference, where dermatologists from the local
area meet and present interesting cases. More details are in the letter
University Medical Center-Division of Dermatology-Dermatology Residency
Program ``The goal of the residency program in Dermatology at Duke
University Medical Center is to train physicians to become excellent clinical
dermatologists and leaders in academic and clinical dermatology. We believe
that this is best accomplished by a fully integrated approach to training
involving a broad clinical experience which is supported by a comprehensive
knowledge of dermatopathology, the basic science of dermatology and exposure
to active dermatologic investigation. Our dermatology residency is a fully
accredited three year training program approved by the American Board of
Dermatology. Upon successful completion of this training program, the candidate
may be admitted to examination leading to certification by the American
Board of Dermatology.`` Chief, Dr. Russell Hall.
Department of Dermatology-Residency program Evan R. Farmer, M.D. Program
Director Professor and Chairman Department of Dermatology.``The faculty
and staff of the Department of Dermatology are committed to providing superior
educational training for its residents in Dermatology. The residency program
is a three-year program following a one-year internship in a clinical specialty,
as required by the American Board of Dermatology. The residency program
is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
The Department of Dermatology treats patients at Indiana University Hospital,
James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children, Wishard Memorial Hospital,
and the Richard L. Roudebush VA Hospital. In addition, outpatients from
the tri-states (Indiana, Illinois and Ohio) are referred by primary care
physicians or other professionals.
Mayo Clinic Rochester Dermatology
Residency Program `` The three-year Dermatology Residency
Program will prepare you for a career in private practice or academic medicine.
Your training will include: Inpatient and outpatient dermatology, Dermatologic
surgery, Dermatopathology, Immunodermatology, Clinical- or laboratory-based
research, Rotations at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville and/or Mayo Clinic Scottsdale.
Before you begin your residency, you need to complete one year of clinically-based
training at Mayo or another ACGME-approved academic institution in the
United States or Canada. This year may include clinical training in an
internal medicine or pediatrics training program. Mayo offers three one-year
positions, including a position in Mayo's Preliminary Internal Medicine
Training Program. Residents in the Preliminary Internal Medicine Program
spend one year as internal medicine residents, after which they may continue
on in the three-year Dermatology Residency Program.
New York University
School of Medicine, Ronald O.Perelman Department of Dermatology, Training
Program in Dermatology, Director: Irwin Freedberg, M.D. ``This program
is designed to train physicians and scientists planning to enter a full-time
teaching and investigative career in dermatology, venerology or related
fields in medicine or the basic sciences. The predominant focus of the
program is on direct fellowship training for 1 to 3 years under the close
supervision of one of more than 20 highly qualified preceptors who are
members of the departments of dermatology, biochemistry, cell biology,
microbiology, pathology, and pharmacology at the Medical Center. The following
areas are available for research training: cellular and molecular mechanisms
of keratinization; cell and molecular biology of epithelia, including epidermis
and hair; basic and clinical cutaneous oncology; various aspects of immunodermatology;
cutaneous virology. The majority of the preceptors are well-known investigators
in their fields.
New York University-Ronald
O. Perelman Department of Dermatology- Residency Program ``The Ronald
O. Perelman Department of Dermatology at the School of Medicine offers
a three year residency program leading to eligibility for certification
by the American Board of Dermatology. In addition, fellowship programs
in dermatologic research, dermatopathology, dermatopharmacology, dermatologic
surgery, melanoma, photomedicine, and immunodermatology are available.
Each year six residents and an approximately equal number of fellows are
appointed. Residents are appointed following their first post-graduate
Penn State University
Department of Dermatology-Residency Program - Hershey, Pennsylvania.
``The aim of our dermatology residency program is to produce excellent
clinical dermatologists. This is accomplished in a milieu that encourages
personal growth, scientific discovery, and enrichment of patient care abilities.
Basic dermatologic surgery skills with expertise to manage complications
are taught. Critical analytical skills for the acquisition of new medical
information are developed. Dermatopathology interpretive knowledge will
be acquired. A comprehensive fund of knowledge should be acquired for the
diagnosis and management of common and rare clinical dermatologic problems
and also for passing the certifying examination.``
University, School of Medicine Stanford, Department of Dermatology- Residency
Program ``The Department of Dermatology at Stanford University School
of Medicine offers a three or four-year residency program accredited by
the American Board of Dermatology. This program is designed to provide
training that will allow the resident to achieve a high degree of competence
in clinical dermatology as well as special training in the basic sciences
pertinent to the teaching, research, and practice of dermatology. Because
Stanford comprises a unique combination of basic scientists and clinicians
working together on problems of basic biology and disease, the Department
of Dermatology offers a four-year program which combines intensive experience
in clinical dermatology with rigorous research training in clinical or
basic laboratory investigation. The four-year program is for individuals
committed to a career in academic investigative dermatology.
The University of
Florida College of Veterinary Medicine offers a two year full-time
residency program in Dermatology. On occasion this has been extended to
a 3 year training program at the mutual agreement of the preceptors. Residents
spend approximately 9 out of 12 months each year in the dermatology clinic.
Three weeks are allocated to vacation and the other 2 & 1/2 months
are "elective" periods.``
University Medical Center-Dermatology Residency Program New Orleans,
Louisiana ``The residency training program offers training in post-graduate
years two, three and four. Prior to acceptance to the program, a minimum
of one postgraduate year must be completed. The dermatology training program
centers around several institutions including Tulane University Hospital
and Clinic, the Medical Center of Louisiana at New Orleans, Veterans Affairs
Medical Center and Ochsner Clinic, all in New Orleans. In addition, dermatology
residents treat patients at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Biloxi,
MS as well as South Louisiana Medical Center in Houma, LA. These multiple
rotations provide a diversity of patient populations, a very broad spectrum
of clinical disease, and exposure to numerous clinical faculty and their
different approaches to the treatment of dermatologic diseases.
University of California
Irvine-Residency program. Orange, California``The Department of Dermatology
offers a three year accredited residency program. There are a total of
nine residents in the program: three first year, three second year, and
three third year. The Medical Center. Gary Cole, M.D. who is Chief of Dermatology
Services at the VA is the residency program director. First year residents
are stationed at the VA; second year residents spend 4 months in the Dermatopathology
laboratory, 4 months on the ward at UCIMC, and 4 months in research. Third
year residents rotate the Chief Resident position at UCIMC and the VA.
They spend 4 months in a private practice environment at the Kaiser Irvine,
UCI, and FHP(Talbert) HMO programs. Additional participation includes the
UCI Student Health Center, private practice office of faculty, and the
Beckman Laser Surgery Clinic.
University of Colorado
School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology - Dermatology Residency
Program. ``The University of Colorado is a member of the Dermatology Matching
Program. Therefore you must register with the DMP and provide your registration
number to our program at time of registration so that you may be considered.
Information about the DMP may be obtained from: Dermatology Matching Program
2450 N Street, NW Suite 201
Washington DC 20037-1141. The Department of Dermatology of the University
of Colorado School of Medicine directs the training program at all the
University of Colorado affiliated hospitals. Dr. John Aeling, Professor
of Dermatology, directs the overall training. The three year residency
program in Dermatology is fully approved by the Liaison Committee on Graduate
Medical Education and the American Board of Dermatology. The program is
an integrated one, utilizing the combined facilities of the University
of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, the adjacent Denver Veterans
Administration Hospital and the Denver General Hospital. ``
TEXAS SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER - DERMATOLOGY - The Immunodermatology
Research Fellowship Training Program Program Director: Richard D. Sontheimer,
M.D. ``The Immunodermatology Fellowship Training Program at U.T. Southwestern
in Dallas, Texas was established in 1976 and has received continuous support
from the NIH through a National Research Service Award (NRSA). The purpose
of the program is to provide a stimulating, resource-rich and critical
environment in which postdoctoral M.D.'s and Ph.D's who are interested
in the prospect of an academic career dedicated to examining mechanisms
of immunologically mediated skin disease can develop the necessary knowledge
and skills to permit eventual establishment of independent programs of
basic and/or clinical investigation. ``
TEXAS SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER - DERMATOLOGY-Mohs Fellowship Training
Program ``The Department of Dermatology, University of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, is accepting applications for
a twelve month fellowship training program in Mohs Micrographic Surgery
and Dermatologic Surgery. Requirements include completion of a dermatology
residency program as well as being board eligible or board certified. Please
contact Dr. Stan Taylor at 214-648-8085 immediately for an application
or fax resume to 214-648-5656.
University School of Medicine Department of Dermatology-Dermatology - Residency
Program `` Jean L. Bolognia, MD, Director; Donna Carroll, Senior Administrative
Assistant ``The program is one of the most competitive in the United States
and attracts a richly diverse group of bright, talented applicants. The
residents have rotations in the: outpatient dermatologic clinic which includes
the medical, surgical, and cosmetic aspects of dermatology inpatient dermatology
service consultation service for both inpatients and outpatients dermatology
service at the West Haven Veterans Administration Medical Center dermatopathology