The Department of Dermatology offers five fellowship opportunities that provides dermatology students to train and gain experience in the following specialties.
Contact Dermatitis and Cutaneous Immunology Fellowship
This one year fellowship will enable the fellow to gain experience in the diagnosis, evaluation and management of patients with contact dermatitis and putative industrial or environmental skin disorders.
Cutaneous Oncology Fellowship
Cutaneous Oncology Fellows will spend one or two years training in clinical and translational research; the evaluation, diagnosis, and management of patients with various skin cancers; and cutaneous lymphomas diagnosis and management.
This one-year fellowship program is designed to provide expertise in teledermatology including reviewing electronic history and physical exam information, analyzing and examining dermatologic images, and providing advice to the client who requested teledermatology consult services.
Cosmetic Dermatology Fellowship
The Cosmetic Dermatology Fellowship program provides trainees with a broad range of experience necessary for the practice of modern dermatologic surgery.
The Dermatopathology Fellowship Training Program offers two courses of study: one for the trainee with a Dermatology background and one for the trainee with a Pathology background.
Mohs Micrographic and Dermatology Oncology Fellowship
The University of Pittsburgh Micrographic Surgery and Mohs Micrographic and Dermatology Oncology FellowshipDermatologic Oncology Fellowship provides trainees with a comprehensive experience in Mohs micrographic surgery, complex reconstruction, procedural dermatology, and the multidisciplinary medical management of solid-organ transplant recipients.