The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Dermatology cares for both common and rare diseases of skin, nails and hair. The department is nationally recognized as a leader in academic dermatology providing outstanding training for future dermatologists.
The department combines strong clinical training and didactic teaching in general dermatology and subspecialty areas, including multidisciplinary melanoma, vascular lesion, cutaneous lymphoma, genitomucosal dermatoses, cosmetic dermatology, and transplant dermatology.
Dermatology faculty at IU School of Medicine perform basic science research in areas such as atopic dermatitis and HPV, clnical research in a wide array of topics, as well as clinical trials evaluating the use of new and existing medications in dermatology.
At the forefront of medical science, the IU School of Medicine Department of Dermatology is advancing the technologies of dermatologic care and training the next generation of doctors while delivering the highest-quality care and treatment with integrity and compassion.
Graduate Medical Education Programs
The Department of Dermatology offers a 3-year accredited residency in general dermatology.