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Education Programs

The faculty and staff of the Department of Dermatology at IU School of Medicine are committed to providing superior educational training for medical students, residents and fellows in dermatology.
MD Training

Medical Student Training

Medical students interested in dermatology can apply for a clinical elective during their third or fourth year of medical school. This hands-on training exposes students to real-world clinical care.



IU School of Medicine offers a three-year dermatology residency that teaches clinical and technical skills related to the diagnosis and management of diseases of hair, nails and skin.



Each year IU School of Medicine offers one-year fellowships in pediatric dermatology, dermatopathology and Mohs surgery.

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Clerkships and Electives

Explore our current electives accepted through VSAS, rotations, stipend programs and more.

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Grand Rounds

The Department of Dermatology hosts CME-accredited Grand Round lectures that offer cutting-edge information about clinical dermatology. Grand Round lectures are held on the first and third Wednesdays of each month.

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Assessment Tool of Medical Professionals

The Department of Dermatology at IU School of Medicine supports the ongoing efforts of medical professionals throughout the United States to engage in self-assessment and evaluation. Access the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) proficiency test.