The Department of Dermatology is offering a one year training non-ACGME program in Dermatologic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, and Skin Health, designed to provide broad experience in general and cosmetic dermatologic surgery. Under the direction of Suzan Obagi, MD, the program is designed to provide trainees with a broad range of experience necessary for the practice of modern dermatologic surgery. Training will include significant exposure to general dermatologic surgery, cutaneous surgical oncology, and Mohs surgery. Trainees will also receive considerable experience in cosmetic surgery and aesthetic procedures by participating in the department's Cosmetic Surgery and Skin Health Center. This unique academically affiliated center offers the latest in cosmetic and laser surgery advances including tumescent liposuction of the body and face, blepharoplasties, rhytidectomies, fat transplantation, laser resurfacing, chemical resurfacing, microdermabrasion, collagen fillers, botox, sclerotherapy, and scar revision. No certification is available through the American Board of Dermatology for this program. A dermatology residency is required for acceptance into this program.
For more details, please contact Chris Podnar.