The University of Pittsburgh Micrographic Surgery and Dermatology/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. Fellows are trained with highest standards in patient care and procedural dermatology, with well over 1,000 Mohs micrographic surgery cases per year that offer a wide variety of tumor types and complexity. The University of Pittsburgh also serves a diverse patient population with a very large catchment network that extends into central Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, and West Virginia. Exposure to neuromodulators, soft tissue fillers, lasers, and many other cosmetic procedures is available and tailored to the fellow’s interest. Fellows also play a central role in directing coordinated multidisciplinary care for immunosuppressed patients at The Center for Solid Organ Transplant Related Skin Disease.
Applications are processed through the central application service (CAS) of the San Francisco Match.
The deadline for submission of the required materials is September 1st of the year prior to the start of the academic year. Interviews will be arranged in October for qualified candidates.