UCSF Dermatology is proud to offer clinical and research fellowship programs.
The UCSF Pediatric Dermatology Fellowship is an ACGME year-long fellowship. Fellows will receive intense outpatient and inpatient clinical training, outpatient and OR-based laser and procedural surgery, mentorship, unparalleled diversity, and opportunities for scholarly activity and research.
A two-year experience (the second year is ACGME accredited) designed to prepare fellows for a career in dermatopathology.
The ACGME-accredited Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship is a year-long post-residency fellowship that offers broad training in all clinical aspects of procedural dermatology and ample clinic research opportunities. Fellows will learn to practice independently in all aspects of procedural dermatology, including cutaneous oncology, reconstructive surgery, and cosmetic and laser surgery.
This non-ACGME Research Fellowship is a year-long post-residency fellowship with an emphasis on caring for outpatients with complex medical conditions such as autoimmune blistering diseases, rheumatologic/dermatologic diseases, severe eczemas, severe psoriasis, cutaneous diseases with systemic manifestations, and complications of immunosuppression and transplantation using systemic immunosuppressants and biologics used to treat complex medical dermatologic conditions. Fellows will be mentored through determining a distinct area (niche) for career development and will conduct research and complete publications
This non-ACGME Research Fellowship is a one to two-year program for physicians who have completed at least one year of ACGME-accredited post-graduate residency training. This fellowship will train research fellows on the design and conduct of clinical trials in addition to learning the art of using various therapeutic modalities including topicals, phototherapy, biologics, and other systemic agents in the treatment of psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and other chronic dermatologic conditions.
The UCSF Department of Dermatology welcomes applications from medical students interested in doing an 8-week summer research fellowship with a faculty mentor in our department. The project may be a new or ongoing project in dermatology. It can be in any area of dermatology (basic science, epidemiology, population research, health policy, medical dermatology, pediatric dermatology, dermatopathology, procedural dermatology, medical education, outcomes research, etc.). We strongly encourage students who are underrepresented in medicine (UIM) * and students who do not have a dermatology department at their medical school to apply for this research award.