Skinergy Dermatology | January/February 2015
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Division of Mohs Micrographic and Dermatologic Surgery Launches New Fellowship

Our new fellowship program will be one of the most complete training programs in the country.  Our faculty perform some of the most innovative and cutting edge cutaneous reconstructions in the world, as evidenced by our numerous publications and national/international lectures given on the subject.  Our fellow will also be exposed to a fertile and supportive academic environment.   Our surgical division has been in the top 3 surgical divisions in the country for publications each of the last 3 years.  The fellow will be able to participate in ongoing research studies and will also be able to develop their own project based on their interests.  In addition our fellow will be taught cutting edge cosmetic procedures and will have the opportunity to learn endovenous ablation from our expert faculty.  Participation in our Multidisciplinary Cutaneous Oncology Tumor Program will prepare our fellow to be able to care for patients with the most advanced skin malignancies.  Our faculty have also participated in national mentorship programs and will ensure that the fellow is provided guidance not only during the one year fellowship, but also throughout their career.  We are fortunate enough to have Dr. Jennifer DePry as our first fellow.  She has been an outstanding resident for the last three years and has recently served as our academic chief resident.  Dr. Depry has already presented her research on skin malignancy in hematopoietic cell transplant recipients at the national American Society for Dermatologic Surgery annual meeting, and her research has been accepted for publication in JAMA Dermatology.  We are very excited about the addition of this new fellowship and know that offering this fellowship adds to our standing as one of the most outstanding and complete Departments of Dermatology in the country.

   

 

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