Internal medicine, general surgery, family practice, obstetrics & gynecology, pediatrics, or emergency medicine is a prerequisite for dermatology residency.
PGY2 through PGY4
The purpose of residency training in the department of dermatology is to develop the knowledge, skills, habits and experience of a competent dermatologist. To achieve that goal, residents participate in provision of medical care and in education as outlined.
Courses and Conferences
Residents are given a stipend over the three-year course of residency to cover costs associated attending meetings. The Indiana Cutaneous Biology Course is required once during residency and its cost will be covered by the department. The St. Louis University dermatopathology course is held yearly in the spring. The department pays for registration and travel. Required conference days are not counted against vacation time.