Cutaneous Surgery & Oncology (Mohs) Fellowship

The University of Michigan Department of Dermatology Cutaneous Surgery and Oncology (Mohs) Fellowship reflects the broad scope and growth of dermatologic surgery and cutaneous oncology. Under the direction of Tim Johnson, MD, the two-year training program encompasses comprehensive training with our cutaneous surgery and oncology faculty. Our training program involves: Mohs surgery (over 3,000 cases annually) including advanced reconstruction; multidisciplinary non-melanoma skin cancer management; cosmetic dermatology and laser surgery (over 2000 visits annually); and melanoma treatment (over 1,000 new cases annually) including advanced multidisciplinary management.

The first 12 months is an accredited ACGME Procedural Dermatology fellowship. The second year is a junior faculty position at the Clinical Lecturer level to polish comprehensive oncology, clinical and academic skills with strong mentorship tailored to the strengths and desires of the trainee.

For more information please contact our Procedural Dermatology Fellowship Program Coordinator, Lorena Gilbert at lorenag@med.umich.edu or 734-936-4190.


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