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The Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Dermatology has been home to innovations that have changed the field of dermatology, including LASER and PUVA, and continues to be a center of pioneering clinical and basic science research in many aspects of dermatology. In addition to outpatient medical dermatology and an inpatient consult service, we also provide specialty clinics, including pediatric dermatology, Melanoma and Pigmented Lesions, Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma, Allergic Contact Dermatitis, Rheumatology-Dermatology, and High Risk Skin Cancer Clinic (non-melanoma) , as well as Mohs Micrographic Surgery and a world-renowned Laser and Cosmetic Center.
Visting U.S. Medical Residents will have the opportunity of working closely with our dermatology attendings, dermatology residents, and rotating medical students. They may partake in the didactic schedule during their visit.
Visiting International Medical Residents must apply through the Mass General International Visitors Education Program.
Requirements for Clinical Rotations
If you do not have a Massachusetts Medical License, you will function as an observer not a resident. Please note: You will still need to fill out an application and complete all other requirements.
International physicians or physicians in training, please refer to the Mass General International Visitors Education Program.
Due to privacy regulations, we are unable to offer clinical rotations to undergraduate, high school students, or non-medical personnel.
Interested candidates should submit an application and email it to MGHDermRotations@partners.org. Once approved, you will need to submit the following requirements.
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