Fellowships

The Dermatopathology Fellowship program is planned as preparation for a career in dermatopathology, either in an academic setting or in practice, with an academic orientation. Training in diagnostic dermatopathology is founded on our volume of over 100,000 accessions per year, of which 30,000 are consultations on previously prepared slides from all over the country and internationally, and thus contain a high proportion of challenging material.

Fellows see and construct reports on a proportion of cases prior to their being signed out by an attending. Ancillary diagnostic training occurs in immunoperoxidase techniques, immunofluorescence and molecular diagnostics. Research opportunities include clinicopathologic studies, immunoperoxidase, ultra structural and molecular investigation of various aspects of skin disease, in collaboration with laboratories in the departments of Pathology and Dermatology, and the UCSF Cancer Center.

Special interests include molecular cytogenetics of melanoma, cutaneous lymphomas, vascular neoplasms, and inflammatory skin disease. Our fellowship is structured as a two year experience, and from 2016 forward, the ACGME-accredited year will occur in the second year. Our philosophy is that a second year of training is desirable for almost all applicants, with the goal of developing advanced skills in diagnostic dermatopathology and developing an academic curriculum vita. 

How to Apply for Dermatopathology Fellowship

For 2019-20 academic year, complete online applications are due by September 15, 2017.

Requirements

  • Board eligible in Dermatology, Anatomic Pathology or Anatomic Pathology/Clinical Pathology.
  • Recommendation letters should be addressed to Thaddeus Mully, M.D., Fellowship Program Director. These letters MUST be uploaded directly from the referee and be on institution letterhead. Please select your referees carefully as only the first three reference letters will be included with your application when submitted to the Committee for review.

Stipend

Commensurate with PGY level. 1st Year Fellows are PGY5. 2nd Year Fellows are PGY6

Fellowship Program Director

Thaddeus Mully, M.D.

Thaddeus Mully, MD

Contact:
Miguel Marquez-Sanchez
Fellowship Coordinator
Miguel.Marquez-Sanchez@ucsf.edu 
Tel: (415) 353-7331
Fax: (415) 514-8928

Address:
Department of Pathology
University of California, San Francisco
185 Berry Street
Suite 100, Lobby 2
San Francisco, CA 94107

 


DOMESTIC MEDICAL GRADUATE

FOREIGN MEDICAL GRADUATE

If you are a Foreign Medical Graduate, please use the link to navigate to the UCSF GME Foreign Medical Graduate web page. You must complete the steps provided on their web page prior to applying to any of our fellowships.