Thomas Jefferson University
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Biology

Overview

The Department of Dermatology's world-class research programs facilitate clinical studies, investigate advances in dermatologic therapies and engage in studies of genetic skin diseases, connective-tissue disorders and skin cancers. The department is also internationally renowned as an education facility, providing residency training in dermatology, rotation programs in several specialty centers, education of medical students and frequent continuing education opportunities for dermatologists.

In addition to our nationally recognized residency program, we offer rotations and observerships in our clinic and dermatopathology lab to residents from other institutions, as well as other departments within Thomas Jefferson University. These departments include family medicine, pediatrics, pathology and any other related disciplines.

We also offer rotations and observerships in our clinic and dermatopathology lab to residents from other institutions, as well as other departments within Thomas Jefferson University. These departments include family medicine, pediatrics, pathology and any other related disciplines.