The Dermatopathology Fellowship Program at Thomas Jefferson University offers a highly-structured one-year curriculum that is tailored specifically for a fellow with a background in either dermatology or pathology. Rotations and observerships are available to interested fellows in dermatopathology, pathology and related disciplines.
The overall goal of this fellowship is to graduate highly-qualified dermatopathologists with superior skills and knowledge whose compassion, professionalism and ethics are exemplary. The fellowship’s structure and our institutional policies ensure that each fellow is appropriately supervised and trained by highly-qualified faculty in the departments of dermatology and pathology. The end results of our program are highly-trained graduates with balanced knowledge and skills in dermatology, anatomic pathology and dermatopathology.
The fellowship is an ACGME accredited program and offers a PGY – 5 level stipend. Each year, one fellow is accepted into the program.
Jason B. Lee, MD
Eligible applicants must have completed an ACGME-accredited residency in one of the following:
- Dermatology or Anatomic Pathology (AP-3)
- Anatomic Pathology/Clinical Pathology (AP/CP-4)
Application Process & Contact Information
- Application deadline is November 15th
- Download the Fellowship Application (PDF) and email completed form and supporting documents to: Kenneth.Brown@jefferson.edu
- Application Materials
- Personal Statement
- Letters of Recommendation
- Medical College Transcripts
- Dean’s Letter
- Official Score Reports (USMLE, NBME, ECFMG, FLEX)
- Send official copies of Application Materials to:
Jason B. Lee, MD
c/o Kenneth Brown
833 Chestnut Street, Suite 704
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Please download the TJU Benefits PDF which summarizes the benefits available to House Staff members of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.
Your coverages begin immediately unless a different date is shown in the summary. Through the OPT program, you will be able to select a benefits package that best suits your needs.
Residents are entitled to four weeks of vacation and one personal day each year (21 working days). The residents are not allowed to take more than one week (5 working days) at a time from any single service. In accordance with hospital policy, vacation days cannot be carried over to the following year.
The Ghohestani International Fellowship In Academic Dermatology
Jefferson Center for International Dermatology at Thomas Jefferson University and The Texas Institute of Dermatology jointly announce the availability of fellowships for young academic dermatologists for a short term visit to Philadelphia, PA and San Antonio, TX. The stipend supports housing and intercity transportation in the USA.
This fellowship is available to academic dermatologists at the early stages of their career development, interested in basic and clinical research in dermatology. The applicant should be a citizen of a developing country and have proficiency in English.
For application information contact:
Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Biology
Thomas Jefferson University
233 South 10th Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19107 USA