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Dermatopathology Fellowship

Overview

This one year ACGME-accredited fellowship program in Dermatopathology is designed to for fellows who are board eligible or board certified in Pathology or Dermatology. Two ACGME accredited fellowship appointments are available with one fully- funded position available per year.

The caseload is comprised of routine cases generated from Johns Hopkins Dermatology and other Hopkins clinics and consults from outside practices, both nationally and internationally. There are three full time faculty and three part time faculty with additional expertise in immunofluorescence and oral pathology. The location of the Dermatopathology Division in the Department of Dermatology affords routine clinical/patient interaction. Pathology-trained fellows will spend time in the Johns Hopkins dermatology clinics, including pediatric, surgical, and medical subspecialty clinics. Dermatology-trained fellows will rotate through different pathology subspecialities, including surgical pathology, hematopathology, cytopathology and molecular pathology.

The fellowship is designed to provide graded clinical responsibilities. Research and teaching are integral part of the fellowship. The fellow will have responsibilities to teach dermatology and pathology residents on regular basis, and to present at multidisciplinary tumor boards and Department of Dermatology clinical conferences. The fellow will also participate in clinical and experimental research with potential for interdepartmental collaboration and presentation at national meetings.

Current Fellows

Read about our 2020-2021 fellows.

Liesl Grenier, MD

Liesl

Undergraduate Education: United States Air Force Academy
Medical School: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Preliminary Year in Medicine: Brooke Army Medical Center
Residency Training: Brooke Army Medical Center

Eugene N. Brooks, M.D., M.S.

Eugene

Undergraduate Education: B.S. Biochemistry - California State University, Fullerton
Graduate Education: M.S. Forensic Science - Marshall University
Medical School: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine
Residency Training: Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Deadline

The application deadline for the 2021-22 position is August 31, 2019.

Applying

Please e-mail Dasia Johnson at djohn211@jhmi.edu for the Dermatopathology-specific application and application requirements.

For any other information please contact:

Janis M Taube, M.D., Program Director
Inbal B Sander, M.D., Assistant Program Director
Dasia Johnson, Fellowship Coordinator
Johns Hopkins Hospital
600 N. Wolfe Street
Blalock 907
Baltimore, Maryland 21287

Phone: 410-955-3484
Fax: 410-955-2445

E-mail: djohn211@jhmi.edu