The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruptions to medical education across the country. We understand that students’ anxiety about the upcoming application cycle has been heightened given the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 related changes to curriculum and scheduling and how this will affect the residency application process.
Are you driven by personal and professional growth? We are seeking dermatologists who expertly care for patients, lead in the discovery of new knowledge, and seek life-long education and personal improvement. Find out more about our faculty openings for 2020, 2021, and 2022.
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Do the right thing.
Embrace and shape change for a better future.
Empower collective genius. Communicate openly, directly, and honestly to build trust.
Take ownership and engage in solutions.
Seek diversity and be inclusive. Care for ourselves and our team to better serve our patients.
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News and Events
Curing Cancer With A Surgeon’s Knife A micrographic surgeon, Gloria Xu, MD, PhD, is building a library of skin cancer samples that can be used by fellow researchers to seek out innovative therapies and medicines. …February 22, 2021
Dr. LaSenna’s addition to our faculty crowns a year-long recruitment effort that has brought four brilliant new physicians into our practice.January 28, 2021
To help prospective residents prepare for the unique challenges presented by Match 2021, Department of Dermatology Chair Beth Drolet, MD, met virtually with several experts to discuss these challenges and ways to address, bypass, or overcome them.November 17, 2020
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Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 9:00 - 10:00 am; Via WebEx
Monday, April 19, 2021, 9a-10a; Virtual Seminar
Monday, May 3, 2021, 9a-10a; Virtual Seminar
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We are a team of physician-instructors, physician-scientists, and bench researchers from across the country and the world with one shared passion: providing the best dermatological care and research output in the region. Learn more about our faculty and leadership team.
UW-Madison is the home of historic dermatological innovations like Mohs surgery. Our department ranked 16th in NIH funding for research in 2017, holds 5 current VA Merit Review grants, and since 2014 has been one of only six NIAMS-funded Skin Diseases Research Centers in the nation. Our clinicians provide care in clinics and several UW-affiliated hospitals, including the Middleton…
Here is a way for you to make a real difference in the lives of people here in Madison and around the globe – contribute to the research and education missions of the Department of Dermatology! You will help support the training of new dermatologists by contributing to our residency fund. You will help find…
Dermatology turned 15 in 2017. Read about where we’ve been and where we are going as a department.
A list of selected publications by clinical and research faculty and their staff.