How to post information about your Dermatology Research Fellowship?

Dear Dermatology Programs,

Thank you for visiting our website. Identifying research fellowship availabilities can be a formidable task. In hopes to help applicants accomplish this task, posted below is information concerning historical and current research fellowships. If you would like to help applicants learn about your Dermatology Research Fellowship by posting openings on DIGA’s website, please email a brief description of the fellowship, eligibility criteria, and application instructions to

Thank you for your participation!

Research Forums

Available Research Fellowships

University of South Florida Clinical Research Fellowship
The Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery at the University of South Florida is offering a 2 year non-ACGME accredited clinical research fellowship.
Our fellowship program has a structured curriculum that includes online and live didactics for the fellow, participation in all of the academic activities of the Department of Dermatology, and a continuous evaluative process. The research fellow will learn to develop research protocols, identify funding opportunities, formulate grant applications, submit studies for IRB approval, and will participate in diverse clinical trials including inflammatory dermatoses, cutaneous lymphomas and inpatient dermatology.
Start Date: July 1, 2019
Graduates from U.S. accredited medical schools that complete their internship year by July 1st 2019 are eligible to apply.
Application materials:
Curriculum Vitae
USMLE 1, 2 and 3 transcripts
List of 3 references with their contact information
Brief statement of career goals
Lizzette Sanchez, M.A.
Administrative Specialist
Application deadline: date open until further notice

National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) Psoriatic Disease Research Fellowships
Applications are now being accepted for National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) Psoriatic Disease Research Fellowships that support MDs or medical students for a mentored research year focused on psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis.  They are one-year awards up to $50,000.  All interested applicants are encouraged to visit to learn more and apply.
Documents Attached:
Mount Sinai Dermatology Research Fellowship in NYC – MD required
Dermatology research fellowship position available for July 2019.
The Dermatopharmacology Fellowship is a two-year, non-ACGME accredited program that introduces fellows to the fundamental principles of conducting clinical trials in dermatology, including understanding how to design, implement, and analyze trials under the principles of Good Clinical Practice and accepted ethical standards. Fellows will have the opportunity to design and conduct studies of their own and participate in ongoing and new projects based in the Department.
Projects encompass many areas in dermatology, including psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, alopecia areata, pseudoxanthoma elasticum, acne, wrinkles, and skin cancer. Fellows are expected to attend investigator meetings, present original research results at regional and national meetings, and publish their findings when appropriate.
Our Department introduced its first Dermatopharmacology Fellowship program in 1994. Since then, dozens of physicians have successfully completed the program.
How to Apply
To apply, email your CV and USMLE scores to Giselle Singer, Director, Dermatopharmacology Fellowship Program at
Please note: completion of an intern year (preliminary, transitional, or at least an intern year of another specialty) is required before starting July 2019.

Research Fellowship Position – Case Western University
Please contact: if interested.

The CDC Experience Applied Epidemiology Fellowship:

One year fellowship in applied epidemiology for medical students.  Selected students will spend 10-12 months at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, GA.  Students will gain an in-depth understanding of applied epidemiology, the role of epidemiology in medicine, and the role of a physician in the public health system.

Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship for Medical Students:

The Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship (CRF) provides support for one year of full-time clinical research training. The main goal of the program is to encourage medical students to pursue careers in clinical research. Interested medical students must be willing to take a year out from school and conduct fellowship research and training at one of 12 hosting medical schools.

Sarnoff Fellowship Program:

The Sarnoff Fellowship Program offers medical students enrolled in accredited U.S. medical schools the opportunity to spend a year conducting intensive work in a biomedical research laboratory in the United States, other than the medical school in which they are enrolled.

%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close