Clinical blocks in general dermatology staffed by attendings with diverse interests encompassing complex medical dermatology, immunodermatology, tropical and infectious disease, CTCL, hair diseases, and cutaneous manifestations of systemic diseases.
Educational block spent signing out cases with our staff dermatopathologists, reviewing slide collections to hone skills, and prepare slides and images for grand rounds and upcoming conferences.
Time is spent with the program's Mohs surgeons developing surgical skills and competency in performing biopsies, local excisions, Mohs, and cosmetic procedures.
Rotations based out of Children's National Medical Center and Georgetown University Hospital’s Tenleytown offices include a vascular anomalies clinic, a neurofibromatosis clinic, general pediatric dermatology clinic, a pediatric procedural clinic, and inpatient/ED consults.
Inpatient consult services at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, MedStar Washington Hospital Center, and Children’s National Medical Center
Numerous inpatient and ED consults are generated from these two large tertiary referral centers composed of 900+ beds at MedStar Washington Hospital Center and 500+ beds at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.
A specialty clinic for patients with contact dermatitis, photo-contact dermatoses, and photosensitive diseases. Patients undergo expanded series patch testing, photosensitivity MED testing, and photopatch testing.
Clinical rotations are available to upper-level residents as well as a clinical rotation at the NIH which encompasses clinics, consults, and preparation for grand rounds.