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Education / Graduate Medical Education / Prospective Fellows / Mohs Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship

Mohs Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship

Group of residentsOur Mission:

  • Our goal is to train Mohs surgeons highly capable in Mohs micrographic surgery, reconstruction and cutaneous oncology

  • We prioritize collaboration with ENT facial plastics, dermatopathology, cosmetic dermatology, medical and radiation oncology

Program Highlights:

  • Two main surgical sites located within 10 minutes of each other
  • Fellow has the flexibility to tailor fellowship based on specific interests
  • Attendance at ASDS and ACMS

Program Aims:

  • Provide training with increasing fellow independence over one year
  • Create fellow confidence and excellency in Mohs surgery and reconstruction
  • Utilize multidisciplinary approach to teach and provide high quality care in cutaneous oncology
  • Encourage scientific contributions and leadership within the field of Mohs surgery
  • Promote ethical practices within dermatology and dermatologic surgery

Learn More About Program 

Looking for our Residency Program? Go to Dermatology Residency Program

Our Fellowship by the Numbers

+ 3000

surgeries per year performed by Mohs surgeons

+ 50

years of Mohs experience

95 %

of reconstruction are done by Mohs surgeon

Learning at URMC

About the Program

The fellow is given the opportunity to tailor their interests among various sub specialties.

Mentor Relationships

Mentoring is an important part of the fellowship which will continue to last throughout the fellow's career.

Life of a URMC Fellow

Our emphasis on work/life balance is an important reason fellows choose URMC. A focus on trainees' well-being enables you to learn and thrive in Rochester.