DERM 380 Dermatology Clinic
Conferences, lectures, and attendance at dermatology clinic where patients with wide variety of dermatoses are seen: diagnosis and treatment of common skin disorders, dermatologic surgery procedures, technique for using liquid nitrogen, culture and identification of fungi, and microscopic diagnosis of common cutaneous diseases. Part of the elective may be spent with the Pediatric Dermatology Division at Children's National Medical Center. Faculty includes: Drs. Alison Ehrlich, Adam Friedman, Frank Glass, Maria Sotomayor, and Yasmine Kirkorian. Course Duration: 4 weeks.
Phone: (202) 741-2625
Fax: (202) 741-2622
PED 411 Pediatric Dermatology
Prerequisites: Please contact Dr. Scott Norton at firstname.lastname@example.org
This elective course presents an opportunity for 4th-year medical students to learn the nature and scope of pediatric dermatology. Students will be active members of the Dermatology Service, participating in out-patient clinics and in-patient consultation rounds. Students will attend formal dermatology didactic conferences, lectures, and Grand Rounds. This rotation is designed in particular for medical students who plan a career in Pediatrics. You will learn about common pediatric skin conditions as well as complex pediatric concerns, such as congenital, infectious, parasitic, neoplastic, and secondary disorders caused by underlying systemic conditions. No Dermatology prerequisites. No weekends or call. The students will interact with Dermatology Residents and also with Children’s National Pediatric Residents and Fellows who are rotating on Dermatology. Most conferences are dermatologic in nature although there are opportunities to attend general pediatric conferences. Personal transportation may be necessary to attend clinics and conferences at NIH, Georgetown University Hospital, & Children’s National satellite clinics. Course Duration: 2-4 weeks. Course dates are flexible and do not need to coincide with GWU’s block calendar.
Phone: (202) 476-3395
Fax: (202) 476-3621