The Department of Dermatology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison features educational programs that reach practicing physicians in the local community and across the region.
The department, part of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, trains dermatology residents in two distinct programs and introduces medical students to dermatology.
The Department of Dermatology also offers a Mohs surgery fellowship. The Procedural Dermatology Fellowship/Mohs Surgery Program is under the direction of Stephen N. Snow, MD, who completed a one-year fellowship from 1981 to 1982 with Frederic E. Mohs, MD, who developed the Mohs surgical procedure at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The department is part of the innovative research community at UW-Madison and has programs in both clinical and basic science. Investigators address a variety of problems focusing on:
The dermatology department's tradition of innovation includes the development of the sun protection factor (SPF), the universal standard for rating sun protection.
Dermatology Information at www.dermatology.wisc.edu
Education, Residencies and Fellowships
Patient Care Information at www.uwhealth.org