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Fellowship Training

General Information

Upon completion of a dermatology residency, a physician can apply to participate in a Micrographic Surgery & Dermatologic Oncology (Mohs) fellowship training program. Qualified applicants undergo an extremely competitive review and selection process to obtain a 1- to 2-year fellowship position with a program accredited by the ACMS (international programs), the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME; U.S. programs), or the Australasian College of Dermatologists.  ACGME and ACD programs are recognized by the ACMS, and fellowships accredited by these organizations safeguard the standards of Micrographic Surgery & Dermatologic Oncology (Mohs) by ensuring that fellows-in-training are properly trained and acquire the necessary expertise to perform the Mohs procedure. Accredited programs follow a structured curriculum that includes graded responsibility, operative and non-operative education, and exposure to long-term results, recurrences, and complications.


For ACMS membership

Requirements for ACMS Associate Membership Accreditation Type
ACGME Accredited Program ACMS or ACD Accredited Program
ACMS Associate Member Application
completed online
Fellowship Case Log
submitted online
$75 Application Fee Invoice with Payment
Letter of Recommendation
from Program Director
ACGME Milestones Report  
Attestation Form
(Completed by the ACGME Program Director)
PDF
 
Final Evaluation of Fellow-in-Training
(for ACMS-approved international programs only; Completed by the Program Director)
Word
 

Fellow-in-Training Evaluation of Fellowship Program
(for ACMS-approved international programs only)
PDF

 

Previous Fellows and Directors

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