Thank you for your interest in the Dermatology Residency Program offered by the Department of Dermatology at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
Our three year ACGME-accredited program affords outstanding professional training for residents in the latest skills and knowledge of dermatology in order to provide patients with quality care.
The department takes pride in offering:
UI Department of Dermatology has excellent clinical and surgical training, and collegial, easygoing residents, faculty, and staff.
I chose Iowa Dermatology for the people and its reputation of training stellar, well-rounded dermatologists. I count my fellow residents as friends and my faculty as approachable, inspiring mentors.
Iowa had everything I was looking for-- great facilities, engaging faculty, and hard-working residents who were truly happy to be a part of their dermatology training program.
The faculty are incredibly supportive and dedicated to resident education. I continue to be impressed by my fellow residents who are extremely hard working, very supportive, and lots of fun.
When I interviewed at Iowa, I was very impressed with how happy the residents were and how much fun they seemed to have together. That, combined with the excellent clinical training and the wonderful faculty, made Iowa the perfect place for me!
The University of Iowa is the ideal place for me to continue my medical training because it has the perfect combination of dedicated faculty, resident autonomy, and Big Ten football!
I chose UI Dermatology because of its reputation for providing exceptional clinical and surgical training. The faculty and staff are incredibly supportive and the residents are friendly and hard-working.
The faculty are incredibly supportive and enthusiastic about teaching. The comradary among residents makes this an excellent environment to learn and have fun!
The first thing that attracted me to Iowa Dermatology was the quality of clinical training. As a resident here the quality of training has exceeded my expectations.
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