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February 1991

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Arch Dermatol. 1991;127(2):180. doi:10.1001/archderm.1991.01680020044004

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Abstract

Dermatology Visiting Fellowship.—  New York (NY) University Medical Center is offering a dermatopathology visiting fellowship that is designed to prepare dermatologists and pathologists for careers in dermatopathology in a medical center environment. This is accomplished by full participation in an active dermatopathology laboratory functioning within a department of clinical dermatology. Under supervision, the registrant learns the optimal handling of specimens and studies microscopically the more than 400 skin specimens processed daily in the laboratory. At the conclusion of the program, the fellow is expected to be expert in diagnostic dermatopathology, to be proficient in teaching the subject effectively, and to be capable of advancing the field through new observations and new concepts. The duration of the course will be 1 year and will be taught at the Dermatology Office, New York University Medical Center, Suite 7J, 530 First Ave, New York, NY. There will be 1 hour of Category 1

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