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Fellowship in Dermal Pathology.—
The departments of dermatology and pathology, Temple University School of Medicine have established a Postgraduate Fellowship Program in Dermal Pathology with the aid of a United States Public Health Service training grant. This program provides the opportunity for specialty training in dermal pathology and is offered to dermatologists and pathologists interested in cutaneous pathology who have completed at least two years of approved training. The stipend is $6,000 a year divided into monthly payments during the tenure of the fellowship which may extend one or more years. The training is offered by the Section of Dermal Pathology, The Skin and Cancer Hospital of Philadelphia, which has new modern laboratory facilities and is currently accessioning over 5,000 gross skin specimens each year. The large volume and variety of skin diseases processed allows for an unusual opportunity to study all basic and modern aspects of dermal pathology, including
News and Notes. Arch Dermatol. 1967;96(4):479–480. doi:10.1001/archderm.1967.01610040129026
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