Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship

The Micrographic Surgery and Dermatologic Oncology (MSDO) Fellowship at the University of Colorado is a one-year fellowship accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) which begins on July 1st of each academic year, and is based within the Department of Dermatology on the Anschutz Medical Campus.  The University of Colorado has offered a fellowship in Mohs Micrographic Surgery for over 30 years, and graduates of the program are in academic, military, and private practice settings all over the United States and internationally.

Faculty:

Dr. Mariah Brown serves as the Program Director for the MSDO fellowship.  Dr. Brown has been Program Director for seven years and oversees the educational curriculum for the fellowship.  Dr. Misha Miller is core faculty for the fellowship and serves as the Associate Program Director for both the MSDO fellowship and Dermatology residency.

Affiliated faculty include:  Oculoplastics (Dr. Eric Hink and Dr. Sophie Liao); Cutaneous Oncology (Dr. Theresa Medina and Dr. Karl Lewis); Radiation Oncology (Dr. Ryan Lanning); ENT Facial Plastics (Dr. Adam Terella); and Dermatopathology (Dr. Joshua Wisell and Dr. Whitney High).

Clinical:

The fellowship focuses on the management of complex cutaneous oncology patients at a tertiary medical center.  Fellows participate in Mohs micrographic surgery five days a week, with an average case volume of approximately 1,500 Mohs cases per year.  Training emphasizes Mohs surgery, surgical reconstruction, and multi-disciplinary patient care.  Fellows are exposed to the full range of surgical and medical management of cutaneous neoplasms.  There is no dedicated cosmetic or general dermatology portion of the fellowship.    

Research:

The faculty and fellows in MSDO participate in translational and clinical research, including tumor banking.  They also participate in the University of Colorado Cutaneous Oncology Research Collaborative.  MSDO fellows undertake their own independent research and scholarly projects during the course of the academic year.

Other:

Salary, vacation, and benefits are set by the University of Colorado Graduate Medical Education Department.  The MSDO fellow is considered a PGY-5 position, regardless of prior years of training.

The Graduate Medical Education website will provide additional information on the fellowship program, as well as an informative video on training at the University of Colorado.


June ParkCurrent fellow: June Park, MD   

Undergraduate School Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO (2011)
Medical School University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago, IL (2016)
Internship (Internal Medicine Preliminary) SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital, St. Louis, MO (2017)
Residency (Dermatology) Stony Brook University School of Medicine, Stony Brook, NY (2020)
Hometown Wilmette, Illinois
Dermatology Interests Mohs surgery, complex cutaneous oncology 
Other Interests/Hobbies Traveling, exploring new restaurants, spending time with family, friends and Cally the cat



How to apply

  • ​All applicants must submit materials through the San Francisco Match (SF Match).
  • There are no additional materials required for application.
  • Our SF Match program number is 3510.
  • The institution does not interview or accept residents who have not completed ACGME-accredited dermatology residencies.
  • Application deadline is September 1, 2020.
  • Interviews will be conducted virtually during August, September, and October using a secure Zoom platform.
  • Our department is currently unable to accommodate resident rotators from external institutions.

Additional information can be obtained from our fellowship coordinator, Julie Clarke, at 720-848-0597 or Julie.Clarke@CUAnschutz.edu. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Program Director

Mariah Brown, MD

 

Associate Program Director

Misha Miller, MD

 

Contact

Julie Clarke
Residency and Fellowship Coordinator
720-848-0597