A three-year residency training program in dermatology, accredited by the Arab Board of Medical Specializations and its Scientific Council of Dermatology and Venereology as well as by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education - International (ACGME-I), is offered to MD graduates following a one-year internship. The goal of the training program is to produce fully competent dermatologists capable of providing a broad spectrum of quality care to patients. Residents in training are involved in daily general and specialty clinics, including phototherapy, , dermatologic surgery, skin oncology, hair and nail, and connective tissue clinics. An equivalent tuition fee-based residency training program is also open to foreign medical graduates. For more information regarding qualifying examination and pre-requisite criteria, please follow the link to the
Admission to GME Programs
DERM 267 Elective in Dermatology 9.90-180
Students participate in the morning clinics (general dermatology) and afternoon clinics (including hair and nail and Genodermatoses clinics), as well as seminars, conferences, journal club, and assignments of audio-visual teaching material. Students can participate in on-going clinical research programs. At the end of the four-week rotation, a final examination is offered to students. This course is offered to AUB and Non-AUB students. Four weeks.