Procedural Dermatology Fellowship

The Department of Dermatology at the University of Minnesota offers a one-year ACGME-accredited Micrographic Surgery & Dermatologic Oncology Fellowship. Our fellows are offered the highest level of training in skin cancer surgery, post-skin cancer reconstruction and aesthetic dermatology.  The fellowship offers a robust didactic curriculum with weekly textbook reviews, multi-disciplinary conferences and monthly journal clubs.

Our Mohs unit serves as a tertiary referral center for the state of Minnesota. We perform a full range of reconstructions including all manner of local and interpolation flaps. The Mohs surgery unit has two full-time fellowship-trained faculty members. Additionally, the fellowship offers rotation with full-time cosmetic dermatologists in the academic and community settings. We will accept applications for the 2022-2023 fellowship year through the San Francisco

Common case log questions - how many can I expect upon graduation?

  • Mohs cases: 580-600 (2020 Fellow: 581 total Mohs Surgical Cases; 2019 Fellow: 598 total Mohs Surgical Cases - 500 Minimum)
  • Reconstruction Procedures: 590-625 (2020 Fellow: 598 total Mohs Surgical Cases; 2019 Fellow: 617 total Mohs Surgical Cases - 500 Minimum)
  • Dermatology Procedures: 590-600 (2020 Fellow: 593 total; 2019 Fellow: 600 total Mohs Surgical Cases)

General Information and Resources

Fellowship Program Director: Ian Maher, M.D.

Fellowship Coordinator: Brayden Duckson, ducks002@umn.edu