Our residency program is designed to provide outstanding clinical and didactic experiences. The program is sufficiently structured to ensure that no topics are neglected, but allows enough flexibility for the interested resident to pursue an area of expertise.
To assist us in selecting applicants to interview, we ask that in addition to submitting your ERAS application, please email your answer to the following Supplemental prompt:
After reviewing information about our program, please describe in around 100 words what you will bring to our existing program and resources.
The subject of your email should be "APPLICANT DERMATOLOGY SUPPLEMENT: Firstname Lastname, AAMC Number ######" (please replace the appropriate fields with your information).
Please send your response to the prompt to the Program Director at Joy.Mosser-Goldfarb@nationwidechildrens.org by October 15, 2018.
CTCL Fellowship @ OSU
We are recruiting for a CTCL fellow to join our team in a non-accredited ACGME fellowship; please see the recruitment brochure for more details.
2018 Recruitment Brochure.docx
Letters of Recommendation Instructions:
For the 2018-2019 Dermatology application cycle, The Ohio State University requires three letters of recommendation. We will accept both the Standard Letter of Recommendation ("SLOR") and the Narrative Letter of Recommendation ("NLOR"), but strongly encourage at least one SLOR per applicant.
We are encouraging the use of this form by other dermatology residency programs via the Association of Program Directors in Dermatology. This form is freely available for the use of standardizing the residency selection process and may be freely distributed to applicants, references, and dermatology residency programs for the use of applying to dermatology residencies in the United States and Canada.
Dermatology Standardized Letter of Recommendation- PC Only
Dermatology Standardized Letter of Recommendation- Mac Only
Additional information about OSU's Dermatology Residency can be found at https://internalmedicine.osu.edu/dermatology/education