General Dermatology: Various experiences in general dermatology exist for the residents at outpatient clinics precepted by full time and auxiliary faculty members. These include:
Pediatric Dermatology: Residents spend extensive amounts of time at Nationwide Children's Hospital with board certified pediatric dermatologists, Dr. Patricia Witman and Dr. Joy Mosser. These clinics provide an excellent education opportunity to learn diagnosis and management of both common and rare pediatic dermatological diseases.
Surgical Dermatology: Residents become proficient in the full spectrum of dermatologic surgery through regularly scheduled clinics staffed by Drs. Lambert and Dr. Carr (Mohs surgeons) at the Gahanna Officenter Place Mohs unit, the James Cancer Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza and the Columbus VA clinic, Dr. Zirwas at the correctional facility, Dr. Mosser at Nationwide Children's Hospital and Dr. Carr at resident continuity surgical clinics.
Contact Dermatitis: Dr. Benjamin Kaffenberger is the contact dermatitis clinician who operates a dedicated contact dermatitis practice that provides an exceptional opportunity for residents to develop expertise in contact dermatitis.
Light Therapy: A dedicated PUVA and NB-UVB center provides an opportunity for residents to gain experience using phototherapy.
Laser Therapy: There is a monthly laser clinic directed by Dr. Massick during which residents perform Pulsed Dye Laser (PDL) procedures for rosacea, warts, and other PDL responsive dermatologic conditions.
Cosmetic Dermatology: There is minimal exposure to cosmetic dermatology in our program, as we consider this a peripheral, non-essential part of dermatology.