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Application Information

The Duke Department of Dermatology offers 5 residency positions per year. Candidates should submit their applications, including three letters of recommendation, by November 1st of the current match cycle. Our residency positions are listed as “Dermatology” (1529080A0), “Duke Dermatology Diversity” (1529080A2), and "Duke Dermatology Research" (1529080A3) in ERAS.
One dermatology position, the Duke Dermatology Diversity and Community Engagement position (called Duke Dermatology Diversity on ERAS), requires additional application information. Please note: additional application information is due 11/1/20. All applicants are eligible to apply for this position, and applicants may apply to both Dermatology and Duke Dermatology Diversity positions. Please click here for detailed information about the Duke Dermatology Diversity and Community Engagement application process.
The other four dermatology positions per year, the Dermatology and Duke Dermatology Research positions, do not require additional application information.  Please click here for more information about the Duke Dermatology Research position.
Prior to appointment at Duke Dermatology, residents must have successfully completed a broad-based clinical year (PGY1) in an emergency medicine, family medicine, general surgery, internal medicine, obstetrics & gynecology, pediatrics, or transitional year program accredited by the ACGME, or in such a program located in Canada and accredited by the RCPSC or CFPC. The PGY1 year must be arranged by the candidate independently. Registration with the Selective Service as required by federal law is required for residency.
Duke Dermatology participates in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and the National Resident Matching Program. We do not participate in SOAP. Prospective trainees are encouraged to review Duke Graduate Medical Education information and requirements at this link: GME Prospective Trainees

Duke Dermatology interviews for the 2020-2021 season will be conducted virtually.  These will be half day interview sessions conducted on the following dates and times:

  • December 7, 2020 afternoon session
  • January 13, 2021 morning and afternoon session available
  • January 19, 2021 morning and afternoon session available

  • Applicants applying for the Dermatology research position will be asked to give a short talk describing their research work on the morning of January 20, 2021
Questions regarding Duke Dermatology Residency program should be directed to:
Jessica Braddock
Duke University Medical Center
Residency Program, Department of Dermatology
Room 3386, Orange Zone, Duke South, Box 3822
Durham, NC 27710