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Course Description

Fellowship in dermatology is a specialized training program designed for physicians who wish to further sub-specialize in a specific area of dermatology. These fellowships provide additional education and hands-on experience beyond the standard dermatology residency training. Fellowships in dermatology typically focus on areas such as dermatopathology (the study of skin diseases at a microscopic level), Mohs surgery (a precise surgical technique for skin cancer removal), cosmetic dermatology (procedures aimed at enhancing the appearance of the skin), pediatric dermatology (specializing in skin conditions affecting children), dermatologic surgery (surgical procedures related to the skin), or laser dermatology (utilizing laser technology for various skin conditions).

The primary goal of a fellowship in dermatology is to provide specialized training and expertise in a particular area of dermatology beyond what is covered in a standard dermatology residency program. This specialized training allows dermatologists to become experts in their chosen subspecialty, whether it's dermatopathology, pediatric dermatology, dermatologic surgery, laser dermatology, or another field.

Upon completion of the programme learners will be able to:

  • Interpret histopathological findings and correlate them with clinical presentations, particularly in the case of dermatopathology fellowships.
  • Provide comprehensive care to patients with specific needs, such as children with pediatric dermatologic conditions or individuals requiring specialized surgical interventions.
  • Utilize advanced technologies and treatment modalities relevant to their subspecialty, staying abreast of the latest developments and advancements in the field.
  • Engage in scholarly activities, including research projects, publications, and presentations, contributing to the body of knowledge in dermatology.

Programmes at MediCOLL learning are developed by eminent doctors with rich clinical experience across the medical field that enhance learners skills, attributes and expertise substantially that allows them to build their career more proficiently. Join the programme and nourish your clinical practice.

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Fellowship training equips dermatologists with advanced procedural skills, technical expertise, and specialized knowledge

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Fellowships in dermatology offer training, skills, and support for specialization and contribution.

12 Months of online classes which includes 2 months of Clinical Observership in a leading hospital under the guidance of a senior dermatologist.

  • Classes by experienced faculties
  • Flexible learning mode
  • Live doubt clearing sessions
  • Educator support through LMS
  • Periodic Webinars
  • CPD- Continuing Professional Development
  • Collaboration with e-Integrity to provide world class training program from UK National Health services.
  • Scholarship available for deserving candidates (conditions apply)

Module:1 Introduction of Dermatology

  • Encryption
  • Dermoscopy
  • Practice Session 1
  • Practice Session 2
  • Regional Variations of Psoriasis
  • Management of Widespread Psoriasis with Conventional Systemic Agents
  • Biological Drugs in Psoriasis
  • Exacerbating Factors in Atopic Eczema
  • Emollient Therapy in AD
  • Topical Steroids and Calcineurin Inhibitors
  • Treatment of Vitiligo
  • Leg Ulcers
  • Adult lymphoedema

Module:2 Inflammatory dermatoses

  • Skin rash
  • Seborrhoeic Dermatitis
  • Venous Eczema
  • Discoid Eczema
  • Pompholyx
  • Asteatotic Eczema
  • Nodular Prurigo
  • Lichen Simplex
  • Lichen Planus
  • Annular Erythemas
  • Erythroderma
  • Pregnancy Dermatoses

Module:3 Dermatopathology

  • Histopathology and Laboratory Processes
  • Taking the Right Biopsy
  • Histopathology Techniques
  • Disorders of Collagen and Elastic Tissue
  • Granulomatous Inflammation
  • Lichenoid and Interface Dermatoses
  • Cutaneous Deposits
  • Adnexal Sebaceous Lesions
  • Malignant Sweat Glands

Module:4 Pediatric Dermatology

  • Neonatal Rashes
  • Congenital Melanocytic Naevi
  • Capillary Malformation
  • Infantile Haemangioma (Strawberry Mark)
  • Venous Malformations and Their Management in Children
  • Childhood Lymphatic Disorders
  • Infantile Seborrhoeic Dermatitis
  • Eczema Herpeticum
  • Phytodermatitis
  • Viral Exanthemas
  • Viral Exanthemas and Kawasaki Disease
  • Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome (SSSS)
  • Head Lice
  • Infantile Psoriasis
  • Facial Lumps and Bumps: Pilomatrixoma
  • A Cutaneous Lump in a Child

Module:5 Dermatological surgery

  • Local Anaesthesia
  • Suturing Skills I
  • Suturing Skills II
  • Cautery and Electrosurgery

Module:6 Systemic diseases

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
  • Antiphospholipid Syndrome
  • Morphoea
  • Skin Manifestations of Rheumatoid Disease
  • Perniosis
  • Cutaneous Vasculitis I: Small Vessel Vasculitides
  • Cutaneous Vasculitis II: Small and Medium Vessel Vasculitides and Obstructive Vasculopathy

Module:7 Bullous disorders

  • Pemphigus
  • Linear IgA Bullous Dermatosis
  • Bullous Pemphigoid

Module:8 Hair and nail disorders

  • Diffuse Hair Loss
  • Localised Alopecia
  • Nail Disorders
  • Scarring Hair Loss

Module:9 Sebaceous and sweat gland disorders

  • Axillary Hyperhidrosis
  • Acne
  • Rosacea and Perioral Dermatitis

Module:10 Cutaneous allergy

  • Patch testing technique and interpretation
  • A beautician with facial dermatitis
  • Dermatitis in a leg ulcer patient
  • Occupational dermatitis
  • Baseline patch test series
  • Plant dermatitis

Module:11 Genetics

  • Glossary of Genetic Terms
  • Relevant Epidermal Structures
  • Using Genetic Family Histories in Dermatological Practice
  • The Genetic Ichthyoses
  • Diffuse Keratoderma I
  • Keratoderma II
  • The Moving Rash
  • Scanty Hair
  • Blistering on the Hands and Feet
  • A Child with Photosensitivity and Blistering

Module:12 Photodermatology

  • Sunlight and Human Exposure
  • Vitamin D in Health and Disease
  • The Minimal Erythema Dose and its Uses
  • Phototesting Using the Irradiation Monochromator
  • A Florid Rash During Phototherapy
  • Not All that Itches is Eczema
  • Scarring Eruption I
  • Scarring Eruption II
  • Sunburn - Or Is It?
  • Porphyria
  • Photosensitivity in Childhood

Module:13 Genito-urinary medicine

  • Sexual History
  • Diagnosing Gonorrhoea
  • Gonorrhoea: Natural History and Management
  • Disseminated Gonorrhoea
  • Chlamydia Trachomatis: Natural History and Management
  • Early infectious Syphilis
  • Diagnosis and Management of Late Syphilis

Module:14 Genital disorders

  • Male Genital Examination
  • Candida and Yeast Infections
  • History and Examination - Female
  • Lichen Planus - Female
  • Lichen Sclerosus - Female
  • Genital Lumps
  • Cervical Intra-epithelial Neoplasia (CIN)
  • VIN, PIN and VAIN
  • HIV Related Malignancy
  • Other Infectious Conditions Affecting The Male Genitalia
  • Other Infectious Conditions Affecting The Female Genitalia
  • Bullous Disorders of the Genitalia
  • Non-infective Genital Ulceration
  • Genital Oedema
  • Localised Vulval Pain
  • Vaginal Discharge
  • Trichomonas Vaginalis
  • Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Recurrent Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Infective Causes of Balanitis
  • Infective Causes of Vulvitis
  • Genital Herpes
  • Initial and Recurrent HSV
  • Herpes infections in HIV
  • Anogenital Warts
  • LGV, Chancroid and Donovanosis
  • Scabies and Pediculosis Pubis

Module:16 Skin Cancer

  • Diffuse Pigmented Naevi
  • Actinic Keratosis and Bowen's Disease
  • Cysts
  • Clinical Variants of Melanoma
  • Management of Melanoma
  • Basal Cell Carcinoma
  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma
  • Paget's Disease of the Nipple and Extra-mammary Paget's Disease
  • Angiosarcoma
  • Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma and B cell lymphoma

Module:17 Psychodermatology

  • Dermatitis Artefacta
  • Delusions of Parasitosis
  • Introduction to Psychosocial Management in Dermatology
  • Psychosocial Assessment in Dermatology Practice
  • Psychological Interventions for Dermatology Patients

Module:18 Topical therapy

  • Topical Corticosteroids and Appropriate Use in Dermatology I
  • Topical Corticosteroids and Appropriate Use in Dermatology II
  • Vitamin D Analogues
  • Topical Antifungal Agents
  • Cytotoxics and Imiquimod
  • MBBS Graduates.
  • Applicants who are in their final year can also apply.
  • MD/DNB/FNB & residents working in healthcare.


Programme Validity – 10 months (online) + 2 month(Practical training).
There will be an extra charge for the extension of the course validity.

Fellowship Online Registrations


Fellowship Online Education Program

Blended Programme

Fellowship Webinar

Live Webinar

Fellowship Online Courses


Fellowship Program Online exam

Online Assessment

Fellowship Program Certificate


Why Choose Us

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  • Expert Faculty
  • Comprehensive Curriculum
  • Hands-On Training
  • Cutting-Edge Technology
  • Comprehensive Support Services
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Flexible Learning Options
  • Global Recognition
  • Commitment to Excellence
  • Multidisciplinary Approach

Frequently Asked Questions

A dermatology fellowship is an advanced training program that allows dermatologists to specialize further in a specific area of dermatology beyond their residency training.

Subspecialties include dermatopathology, pediatric dermatology, dermatologic surgery, laser dermatology, and more.

Fellowships generally one year, depending on the specific subspecialty and program requirements.

Requirements may vary but typically include completion of medical bachelor degree, board certification or eligibility, letters of recommendation, personal statement, and sometimes research experience.

Benefits include specialized training, advanced skills development, mentorship, networking opportunities, and enhanced career prospects.

Programs typically consist of clinical rotations, webinars, LMS, conferences, and sometimes teaching responsibilities.

Career prospects may include academic positions, clinical leadership roles, private practice opportunities, or further specialization.

Some programs may accept international medical graduates, but eligibility requirements and visa considerations vary by program and country.

You can search for accredited fellowship programs through professional organizations, online databases. Application processes typically involve submitting materials directly to the program of interest.

Programme Director

Dr. Anjali Bhatt
Dr. Minal Mohit

Consultant Physician & Diabetologis
MBBS, MD, F.DIAB, F.Endo, MSc Endo, Pune As a practicing diabetes, endocrine and metabolic physician, She strongly believe that life-style plays an important role in management of obesity, diabetes and to a large extent other hormonal disorders. She's passionate about working on various methods that can reverse life-style disorders and help improve metabolism.

Course Mentor

Dr. Rajesh Raman
Dr. Rajesh Raman

Consultant Physician & Diabetologist

Deliverable (Digital Content) Provider

Eintegrity healthcare e-learning
University of Liverool
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
Royal College of Physicians
Mangalayatan University

Frequently Asked Quetions

Physicians (MBBS with valid MCI registration) and final year MBBS students are eligible to access most programs. However, certain certificate programs may be available to alternate medicine graduates; these exceptions will be indicated in the Course Descriptions.

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MediCOLL recognizes the value of a comprehensive fellowship program, and believes that a practical observership is an essential part of it. This program enables students to gain experience in a hospital setting and perform a variety of tasks, such as being part of the decision-making process for patient care, as well as learning how to utilize equipment and observe experienced doctors performing procedures. Depending on the interests, abilities and experience of the students, they may be able to perform certain tasks or assist a doctor or consultant. How does assessment work for these courses? Here are levels of assessments What are the accreditations and recognition of course? What kind of certificate I will get? What is the placement support provided? Can I cancel my course before completion? — Dr. Maheeb Rehman, MBBS Wonderful Opportunity for Doctors who really want to improve their skills with knowledge — Dr. Aman Shaw, MBBS Excellent faculties and much informative study material with practical learning. truly impressed. — Dr. Santosh kamble, MBBS, MS Best platform available which keeps your updated in the field of Diabetology. It was an amazing leaning experience. ₹155,000.00 Course levelFellowship Programs Course Duration12 Months LanguageEnglish

There would be multiple online assessments and one viva-voce for fellowship levels. There would be quiz in the LMS after each milestone and students must complete to move to next level.

  1. Online exam after each key stage. This is required to move to next stage
  2. Online exam after completing all modules. This would be detailed exam.
  3. Post passing in detailed exam there would be viva-voce.
  4. All these steps must be done prior to observership (for Fellowship only).
  5. There would be one exam after observership(for Fellowship only).
  6. After completing all the exams Certificate would be awarded
  7. For each online exam there would be two attempts given. Post that it would be chargeable.
  8. There is no schedule required for each online exam. It would be automatically available based on completing of previous stage.
  9. For viva-voice there would be schedule given and students must clear in first attempt. Next attempt would be chargeable and must be done when next schedule is available.

MediCOLL offers up-skilling program for healthcare professionals so that they can treat patients with better care and skills. There are multiple accreditations available for each course and they are mentioned in brochure.

MediCOLL does not offer any program using which a healthcare professional can call himself/herself specialist (i.e. diabetologist, cardiologist etc). However it gives significant clinical knowledge and global trend about the specific topic so that student is able to give better care to the patients. It also connects students with experts so that they can understand the topic in detail and clarify any doubts they may have for the topic.

In any way this program does not replace formal medical education, however it supports continuous learning of health care professionals.

These programme are not recognized by Medical Council of India or any other state medical council.

Once completed all necessary assessments you would get electronic copy of certificate and a framed certificate at the e-mail address and physical address provided at the time of registration. All students must have completed course duration, assessments and all formalities of the program to get the certificate.

MediCOLL does provide any placement guarantee however our partner hospitals continuously need qualified professionals and those jobs would be posted on the LMS and we would be able to connect with right hospital.

We have refund policy in place. There would be deduction of administrative fee and other charges and remaining fee can be refunded.

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