Our program educates trainees on cultural awareness, trains residents in dermatologic conditions in hair and skin of color, provides dermatologic care to marginalized populations, and mentors minority students of different educational levels. We offer additional resources to residents who are underrepresented minorities in medicine and/or financially disadvantaged.
BWH Cutaneous Sarcoidosis and Granulomatous Diseases Clinic
BWH Skin of Color Dermatology Program: Dermatology care to patients with darker skin, including patients of Asian, African American, Arab and Hispanic backgrounds.
BWH Vitiligo Clinic
Cambridge Health Alliance: Dermatology care in a neighborhood clinic setting with an ethnically and racially diverse population.
Fenway Health Center: Dermatology care with an emphasis on the care of members of the LGBTQ community.
Hansen Clinic at Lahey: Clinic focused on the care of patients with leprosy
MGH Multi-Ethnic Skin and Pigmentary clinic: Clinic addressing the unique needs of patients with pigmentary disorders and darker skin tones.
MGH Multi-Ethnic Skin Laser Clinic: Laser and procedural clinic addressing the unique needs of patients with pigmentary disorders and darker skin tones.
MGH Chelsea Health Center and BIDMC Chelsea: Dermatology care in a neighborhood clinic setting with an ethnically diverse population.
VA Clinic, West Roxbury: Outpatient and inpatient care of veterans.
Navajo Reservation, Shiprock NM: One to two-week clinical experience providing dermatological care to this underserved population.
Project Phoenix: Pro bono tattoo removal for individuals leaving gang culture.
Telehealth at Cambridge Health Alliance
Biomedical Sciences Careers Program: Biennial conference mentoring students interested in biomedical sciences from high school to graduate level
MGH Youth Scholars: Longitudinal program that introduces health careers to gifted inner city high school students.
Inaugural year of MGH Youth Scholars Dermatology Curriculum