We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Heather Jones will be our new Associate Residency Program Director, starting July 1. Dr. Jones is a passionate and dedicated clinician and educator, caring for some of our most complex patients, participating in multi-disciplinary work with rheumatology in lupus clinic, consistently innovating in resident education, and engaging in medical education-related scholarly work. She is also our 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year. Dr. Jones will be an outstanding addition to our residency program leadership!
We are so proud to welcome this amazing group of future dermatologists who will contribute meaningfully to our program and to our field.
Congratulations to all on Match Day 2021!
Check out Dr. Brian Kim discussing his innovative work in itch and the intersection between neuroscience, dermatology, and immunology as part of the Global Dermatology Talks series on November 16th. Register here.
Washington University Dermatology Residency Program Director, Dr. Ilana Rosman, was interviewed on Topical: The Dermatology Podcast about
the upcoming residency application process, and how she has worked with the Association of Professors of Dermatology to improve the process for both students and programs.
Residency program director Dr. Ilana Rosman will participate in a panel for medical students applying to dermatology residency this year. The panel is sponsored by the Association of Professors of Dermatology and the Dermatology Interest Group Association.
From left to right: Abbey Rosenberg, Naina Rengarajan, John Strickley, Lily Chen, Daniel Schlessinger, Cynthia Wang, Ian Ferugson
Thank you to Dr. Milan Anadkat for his leadsership of the residency program over the last 8 years. Welcome Dr. Ilana Rosman, who has been serving as Associate Program Director for the last 4 years, as the new Residency Program Director. Dr. Kara Blackwell will be joining her as Associate Residency Program Director. Both are excited to continue moving our program forward.
We are so very proud of all of our graduating residents, and know they will contribute in meaningful ways to dermatology, caring for patients, teaching and mentoring trainees, and making new discoveries. We wish you all the best in your future!