The fourth year medical student rotation at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is four weeks in duration. The rotation is one week of inpatient consultations and three weeks outpatient clinics.
Orientation is scheduled the first day of each rotation at UNC Dermatology at 8:00 a.m. at 410 Market Street, Suite 400, in Southern Village, Chapel Hill.
In addition to clinical requirements, students are required to attend conferences. Grades are based on faculty and resident evaluations, end of rotation test, and performance during consult week.
Students must also mail/fax/email the following four items to the Department of Dermatology (see address, fax number and email below).
1. Medical school transcript for all coursework during years 1 and 2 (or Basic Sciences) and
2. USMLE or equivalent Part One Board Scores
3. Letter stating which rotation dates are requested in preferred order. (See rotation dates
below). Include in this letter a statement saying whether or not you are interested in
being considered for UNC's Dermatology Residency Program.
4. Current Curriculum Vitae
Once these items are received, they are reviewed by Drs. Craig Burkhart and Dean Morrell. The applicant is informed of acceptance as soon as a decision is made. If the applicant is approved for a rotation, he or she must contact Leanne Shook at UNC's Student Affairs Office, 919-843-7095 as soon as possible for instructions for applying to the UNC School of Medicine. (This includes In-State applicant.) Out-of-state applicants are required to pay a $50 application fee to the UNC School of Medicine.
Due to the popularity of our program, we are only able to accommodate 1 visiting student per rotation. We will accept more than 1 visiting student if space is available after UNC's drop/add dates.
Rotation Dates for Academic Year 2012-2013
July 1 – July 26
|August 26 - September 20|
July 29 – August 23
|September 23 - October 18
To apply to UNC's Dermatology fourth Year Medical Student Rotation program, please mail, fax, or email the above 4 required items to: Cherie Ezuka, Medical Student Services Coordinator, UNC Department of Dermatology, 410 Market Street, Suite 400, Campus Box 7715, Chapel Hill, NC 27516; Fax: 919-966-6460; Telephone: 919-843-5539; email: Cherie_Ezuka@med.unc.edu.
For more information on the Visiting Student Program at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,