Graduate (Years 3 & 4)
The School of Medicine launched its new curriculum, Translational Education at Carolina (TEC) in August 2014. TEC is composed of three phases: Foundation Phase (formerly Years 1 and 2), Application Phase (formerly year 3) and Individualization Phase (formerly year 4). For more information on TEC, visit https://www.med.unc.edu/md/curriculum/tec-curriculum-information/.
Application Phase (formerly year 3)
For information on the Application Phase, visit https://www.med.unc.edu/md/curriculum/tec-curriculum-information/application-phase
Individualization Phase (formerly year 4)
For information on the Individualization Phase, visit http://www.med.unc.edu/md/curriculum/tec-curriculum-information/individualization-phase
For information on all fourth year courses, visit https://woodland.med.unc.edu/electivesbook/courses.aspx?CreditHours=6&TypeofGradReq=Elective&dept=Dermatology
Derm 401 3: Dermatology Advanced Clinical Selective
Completing DERM 401 3 early in Individualization Phase (Blocks 2-5) is encouraged for any student interested in potentially applying for dermatology residency
Derm 402/102: Dermatology Research
Must contact Dr. Julie Mervak to discuss availability of research projects prior to requesting permission to register
Derm 499v: Virtual Dermatology Research
For visiting medical students only as alternative to in-person away rotation during the current limitations of Covid-19 pandemic. Must apply through VSAS prior to arranging registration.
For scheduling and availability, visit http://www.med.unc.edu/md.
Medical Student Slides:
|Module 1||Module 6|
|Module 2||Module 7|
|Module 3||Module 8|
|Module 4||Module 9|
|Module 5||Module 10|
|Module 11 – Peds|