Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Skin Disease Research Center

Education

Educational activities and initiatives in the Skin Disease Research Center are managed through the Administrative Core’s Enrichment Program. This includes the SDRC website and newsletter, seminars, workshops, lectures, and one-on-one interactions with visiting distinguished scientists. The Dermatology Skin Research Morning and the SDRC Annual Research Retreat are two seminars devoted to teaching about skin biology through the sharing of research progress. The program supports several joint clinical and basic science didactic series, including the Dermatology Department’s Bench to Bedside Series, Grand Rounds and the Basic Science Journal Club, meetings of the Epithelial Cell Biology Initiative, Dermatology Research in Progress Series, the Dermatology Translational Journal Club, and the Fibrosis and Repair Group.

The Enrichment Program of the Administrative Core fosters also collaborations among SDRC users through research conferences, networking opportunities, and regular university-wide communications, including:

Basic Science Seminars

Joint Clinical and Basic Science Seminars

Cutaneous Biology Seminars

Find out about upcoming Enrichment Program-sponsored events in our News section.

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Research Opportunities

Students, residents, and fellows looking for research opportunities in skin disease should contact center members directly.

Residency and Fellowship Programs

For prospective residents and fellows looking for program information related to skin disease, please see the Department of Dermatology site’s education section.  

If you are a trainee with the T-32 in Cutaneous Biology, click here to complete an evaluation of the training program.

Learn More

In addition to SDRC lecture and event organization, the Enrichment Program also houses the Pilot and Feasibility Program (P&F) and the Minority and Gender Awareness Program, SDRC research initiatives. Learn more about the Administrative Core under About Us.