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Join Us on September 2 and 15th for a Virtual Meet and Greet

The Tulane Department of Dermatology would like you to join us for a virtual meet-and-greet to learn about our program.  dermatology meet & greet announcement
September 2nd at 7pm CST
September 15th at 7pm CST
For more information, click on the picture or contact duquesne@tulane.edu

Applicant Information

For the 2022 application cycle, we will offer 4 advanced positions to begin on July 1, 2023. We will be accepting applications through Electronic Residency Application Service and we are also participating in the Supplemental ERAS Application. All applications must be received through this program. We require the following:

  • USMLE Step 1
  • USMLE Step 2 CK (recommended but not required) There is no minimum score.
  • 3 Letters of recommendations- at least 1 dermatologist letter
  • Participation in research (any medical specialty)
  • Dean’s letter
  • Transcript
  • Supplemental ERAS application

We are committed to training a dermatology workforce that reflects the rich diversity of race, gender, religion, national origin, ethnicity, age and sexual orientation found in the unique community of New Orleans.

Each application is reviewed by faculty members of the review committee with emphasis on holistic review. Interviews are by invitation only and 3 interview days are held in December and January each year. Residents participate in the recruitment process during interviews.


For the 2022 application cycle, interviews will be virtual, in-person or hybrid. Interview dates are Dec 10, 2021, January 7, 2022 and January 14, 2022.

Interview invites are generally sent in November

Tulane Preliminary Medicine

We strongly encourage all of our applicants to consider the Tulane Internal Medicine Preliminary Medicine program. Tulane Preliminary residents who are pursuing Dermatology work in the Tulane Dermatology clinics every 5th week of their intern year. You gain important skills about navigating patient care within the Tulane and University Medical Centers. This equates to 12 weeks of dermatology exposure during your preliminary year!

Contact Us

Elizabeth DuQuesne
Residency Program Coordinator
Department of Dermatology
Tulane University School of Medicine
1430 Tulane Avenue, #8036
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: 504-988-5126
Email: duquesne@tulane.edu

Tulane Dermatology Residency Program Meet and Greet Flyer and registration