For Trainees & Residents

The Society for Investigative Dermatology is committed to fostering the careers of the next generation of scientists. We believe that the future of academic dermatology research rests on the shoulders of young investigators and we encourage them to engage with the SID by attending our preeminent dermatologic educational conferences and meetings. With this purpose in mind, the SID created the PhD Retreat for Future Investigators and the Dermatology Resident Retreat for Future Academicians.
 
2016 SID PhD RETREAT FOR FUTURE INVESTIGATORS 
The nomination process will open late Fall 2015
The SID PhD Retreat for Future Investigators is designed to provide PhDs in training, or pursuing a post doc fellowship, with an overview of different pathways available to a PhD interested in dermatologic research. The novel program will features special emphasis on grants and grant writing, as well as establishing a niche that will provide solid footing on today’s research career path.

This by-nomination and selection-only Retreat will take place in conjunction with the SID 2016 Annual Meeting in Scottsdale on May 10-11.This Retreat complements the SID Dermatology Resident Retreat for Future Academicians, including some joint, interactive sessions.
Questions? Contact Debbie Kovacs at 216.579.9300 x304
 
2015 SID DERMATOLOGY RESIDENT RETREAT FOR FUTURE ACADEMICIANS
The nomination process will open late Fall 2015.
The Society for Investigative Dermatology (SID) Dermatology Resident Retreat for Future Academicians is designed to facilitate new pathways for interested Dermatology residents to pursue a career in dermatologic research, providing Dermatology Residents (individuals with an MD or MD/PhD) with the tools to create a successful and sustainable career in research. 
 
This by-nomination and selection-only Retreat will take place in conjunction with the SID 2016 Annual Meeting in Scottsdale May 10-11. This Retreat complements the SID PhD Retreat for Young Investigators, including some joint, interactive sessions.
 
Questions? Contact Debbie Kovacs at 216.579.9300 x304


Resident Newsletter

The SID Resident Newsletter is written for the trainee population to raise awareness about the SID and how it can help trainees in the pursuit of their research careers.

Fall 2013 Issue

Spring 2013 Issue


Fall 2012 Issue


Employment opportunities

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