Research Fellowship


University of Colorado Dermatology Research Fellowship

University of Colorado Dermatology Research Fellowship through the National Cancer Institute (NCI) Diversity Supplement Description Drs. Robert Dellavalle and Barbara Walkosz have been awarded an R01 grant entitled Sun Safety Ink! R01CA206569 (Walkosz and Dellavalle). The NCI diversity supplement will allow the fellow to study sun protection and skin cancer reducing behaviors in the tattoo community. 

We created a national sun safety public education program for the tattoo community. The randomized clinical trial will assess the effectiveness of the educational intervention for promoting comprehensive skin cancer prevention. There are also many opportunities to work on side projects. We encourage the fellow to explore innovative methods to promote sun safety in the tattoo community. 

Eligibility Criteria: 

  1. Applicant must be from an underrepresented group which is defined as an individual belonging to a particular ethnic or racial group that has been determined by the applicant institution to be underrepresented in biomedical or behavioral research. These populations, although not inclusive, are commonly identified as underrepresented: African Americans, Hispanic Americans, American Indians and Alaskan Natives, and Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders. 
  2. Applicant could be a medical student or MD. 

Application Instructions:

Please email for more details. Start date Dermatology research fellowship position is available for July 2019. The fellowship is a 1-2 year program. One renewable year contingent on performance. Salary and fringe benefits For all candidates: salary and fringe benefits (health, dental, and vision insurance) will be provided. Travel to conferences and supplies will be supported through the NCI. Deadline March 30, 2019