Dr. Yu-Hung Wu is the director of international fellowship program of dermatopathology (http://www.mmh.org.tw/taitam/derma/english/education/international-fello...) at Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan. The program provides a comprehensive dermatopathology experience. Training includes daily slide reading, clinico-pathological and academic conferences, and access to a well-organized dermatopathology slide library.
The program is also supported by Taiwanese Dermatological Association and Asian Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (AADV).
The FADDV (Clinical Dermatopathology) is a regional/international training fellowship conducted over one academic year and is designed as a Asian Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (AADV) Board certified fellowship for subspecialty training for dermatopathology in the Asean/Asian region.
Training is integrated and multi-centred to give trainees maximal exposure to the specialty of dermatopathology in the Asean/Asian region.
Eligible candidates must have completed their specialist dermatology/general pathology training and be board eligible or certified by their national specialist credentialing authority.
The conference provides distance-learning case modules for trainees.