Dr. Yu-Hung Wu's conference & Dermaopathology Fellowship Training program

    Dr. Yu-Hung Wu is currently an Associate Professor at the Department of Medicine, Mackay Medical College and the director of international fellowship program of dermatopathology (http://www.mmh.org.tw/taitam/derma/english/international-fellowship-of/) 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) and was accredited by International Committee for Dermatopathology (ICDP) in 2015. It is the first ICDP accredited dermpath training program in Asia. 

    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.