McGill University Dermatology, Montreal, Canada     













About Us

The McGill Dermatology Division is dedicated to the advancement of clinical care, research and teaching. 

The division is represented by four teaching hospitals:  the Royal Victoria Hospital, the Montreal General Hospital, the Jewish General Hospital and the Montreal Children's Hospital. 

Approximately 25 staff dermatologists provide exceptional patient care, specializing in the treatment of skin diseases including benign and malignant skin tumours.  We also have sub-specialists dedicated to specific problems such as ulcer and wound care, surgery of skin cancer and light therapy of chronic skin diseases.

The McGill Dermatology Division is committed to education, both undergraduate and graduate.  Our residency program is the oldest training program in Canada and has trained over 100 top Canadian dermatologists.  The five-year program  provides for the development of a thorough knowledge of all skin and mucous membrane disorders, and the clinical management of those diseases.

Research activities include multiple clinical trials studying new medications in development for use in dermatology, and studies in allergic skin manifestations.