After a Covid-related break, we are pleased to offer the EADO Fellowship Program again. Please download the application form and send it to For more details, please see the text below.

Goal: To provide EADO members (named herein as EADO Fellows) of an in-depth practical experience, education and training at a distinguished Dermato-Oncology, Melanoma or Skin Cancer center in Europe (named herein as Host Institution).

Duration: 1-3 months

Number of fellowships: 1-3 per each center per year (subject to centre availability)

Expenses: Fellows will be self-funded or covered by their institutions. Discounted accommodation facilities may be provided by the Host Institution.

Fellow Profile: MD from a European (EU) country, Senior Resident or Dermatologist with completed training and previous experience in Dermato-Oncology. Previous publications in cancer, prior work in Dermato-Oncology or Cancer Centres and participation in EADO Congresses are preferable. The candidate should be a registered EADO member by the time of the application and need to speak the language in which the patient is addressed to be able to understand the treatment.

Age restriction: < 45 years

Center Profile: List of 2022 participating centers

Application Form: Please download the application form, fill it in and send it back to: There is no application deadline, applications can be submitted at any time.

Selection of Applicants: Each center will evaluate their applicants and select their Fellow(s) in agreement with the EADO Board.

Initiation of Fellowship: Depending on center availability and following arrangements between Fellow and Host Institution.

For more information, please contact:

EADO fellow shares her experience:

"I am writing to express my sincerest gratitude to you and your team for welcoming me openly and allowing me to grow and learn as a dermatologist at Syngros hospital. To say that this one month fellowship has been enlightening would be an understatement.

I am impressed at the sheer number of patients with dermatological issues, many of them uncommon. Seeing them has enhanced my clinical eye especially in skin cancer and dermoscopy. The patients are like "open books", and all the journals and atlases I have read cannot compare to the knowledge I gained from seeing these patients personally.

I am also extremely happy with the warm Greek hospitality I experienced on this trip. [...]

This EADO exchange fellowship has truly been priceless for me. I feel much better equipped to promote skin cancer knowledge and prevention in Asia."