BMC’s Yawkey building doors are now closed as an entrance as part of our ongoing efforts to enhance our campus and provide you with the best clinical care.

All patients and visitors on our main campus must enter our hospital via Shapiro, Menino, or Moakley buildings, where they will be greeted by team members at a new centralized check-in desk before continuing to the hospital. We are excited to welcome you and appreciate your patience as we improve our facilities.

Skin cancers require a multidisciplinary team, including oncologists, dermatologists, surgeons, and radiation oncologists. BMC’s Skin Cancer Program offers these services and more for all types of skin cancers, so you can have cancer treatment that fits your life, not the other way around. 

Location and Contact

Cancer Center

From support groups to innovative treatments like CAR T-cell therapy and everything in-between, our multidisciplinary teams provide you with the expertise and support you need fro…


The Department of Dermatology is committed to leadership in patient care, education, and research. Our patient care includes services from general dermatology to wound healing, an…

Information You May Need

Cropped view of a male dermatologist carefully examining the skin of a female patient using a dermascope, looking for signs of skin cancer. Only the shoulder of the patient and the hand and part of the face of the doctor are visible.
Education and Training

Cutaneous Oncology Fellowship

The cutaneous oncology fellowship at BMC is a one-year program where fellows gain experience in a wide range of diagnostics and treatments, including surgery, for all types of skin cancer. Extensive research opportunities are also available.

Scientist using microscope conducting genetic research of blood sample in laboratory.

Cutaneous Cancer Research Overview

Researchers at BMC are focused on understanding the basis of melanoma development and progression and discovering innovative treatments for melanoma, to improve care for people with this condition.