Residents

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Board Prep: Resident Review Series

Prepare for your board exam in with our Resident Review Series, five 1.5-hour sessions covering challenging, high-interest topic areas to get you ready for exam day. Engage in interactive opportunities to test your knowledge, identify weaknesses, and learn from nationally-recognized experts.

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Progressive Learning Format

Take part in fundamental and advanced education sessions presented in a variety of engaging formats to meet your learning needs and interests.

Broad Range of Education Session Choices

Choose from almost 250 hours of education in dozens of topic areas, allowing you to build upon existing skills or learn new ones.

Faculty

Hear from knowledgeable, world-class experts and respected, premier leaders.

Networking

Gather with and learn from the foremost leaders in the field, while also forming valuable relationships that will last throughout your career and lifetime.


Special Events and Education for Residents

Maintenance of Certification Update 2017 – ABP

Dr. Johnson

Rebecca L. Johnson, MD
Wednesday, September 6

Dr. Johnson will review the current requirements of the American Board of Pathology’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program. The design and preliminary data about the new MOC pilot for assessing knowledge, judgment, and skills called PathLink will be discussed, as will the opportunity for diplomates to take the MOC Part III exam remotely.


Michele D. Raible Lecture for Residents: Pearls and Pitfalls in the Diagnosis of Lymphoma

Dr. Jaffe

Elaine S. Jaffe, MD
Thursday, Sepetmber 7

Dr. Jaffe will present a series of vignettes that highlight common pitfalls in the diagnosis of lymphoma and how to avoid them. Cases will be selected to provide insights into the pathogenesis of disease, and also their relevance to clinical practice.