ASN welcomes 30 students to the Mount Desert Island Biologic Laboratories in Bar Harbor, ME, as a part of the 2014 ASN Kidney TREKS (Tutored Research and Education for Kidney Scholars) program. ASN Kidney TREKS is designed to foster interest in careers in nephrology and research through a week-long research course retreat and long-term mentorship program.
Registration and housing are now open for Kidney Week 2014, the world's premier nephrology meeting. Join ASN and more than 13,000 other kidney professionals from across the globe at Kidney Week 2014 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
ASN’s Board Review Course & Update helps fellows and practicing physicians prepare for certification or recertification in
nephrology. Each topic and its time allocation are patterned after the ABIM nephrology examination. Lectures, interactive
case discussions, and panel Q&A sessions provide an unparalleled and efficient learning experience.
Kidney Week On-Demand™ is now available and provides online access to more than 350 hours of educational content presented during Kidney Week 2013, including plenary sessions, basic and clinical science symposia, clinical nephrology conferences, special sessions, and selected early programs.
Join ASN and more than 13,000 other kidney professionals from across the globe in Philadelphia, PA for Kidney Week 2014, the world's premier nephrology meeting.
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Face the boards with confidence by registering for the Board Review Course & Update, the best choice to maximize your readiness for the ABIM nephrology examination.
Continue to help lead the fight against kidney disease and enjoy the many benefits available to members by renewing your membership online for 2014 today.
The new NephSAP format focuses on easier access, personalization options, and integration features, and represents the next step in nephrology distance learning.
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