New Diplomate Overcomes Delays to Reach Certification

Anyone who was on track to take an ABR exam in 2020 had an unwelcomed schedule change coming. The COVID-19 pandemic wiped out all but a few exams that year, pushing candidates back to 2021, when the remote platform developed in-house by the ABR was introduced. One of the physicians who saw his plans impacted…
A second-generation interventional radiologist, Theresa Caridi, MD, has been around the field for as long as she can remember. Over the past several years, she has found great value in sharing her knowledge as a volunteer for the ABR and the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR). One thought rises to the top when she explains…
Courtney Morrison understood the importance of volunteering long before she earned her PhD and was later invited to contribute her expertise and time to the ABR. “I volunteered occasionally throughout high school and undergrad through a service club,” she said. “In grad school, I volunteered with an organization that provided social services, such as daily…
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