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The American Board of Internal Medicine recently released results from its survey “Improving the MOC Assessment Experience.”

Developed in collaboration with other onco-nephrology experts, the ASN Onco-Nephrology Forum (ONF) series of 19 chapters covers most of the important onco-nephrology topics (Table 1). The chapters include Take Home Points and Board style questions to highlight important issues.

Sharon Moe, MD, FASN

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Sharon Anderson, MD, FASN

The MIKE program (Multicultural Integrated Kidney Education) is working to change Oregon’s burden of chronic metabolic diseases. The Portland-based nonprofit offers youth sequential, applied learning activities that connect health science education with leadership skills and community service.

The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) has launched a new website, www.kidneynews.org, that extends ASN Kidney News as a digital platform for daily updates on news, context, and resources for all stakeholders in the kidney community.

Raymond C. Harris, MD, FASN

As the first recipient of the American Society of Nephrology–Amos Medical Faculty Development Program (ASN-AMFDP) Award, Gentzon Hall, MD, PhD, intends to build on his current work in renal genomics, with a primary focus on hereditary focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS). Dr. Hall is a medical instructor in the Duke University Division of Nephrology.

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