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  • How can I watch all past and present GlomCon Sunday lectures?
    To access the complete GlomCon videos, subscribe and become a member at my.glomcon.org. For easier navigation of videos, we added a section titled "Seminars sorted by Date." This makes it convenient by members to find the latest session, which usually takes us a few days to a week to upload. Lastly, we have introduced an AI-powered search bar on your dashboard and within the course player. The algorithm will search the entire video library for the term, whether spoken by the presenter, as text within the presentation, or in the title of the talk. You can also sign up for our global mailing list to keep posted on our weekly and monthly updates.
  • I can't login or I forgot the password to my MyGlomCon
    If you sign up using your social media accounts (Google, Facebook, LinkedIn) sign in to your social media accounts If you forgot your password, make sure you have access to the email address used to sign up. Then click the forgot password on the sign in page or click the link 👉🏻 https://my.glomcon.org/users/password/new
  • Is there a fee to join the weekly live seminar?
    GlomCon seminars are free. Sign up for our global mailing list to receive weekly invites and join our Sunday sessions.
  • What is the Glomerular Disease Fellowship
    The Glomerular Disease Fellowship program brings together clinicians, pathologists, and researchers in a collaborative manner to help patients with glomerular diseases. The program is intended to enhance trainees' understanding of diagnosing and treating patients with various forms of glomerular diseases. For more information you can check out this link with more details about the program: https://www.glomcon.org/glomerular-disease-fellowship
  • Can I apply for a scholarship?
    Currently, our scholarships are based only on the speakers/lecturers who will waive their fees. Scholarship support is available on a limited basis and provided to a small number of applicants from low-income and middle-income countries based on availability and in the order the application was received. Thus, scholarships are awarded towards the end of the program where we refund the course fee to eligible fellows.
  • Will the class be available in other language?
    The whole program will be discussed in the English language.
  • What should I do if I can't attach files/documents in the application form?
    If you are having issues attaching your documents please try to do the following below to troubleshoot: Try emptying your browser cache Use a different browser Use a different computer Use a different Google account Rename your file (particularly if it contains special characters) To find out more, please click here for troubleshooting.
  • Will there be a certificate after the program?
    Yes, a certificate will be given IF you have completed and pass the requirements of the program.
  • Can we apply as a group?
    Application as a group is available. A 25% rebate for group applications through their local training programs. If applying as a group please communicate with all other group members and together come up with a unique code that will identify you all and your institution. Code MUST be IDENTICAL among all group members so that we can group you and apply the group discount if the application is accepted. (no spaces and special characters!) Additionally, there is limit on the number applying under group application (min. of 2 and max. of 6). It is important to note that successful selection is not guaranteed for every member of the group.
  • When will the application open for the program?
    The application for 2023/2024 GlomCon Fellowship Program is already closed, updates will be posted on the website for next year.
  • Which countries can apply for the program?
    Everyone around the world can apply for the program. For more information, visit: https://www.glomcon.org/glomerular-disease-fellowship
  • What is the Kidney Pathology Certificate Program?
    The GlomCon Kidney Pathology Certificate Program is a comprehensive educational initiative designed to provide in-depth knowledge and expertise in the field of kidney pathology. Developed by leading experts in the field, this program offers a structured curriculum that covers various aspects of kidney pathology, including both basic and advanced topics.
  • How can I join the program?
    The next cohort will open its application during November - December 2024. The program will start in January and run through December 2025. To join, the participant must complete some basic training in pathology or nephrology. For more information you can check out this link with more details about the program: https://www.glomcon.org/kidney-pathology-certificate-program
  • Is there a scholarship for this program?
    Unfortunately, there is no scholarship provided for this program.
  • Can I pay the course fee monthly or is it a one-time fee?
    At this time, a one-time fee is only accepted. Payment must be made before the start of the program. The course fee for this program is $690 for participants from high-income countries $490 for participants from mid-income countries $290 for participants from low-income countries ​ Link to check your region and income for course fees https://datatopics.worldbank.org/world-development-indicators/the-world-by-income-and-region.html
  • What are the requirements to be able to join the program?
    To be eligible for the program you must have completed some basic training in pathology or nephrology.
  • Will the class be available in other language?
    The whole program will be discussed in the English language.
  • When are live sessions hosted?
    The live sessions are scheduled every month and fall on a Tuesday at 11AM EST (New York Time). While there are no definite dates for now, the session schedule will be announced three weeks ahead of time.
  • Will the live webinars be recorded for replay?
    Yes, all live sessions will be recorded and uploaded within 24 hrs after each session ends to my.glomcon.org for later viewing. Please note that recorded sessions do not count toward the mandatory attendance/participation requirement for the program.
  • Will there be a certificate after finishing the program
    Upon finishing the program, you will receive a certificate. To qualify for the certificate, you need to meet these three requirements: Attend at least 80% of the total live sessions held. Pass the midterm exam. Pass the final exam.
  • Johns Hopkins University Glomerular Diseases Fellowship
    This 1 year fellowship incorporates a multidisciplinary training experience in glomerular disease, immunology, renal pathology, infectious diseases, rheumatology, and immunomodulatory/immunosuppressive medication use Application Requirements: Completed an internal medicine residency program that is ACGME-accredited, an AOA-approved residency program, a program with ACGME International (ACGME-I) Advanced Specialty Accreditation, or a Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC)-accredited or College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC)-accredited residency program located in Canada. Prior to appointment in the glomerular diseases fellowship, the fellow must complete an ACGME-accredited nephrology fellowship training program. Applicants with US work authorization (J1, H1B, etc.) are eligible to apply 📍 1830 E Monument St, Rm 416, Baltimore, MD 21287 📧 NephrologyFellowship@jh.edu Fellowship Director: C. John Sperati Fellowship Director Associate Professor of Medicine Faculty: Mo Atta Professor of Medicine Derek Fine Professor of Medicine Duvuru Geetha Professor of Clinical Medicine Manny Monroy-Trujillo Assistant Professor of Medicine John Sperati Associate Professor of Medicine Nephropathologists: Avi Rosenberg Assistant Professor of Pathology Lois Arend Associate Professor of Pathology Dao-Fu Dai Associate Professor of Pathology Serena Bagnasco Professor of Pathology
  • Stanford University Glomerular Disease Fellowship
    1 year mixed clinical and research focused fellowship for nephrologists, rich mix of patients, fantastic pathology support, research from basic to trials. Application Requirements: Primarily research focus with involvement in clinical trials combined with clinical care of variety of glomerular disease Contact us, generally can run the typical academic year (July-June), best to apply well before March 1. 📍 300 Pasteur Drive, Stanford, CA 94305 📧 caylacw@stanford.edu Fellowship Director: Professor Richard Lafayette
  • Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Glomerular Diseases Fellowship
    This fellowship program provides a clinical experience in the Ohio State University Lupus, Vasculitis and Glomerulonephritis clinic. In addition the fellow will work with the GN team to design and develop a translational research project with the expectation of presentation at national meetings and publications in a peer-reviewed journal. The fellow will be exposed to a variety of clinical trials and will learn how to participate in and conduct clinical trials through our Nephrology Clinical Trials Unit. Application Requirements: Generally the candidate will contact Stephanie Stump or Dr. Rovin and discuss interest. Taking a fellow depends on the ability to secure funding. Fellows must have completed a primary fellowship in Nephrology, rheumatology, immunology, or finished graduate work in a related field 📍 370 W. 9th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210 📧 Stephanie Stump - steph.stump@osumc.edu Fellowship Director: Brad H. Rovin MD
  • Mayo Clinic Rochester Glomerular Diseases Fellowship
    The Glomerular Diseases Fellowship is a one-year program at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, designed for physicians who are board-eligible in nephrology. The fellowship will provide extensive training in the complex world of glomerulonephritis treatment which is often challenging. Glomerulonephritis (GN) expertise now requires additional formal training to gain proficiency, especially with the ever-growing newer biologic treatments. Application Requirements: The applicants must have successfully completed accredited training in internal medicine and nephrology and must be board-certified or board-eligible in nephrology. Applicants must apply through Recruit (a third party application service). 📍 200 First Street SW, Rochester, MN, 55905 📧 Kathy Hegna Zelinske - zelinske.kathleen@mayo.edu or call at 507-266-1044 Fellowship Director: Ladan Zand, M.D. Associate Director: Fernando Fervenza, M.D. Nephropathologists: Sanjeev Sethi, M.D. Lynn Cornell, M.D. Priya Alexander, M.D. Samih Nasr, M.D. Loren Herrera, M.D.
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