UNMC Clinical Microbiology Fellowship Program Welcomes Dr. Arryn Craney!

Content courtesy of Dr. Paul Fey and Dr. Arryn Craney.

UNMC’s Department of Pathology and Microbiology in collaboration with Nebraska Medicine sponsors a Clinical Microbiology Fellowship Program that is accredited by the Committee on Postgraduate Educational Programs (CPEP) of the American Academy of Microbiology.  This two year training program provides the trainee hands-on experience in the basic disciplines of clinical microbiology.  Upon successful completion of the Clinical Microbiology Fellowship Program, the Fellow will be eligible to sit for the examination as the next step to certification as a diplomate by the American Board of Medical Microbiology (D [ABMM]).  Our new fellow is Dr. Arryn Craney.  Dr. Craney received her PhD from McMaster University in Canada and most recently finished a post-doctoral fellowship at the Scripps Research Institute in San Diego where she studied the type I signal peptidase as a potential antibiotic target.

See more about the Clinical Microbiology Fellowship here.


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