Joann Spinale Carlson (2020)


  • Vikas Dharnidharka (2022)
  • Rebecca Ruebner (2021)


  • Carolyn Abitbol
  • Alisa Acosta
  • ASPN Admin
  • Sun-Young Ahn
  • Oluwatoyin Bamgbola
  • Kevin Barton
  • Abby Basalely
  • Lauren Becton
  • Nathan Beins
  • Sonal Bhatnagar
  • Laura Juliana Castellanos Reyes
  • Olga Charnaya
  • Ewa Elenberg
  • Leonard Feld
  • Aaron Friedman
  • Aaron Friedman
  • Roshan George
  • Charu Gupta
  • Sandra Iragorri
  • Sandra Iragorri
  • Mahmoud Kallash
  • Gaurav Kapur
  • Chryso Katsoufis
  • Chryso Katsoufis
  • Robin Kremsdorf
  • Juan Kupferman
  • Benjamin Laskin
  • Daneilla Levy-Erez
  • Connie Mackay
  • John Mahan
  • Rossana Malatesta-Muncher
  • Sai Sudha Mannemuddhu
  • Shina Menon
  • Rachel Millner
  • Michele Mills
  • Arwa Nada
  • Arwa Nada
  • Christina Nguyen
  • Oana Nicoara
  • Damien Noone
  • Lynn Puma
  • Saritha Ranabothu
  • Jessica Reid-Adam
  • Alyssa Riley
  • Keia Sanderson
  • Patricia Seo-Mayer
  • Christine Sethna
  • Sheena Sharma
  • Sonia Solomon
  • Joann Spinale Carlson
  • Brian Stotter
  • Jordan Symons
  • Chia Wei Teoh
  • Katherine Twombley
  • Smitha Vidi
  • Bernarda Viteri
  • Adam Weinstein
  • Patricia Weng

Council Liaison

  • Stuart Goldstein


  • Assess the educational needs of the ASPN membership.
  • Assess ongoing efforts by other ASPN committees related to member education, including the success of these efforts in meeting the members’ needs as identified in #1.

Both of these will involve reaching out to other ASPN Committees involved in some way in member education, including (but not limited to) Maintenance of Certification, Membership, and the Practice Management sub-committee of Clinical Affairs.

  • Continue the bi-annual board review course and update as needed.
  • Work collaboratively with the planners of the Annual Multidisciplinary Meeting to ensure that affiliate members’ needs are being met.
  • Develop additional materials to address the educational needs of ASPN members.
  • Determine whether such materials may be an appropriate means of enhancing ASPN income.
  • A variety of free CME/educational resources are currently available from other sources (ASN, industry-sponsored CME, etc.). The committee should therefore assess pertinent choices and make them accessible in one location for the ASPN membership. The committee may consider rating the value of such offerings for the membership. These efforts will require collaboration with the Communications committee.


The Committee shall be open to all members of ASPN.


No limit

Member Education Overview

The ASPN Member Education Committee invites you to view our monthly renal pathology and radiology webinar/discussion, which will usually occur on the first Monday of the month at 3 PM EST. These webinars will feature a new case each month with pathologist/radiologist and a content expert from the ASPN membership.
Restricted Link (Members Only Content)ASPN Monthly Pathology and Renal Imaging Webinar Recordings (Members Only Content)

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