Frequently Asked Questions
What program do you use to make all of your graphics?
Nothing fancy- just Google Docs or Google Slides. It's basically an online (free) version of Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint. They have a pretty good selection of fonts to choose from and an easy-to-use interface. Their photo editing capabilities are not the best, but I haven't yet splurged to purchase Adobe Photoshop yet. Maybe one day...
How did you make this website?
I use Wix.com to host this website (the paid version). I like that it is very user-friendly since I do not have any coding knowledge. It has a lot of features that you can just "drag and drop" anywhere then edit to your heart's content. It is probably not the best host now that I have a bit more knowledge of website design. However, I am happy with it overall. If I were to do it again, I might have used WordPress instead.
What are you using to study for the AP/CP Pathology Board Exams?
I am currently going through the Osler Institute Online review course for AP/CP Pathology Board exams. I will supplement that with various question banks (online and books available). I will keep you updated.
Are you going to start selling your notes?
Haha...Maybe. Do you want to be my first customer?
Do you accept donations?
I feel humbled and honored by the amount of people that have reached out and want to show their appreciation via monetary donation. I made this website as an artsy release from the rigid life at the hospital. While I do it for fun and as a means to study, it does take a lot of time and commitment. If you would like to donate, I do have Venmo and PayPal if you are interested...
How can I contact you?
As any resident/fellow/pathologist knows, a life in medicine includes staying pretty busy. The best way to contact me is via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via a direct message on Twitter (@HeartPathology). If you don't hear from me within 48 hours, please send another message. I may have just missed your first one.
Tiffany M. Graham, M.D.
My Educational Journey:
I graduated summa cum laude with my B.S. in Biochemistry with a Chemistry minor from East Carolina University in 2010. I then completed the basic science portion of my medical training in St. Maarten at American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC). I had the opportunity to complete my clinical rotations at Ealing Hospital in London, England as well as several prestigious hospitals in the US. I graduated medical school in the top 10% of my medical school class in 2014.
AP/CP Pathology Residency:
I am currently in my 4th year of AP/CP Pathology residency at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Anticipated completion date: June 30, 2019.
I will be attending the Medical University of South Carolina- Charleston for the gastrointestinal/hepatobiliary pathology fellowship. Anticipated completion date: June 30, 2020.
Tiffany M. Graham
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