Dr. Meg Lee Represents Pathology Residents and Fellows at NCSP Annual Meeting

Meg Lee, MD, PGY4, represented pathology residents and fellows across the state as an ex-officio member of the Executive Committee of the North Carolina Society of Pathologists (NCSP) at their Annual Meeting in Charlotte, N.C., from April 26th-27th.

In September 2023, she was appointed chair of the NCSP inaugural Trainee Advisory Council (TAC). The council has worked diligently over the past eight months to enhance pathology training experiences across North Carolina and to increase engagement of trainees with the NCSP.

At the Annual Meeting, Lee spoke with the NCSP membership about the council's initiatives. She discussed a bi-monthly webinar series where trainees from the four training programs in the state (Duke University, East Carolina University, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and Wake Forest University) gather virtually to learn about real-world topics not traditionally taught in pathology didactics. She also talked about the state-wide "Interesting Case Series" published in the bi-monthly NCSP newsletter and about the new NCSP Mentorship Program. Most importantly, there was a 383% increase in pathology trainee attendance at the NCSP Annual Meeting compared to last year!

Lee served as co-chief resident of the Duke Pathology Residency Program from 2022-2023. In 2022, she received the Foundation of the American Society of Cytopathology (ASC) Resident and Fellow Travel Scholarship for the American Society of Cytopathology/International Congress of Cytology Scientific Meeting, which took place in November 2022.