Pathology Resident Bohr Recognized for Exceptional Teaching

HERSHEY, Pa. — Dr. Tiffany Bohr, a pathology resident at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, was recognized in June as part of the Exceptional Moments in Teaching program from Penn State Health and Penn State College of Medicine.

“Dr. Bohr helped me build my skills and confidence in contacting external providers regarding relevant clinical information,” wrote a current student. “This was especially helpful given that this was my first rotation. She provided me with relevant and/or targeted feedback on how to achieve my learning goals, even beyond the scope of this particular rotation.”

A true Hershey native, Bohr was born at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. She spent time in Pensacola, Florida for undergraduate studies before returning to Pennsylvania to earn her Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biotechnology, with a minor in Biochemistry, from Millersville University. She earned her medical degree from Penn State College of Medicine and was paired up in Clinical Pathology. Bohr’s professional interests include bloodborne infectious diseases, hematopathology, and transfusion medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys photography, traveling and camping with her husband and children.

The Penn State College of Medicine Office for a Respectful Learning Environment recognizes outstanding faculty, residents, and fellows with the monthly “Exceptional Moments in Teaching” program. Each month, one faculty member and one resident/fellow are highlighted for their contributions.

The Office for a Respectful Learning Environment fosters an educational community at Penn State College of Medicine in which all learners and educators feel supported, challenged, valued, and respected. It serves all learners in the College of Medicine: medical students, graduate students, physician assistant students, residents, and fellows.

View past faculty and honored residents/fellows here.

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