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Nagueña tops Philippine Dermatological Society Board Exams

NAGA CITY—A graduate of Universidad de Santa Isabel placed third in the recently-held Philippine Dermatological Society Board Exams.
Christine Marie Nidea Chia
Christine Marie Nidea Chia-Acosta
Christine Marie Nidea Chia-Acosta, who finished her pre-med and medicine degrees at the University of Santo Tomas, and took her residency at the Research Institute of Tropical Medicine, scored 85.00% in the said examination.

The exam, which had written and oral components, were administered on June 29 and July 6.

Joining Chia in the list of topnotchers are Mara Therese P. Evangelista of JRMMC, with a score of 90.58%; Eileen Luisa A. Chen of UPPGH, with 85.29%; Sharlene Helene Chua-See of UPPGH, with 85.00%; Emy Christine Onishi of UPPGH, with 84.26%; Arlyn E. Lim of JRMMC, with 83.97%; Eleanor Casal Panis of RITM, with 83.82%; Marisel P. Abejo of JRMMC, with 83.08%; Aileen Christine N. Barreiro of RITM, with 81.47%; Katrina Marie Abat of SCF with 81.02%; and Ann Mitzel Mata-Ocampo of UST, with 80.00%.–BICOLSTANDARD.COM


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