Knowledge Bowl

Get ready for a fun, fast-paced and competitive session based on the game show, Jeopardy! Each year, rheumatology fellows from around the world are challenged with questions on a wide range of rheumatic and musculoskeletal disease topics. Just like Jeopardy!, contestants are required to provide their answers in the form of a question. Teams compete against other universities and institutions for exciting prizes, including complimentary registration for the upcoming annual meeting.

Knowledge Bowl Information

What types of questions are asked?

Questions consist of disease-specific or broad topics relevant to rheumatology.

What are the eligibility requirements?

Each team must have a team name and include one (1) attending and two (2) fellows. Each team member must participate in ACR Convergence to be eligible to participate in the Knowledge Bowl. If you do not plan to participate in the annual meeting, please do not sign up for the Knowledge Bowl.

How do I register a team?

The Knowledge Bowl call for teams is closed.

2022 team registration information coming soon.

What is the cost of registration?

The ACR Knowledge Bowl is included as part of general registration. All team members must be registered for ACR Convergence to be eligible to participate in the Knowledge Bowl. Team members are responsible for the costs of their registration.

When will I know if my team has been accepted?

2022 team registration information coming soon.

How do I submit a question to be included in Knowledge Bowl?

The Knowledge Bowl call for questions is closed. Selected questions may be used in future Knowledge Bowl competitions. Submitters will be notified if their question is accepted and will receive public acknowledgement if their question is used.

2021 Knowledge Bowl Winner

See the 2021 teams that competed for the Knowledge Bowl trophy.

Congratulations to the winner of the 2021 Knowledge Bowl, team Gulls of Galveston from the University of Texas Medical Branch!

ACR Convergence Knowledge Bowl Winner

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