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Members are encouraged to contribute to PathWays by providing news items of interest regarding their own accomplishments, honors, awards, transitions, or new positions, those of their colleagues, and/or news from the larger scientific community that has relevance to the field of pathology.

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PISA 2020



Meetings

Experimental Biology 2020 Canceled

Join us to present your scientific findings, meet inspiring scientists, participate in workshops, and network with others that enhance your career.

The ASIP’s annual meeting is held every spring in conjunction with the Experimental Biology (EB) meeting. Five societies (AAA, APS, ASBMB, ASIP and ASPET) join together for an interdisciplinary, diverse scientific meeting featuring a robust lineup, award lectures, symposia, oral and poster sessions, and career-building activities, plus an exhibitor showcase of scientific equipment, supplies and publications. 

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2020 ASIP Gold-Headed Cane Award

The 2019 ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology

Meritorious Awards 2019


PISA 2018 Recap


Next Gen Path Central

“For young research scientists interested in learning, networking, and advancing their careers”

ASIP NextGen Path Central is dedicated to providing the next generation of pathology leaders in clinical and biomedical research with cutting edge resources for career development. The site will be regularly updated with the latest articles, videos and tools on a variety of topics ranging from professional development, publishing, leadership and much more!


Career Development

Selling Your Science

NextGen Blog

NextGen Archive


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Meet the Editors

Chad M. Walesky, Ph.D.
Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School

Editor in Chief: Selling Your Science – When, Where and How to Publish
Morgan E. Preziosi, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Editor in Chief: Mentoring strategies and science policy
Nakisha Rutledge
Northwestern University

Editor in Chief: Career Development

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