Welcome to PathWays: On-Demand News from the American Society for Investigative Pathology! In 2019, news for ASIP members will be continuously updated using this interactive online newsletter rather than using a quarterly printed newsletter. Quarterly Pathways Newsletters from 2018 and before are archived on the ASIP website. This will keep the news fresh and members will stay informed. Most/all of the news provided in PathWays will be archived on the ASIP website. 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.

Recent News

Meetings | Membership | Journals | Science Policy | Career

Celina Kleer, MD, named 2019 AACR Outstanding Investigator Awardee

Gabriel Nuñez, MD elected to the National Academy of Medicine

Announcing the Fred Sanfilippo-ASIP Visiting Lectureship Program

Ambassador program launching!

Nora Springer, published in AJP

2020 ASIP Gold-Headed Cane Award Recipient – Marilyn Farquhar, PhD

Dr. J. Charles Jennette Receives the Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Pathology Chairs

New Group! – Women in Pathology

Call for Nominations for 2021 Meritorious Awards

President’s Welcome – Dani Zander, MD

#ASIP2020 at #ExpBio ticketed events

Call for Nominations for 2021 Meritorious Awards

2020 ASIP Gold-Headed Cane Award Recipient – Marilyn Farquhar, PhD

Meritorious Awards – Call for Nominations for Meritorious Awards 👉

detailed information about these awards and instructions for nominations.

Travel Award Applicant Meritorious Trainee Awards are Coming! – Travel Awards for #ASIP2020 at #ExpBio

The EPIGT is a prestigious award presented to an ASIP trainee member who is a graduate student in a PhD training program, MD/PhD training program or MD training program who has excelled in investigative efforts in studying mechanisms of disease, as evidenced by an abstract submission to the ASIP annual meeting (these abstracts MUST be submitted to ASIP topic categories), an extended research report (this report should not exceed 750 words nor include more than one table and one figure), and a letter of recommendation attesting to the candidate’s role in the work and potential as a biomedical research investigator.


PISA 2020

#PISA2020 Information Coming Soon!

Dr. Charles Parkos

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