“Curiosity In Science Is A Strength” – Kah Yong Goh, UAB Ph.D. Student and emerging ASIP Next Gen Researcher Spotlight

"Never be afraid of failure because failure is a part of success" Kah Yong Goh studies the role of mitochondria within the heart and is charting his own path to an exciting independent career in biomedical research. Originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Kah Yong came to the United States over ten years ago to pursue [...]

"Developing Your Brand for Career Success" ASIP's Commitment to Trainees

The American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) researchers conduct science very well, but our true passion is rooted in our dedication to uplift and support the next generation of pathology leaders. Each year at our annual meeting, we focus exclusively on programming geared to provide trainees with cutting edge tools and resources. At this year's [...]

Chad M. Walesky, PhD, Receives the ASIP 2017 Young Scientist Leadership Award

Chad M. Walesky, PhD, is an early career scientist leading the way in determining the complex pathology of liver cancer (Cholangiocarcinoma). Walesky is currently a research fellow at Brigham & Women's Hospital/Harvard Medical School and uses zebra fish as an experimental model to study the disease. Specifically Walesky studies a transcription factor called HNF4α, which [...]