Dr. Denuja Karunakaran is the recipient of the 2019 American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) Young Scientist Leadership Award, which recognizes individuals who are demonstrating outstanding and sustained achievements at the earliest stages of their career in biomedical research. Dr. Karunakaran will be presented the Young Scientist Leadership Award at the 2019 Experimental Biology (EB)/ASIP [...]
Dr. Paul Monga has been named as the recipient of the 2019 APS Gastrointestinal and Liver Section Distinguished Research Award from the American Physiological Society.This award recognizes an outstanding investigator who is internationally recognized for his/her contribution to research focused on the gastrointestinal and liver systems and who has made significant contributions to the advancement [...]
Links of Interest Final Registration Count: 140 registrants 43 Regular members12 Next-Generation members22 Pre-Doctoral Trainee members4 Senior Post-Doctoral Trainee members3 Undergraduate members50 Non-members6 Uncategorized 23 States Represented3 Countries Represented107 accepted abstracts Website Program Booklet Scientific Program Hosted by the University of Michigan Pathobiology for Investigators, Students, and Academicians (PISA) is the ASIP’s stand-alone scientific meeting. [...]
This award recognizes an outstanding investigator who is internationally recognized for his/her contribution to research in areas represented by the Section. Candidates are judged based on their publication record, and the content of the nomination letter. Congratulations, Dr. Monga!
Journal of Molecular Diagnostics Editor-in-Chief: Barbara A. Zehnbauer, PhD, Adjunct Professor in Dept of Pathology at Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA New test for #COVID19 may deliver faster results to more peopleBig changes for 2020 for JMD! 12 Issues and a new cover design! Submit Today! Current issue: Open Access: Automated Clinical Exome Reanalysis Reveals [...]