ASIP Member Angela Wandinger-Ness Receives 2020 AAAS Lifetime Mentor Award

For nearly three decades, Wandinger-Ness has shown dedication to increasing the diversity of students pursuing doctoral studies in pathology. | Allan Stone/University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center Congratulations to ASIP Member Angela Wandinger-Ness who will receive the 2020 AAAS Lifetime Mentor Award during the 186th AAAS Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, on Feb. 15, [...]

2019 Election

Within the next day or so, eligible Regular members and Next-Generation Scientist members will receive via email a link to vote in the ASIP Election.  If you do not receive an email with a link to vote in the election by January 30 and you are a Regular member or Next-Generation Scientist member, please email [...]

Ten rules for (possibly) succeeding in academia through upward kindness

By John Tregoning Taken from https://www.timeshighereducation.com/opinion/ten-rules-possibly-succeeding-academia-through-upward-kindness#survey-answer Even as a piece of satire, the recent description in Times Higher Education of an academic system where being an upwardly toxic asshat is the only way to succeed was pretty depressing (“Ten rules for succeeding in academia through upward toxicity”, Opinion, 21 November). But I don’t believe that academic life has [...]

How to write a great rebuttal letter

Peer review is an important part of the scientific writing process. Before a manuscript is published, authors and reviewers are working as a team to craft the best possible manuscript to share with the scientific community. Most of the time, a manuscript needs to be revised at least once before it is ready for publication. [...]