Pathobiology Course for Research Scientists: Cell Death and Inflammation in Health and Disease

Pathobiology Course for Research Scientists: Cell Death and Inflammation in Health and Disease

Sponsored by the ASIP Education Committee

Session Description:  Unresolved inflammation is a major mechanism of pathogenesis in many human diseases. A paradigm shift is emerging in our understanding of the pathogenesis of inflammation which results not only from persistent activation of inflammatory signals, but also from the active loss of pro-resolution mechanisms. Differentiating between the suppression and resolution of inflammation driven by pro-resolution mediators is critical for the treatment of various inflammatory diseases.

Dipak Panigrahy, MD

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Dipak Panigrahy, MD
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School


Christopher D. Gregory, PhD

Pro-oncogenic Potential of Apoptotic Cells in the Tumor Microenvironment

Christopher D. Gregory, PhD
University of Edinburgh Centre for Inflammation Research
Queen’s Medical Research Institute Edinburgh, UK

Sergei Grivennikov, PhD

Microbes, Tumor-elicited Inflammation and Cancer

Sergei Grivennikov, PhD
Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA


Ann C. Skulas-Ray, PhD

Inflammation in Health and Disease

Ann C. Skulas-Ray, PhD
Department of Nutritional Sciences
School of Nutritional Sciences and Wellness
The University of Arizona
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Tuscon, AZ

Selvakumar Subbian, PhD

Inflammation and Cell Death in Tuberculosis

Selvakumar Subbian, PhD
Public Health Research Institute
New Jersey Medical School
Rutgers University Newark, NJ


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Meritorious Award Lectures at Experimental Biology 2022

Meritorious Award Lectures

Sunday, April 3, 2022

ASIP Gold-Headed Cane Award Lecture

Classification of Lymphoma in the Modern Era – A Marriage of Pathology and Genomics 
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM (EST)

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Elaine S. Jaffe, MD, PhD
NIH Distinguished Investigator
Laboratory of Pathology Hematology Section
Center for Cancer Research
National Cancer Institute Bethesda, MD


Saturday, April 2, 2022

ASIP Rous-Whipple Award Lecture  

The Biology Behind PD-1 Checkpoint Blockade
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM (EST)  

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Arlene Sharpe, MD, PhD
George Fabyan Professor of Comparative Pathology
Department of Immunology
Evergrande Center for Immunologic Diseases
Harvard Medical School Boston, MA


   Tuesday, April 5, 2022

ASIP Outstanding Investigator Award Lecture

Proteostasis Diseases of the Eye and Brain
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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Jonathan H. Lin, MD, PhD
Professor Departments of Pathology and Ophthalmology
Stanford University School of Medicine
Palo Alto, CA    


Sunday, April 4, 2022

ASIP Cotran Early Career Investigator Award Lecture

Cohesin Gene Mutations in Tumorigenesis: From Genomics Discovery to Mechanistic Analysis Revealing Targetable
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (EST)

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David Solomon, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor Director of Molecular Neuropathology
UCSF Brain Tumor Research Center UCSF
Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center
University of California, San Francisco
San Francisco, CA  


Monday, April 4, 2022

ASIP Young Scientist Leadership Award Lecture

Characterization of Ezh2-deficient Genetically Engineered Mouse Models of Neuroendocrine-differentiated Prostate Cancer
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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Kristine M. Wadosky, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Affiliate
Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Prostate Cancer Research
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Buffalo, NY  


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Junior Faculty Scholar Awards Applications are open for the ASIP Annual Meeting!

Junior Faculty Scholar Awards are being offered to promote the participation of early career investigators in scientific meetings and conferences. These awards recognize the outstanding research being conducted by ASIP Regular and Next-Generation Scientist members who are employed as Junior Faculty at institutions around the world. The awardee is selected on the basis of early career productivity and the scientific merit of the submitted abstract

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Dani and Erik Zander
Junior Faculty Scholar Award

The Dani and Erik Zander Junior Faculty Scholar Award is offered to promote the participation of early career investigators in scientific meetings and conferences. The award recognizes the outstanding research being conducted by ASIP Regular and Next-Generation Scientist members who are employed as Junior Faculty at institutions around the world.

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Junior Faculty Scholar Award

The Monga-Hans Junior Faculty Scholar Award is offered to promote the participation of early career investigators in scientific meetings and conferences. The award recognizes the outstanding research being conducted by ASIP Regular and Next-Generation Scientist members who are employed as Junior Faculty at institutions around the world.

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George K. Michalopoulos Junior Faculty Scholar Award

The George K. Michalopoulos Junior Faculty Scholar Award is offered to promote the participation of early career investigators in scientific meetings and conferences. The award recognizes the outstanding research being conducted by ASIP Regular and Next-Generation Scientist members who are employed as Junior Faculty at institutions around the world.


Recipients of a Junior Faculty Scholar Award will receive a cash award, plaque, and complimentary meeting registration

The deadline to submit your award package is

11:59 PM (EDT) November, 30 2021


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Five tips for writing a great abstract

5 Tips to submit abstract

Whether you are a senior scientist at the height of your career, a student planning to attend your very first scientific conference, or anyone in between, take a moment to check out our five tips for writing a great abstract #ASIP2022 at #ExpBio

Whether you are a senior scientist at the height of your career, a student planning to attend your very first scientific conference, or anyone in between, take a moment to check out our five tips for writing a great abstract.

  • Have a catchy title. Be concise and creative with your title. Don’t forget to reference your conclusion in your title.
  • Write for a broad audience. EB covers a wide array of topics, so be sure to write your abstract so it can be understood by researchers in other disciplines. Avoid acronyms when possible.
  • State your problem up front.  Clearly describe the problem you’re solving with your research. Provide a clear hypothesis or objective upfront.
  • Focus on your findings, not your methods.  A brief statement about your methods is usually sufficient.  Be sure to focus primarily on your findings.
  • Talk about the significance of the research.  Include a sentence or two describing the significance of the study and what it means for your field.        

Submit an abstract today Today’s the day! The abstract submission system for Experimental Biology (EB) 2022 is now open. Don’t miss the opportunity to present at the world’s largest meeting in the life sciences covering research in anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology and physiology.

Register now Registration for EB 2022 is also now open. With thousands of attendees each year, EB is the ideal venue for researchers of all career levels to: Present their research. Network with their colleagues. Follow the latest advancements in their fields. Build their careers.  

COVID-19 As scientific societies working in the life sciences, we support vaccines and vaccine research as essential tools in the fight against disease, including the current pandemic. For the health and safety of our members and community, EB 2022 is requiring COVID-19 vaccines for anyone attending the event.       

The end of an era For many years, Experimental Biology has been the world’s largest cross-disciplinary meeting in the life sciences. 2022 marks the end of an era: The last EB meeting. We plan to go out with a BANG!

Be sure to submit an abstract to present – it’s your last chance to get this kind of cross-disciplinary visibility for your research at one meeting.

Women in Pathology Meritorious Awards

WiP Meritorious Awards

The leadership of the Women in Pathology in conjunction with the ASIP Council has established two new meritorious awards to recognize individuals who have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of women within the ASIP, at their own institutions, and across the field of experimental pathology. 

Nomination packages for these awards will be reviewed by the Meritorious Awards Committee annually and awardees will be selected. Awardees will be recognized at the Annual Meeting and will deliver a presentation related to the advancement of women in science during an appropriate Women in Pathology event.

Awardees will receive a commemorative etched glass award and a monetary prize.

Deadline – December 15, 2021

Marilyn G. Farquhar Early Career Award for Exceptional Achievement in the Advancement of Women in Experimental Pathology

This award is named for Dr. Marilyn G. Farquhar who achieved much in her long career as an educator, researcher, and mentor. Among her many achievements, Dr. Farquhar trained numerous women scientists, many of whom went on to exceptional research careers themselves. This award will be conferred on an ASIP member who demonstrates exceptional achievement in the advancement of women experimental pathologists during the early phases of career (assistant/associate professor or equivalent).

Eligible candidates must be an ASIP Regular or Next-Generation member (woman or man) in good standing for five years prior to nomination and meet the following four requirements:

  1. Demonstrates training/mentoring of women in experimental pathology and success of the women trainees/mentees.
  2. Demonstrates leadership at their institution, in professional societies, and within the field of experimental pathology.
  3. Demonstrates service to the community in the promotion of science.
  4. Exhibits innovative approaches to the recruitment and retention of women in experimental pathology.

Nominations for this award must include:

  1. The Nominee’s curriculum vitae (CV).
  2. A description of the Nominee’s work in the four achievement categories listed above (provided by the Nominee).
  3. Three letters of support from former or current trainees/mentees.
  4. Three letters of support from peers.

Freida Robscheit-Robbins Award for Exceptional Achievement in the Advancement of Women in Experimental Pathology

This award is named for Dr. Freida Robscheit-Robbins who achieved much in her long career as an educator, researcher, and mentor. Among her many achievements, Dr. Robscheit-Robbins was a pioneer in the leadership in the American Society for Experimental Pathology (precursor to the ASIP). She was the first woman President of the ASEP and served the Society in other elected positions, including Secretary-Treasurer, as well as representative to the FASEB Board of Directors. This award will be conferred on a senior ASIP member (professor or equivalent) who demonstrates exceptional achievement in the advancement of women experimental pathologists during their career.

Eligible candidates must be an ASIP Regular or Next-Generation member (woman or man) in good standing for five years prior to nomination and meet the following four requirements:

  1. Demonstrates training/mentoring of women in experimental pathology and success of the women trainees/mentees.
  2. Demonstrates leadership at their institution, in professional societies, and within the field of experimental pathology.
  3. Demonstrates service to the community in the promotion of science.
  4. Exhibits innovative approaches to the recruitment and retention of women in experimental pathology.

Nominations for this award must include:

  1. The Nominee’s curriculum vitae (CV).
  2. A description of the Nominee’s work in the four achievement categories listed above (provided by the Nominee).
  3. Three letters of support from former or current trainees/mentees.
  4. Three letters of support from peers.

Please direct questions related to the ASIP Meritorious Awards to lmcfadden@asip.org or wbcoleman@asip.org


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