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Giving Tuesday

This has been a difficult year for everyone—especially those who are experiencing isolation due to COVID-19. Many people are desperate for connection, and we try to share resources to encourage the ASIP spirit during these challenging times. The pandemic continues to take a toll on health care workers.


There is hope, and you can help.
We want to continue our efforts in discovering disease mechanisms with even more ways to support education in pathology. We would love to have you join us for #GivingTuesday. 
ASIP joined #GivingTuesday last year and raised funds for travel awards. This year our goal is to raise $10,000. Your donations will be matched by the ASIP!


How can you help?

As a supporter of the ASIP, we need your help. Please share our fundraiser with your network on #GivingTuesday. We welcome any donation amount. Mark your calendar and help us reach our $10,000 goal. 
How will the money raised be used?

This year, the ASIP is fundraising to provide support for undergraduate to work in a research laboratory during summer 2021 through the ASIP Summer Research Opportunity Program in Pathology (SROPP). This program promotes the entry of young scientists into the mainstream of the basic, translational, and clinical research communities and provides summer research opportunities in pathobiology mentored by ASIP members. Donations can also be designated towards the Pathology Leadership Fund, any of our named Trainee Scholar Awards, or any of our named Junior Faculty Scholar Awards.


Why Give?

Your Impact has helped many past award recipients. Will you consider donating this year to ASIP to help advance pathology education?
Every $ raised is helpful. Thank you for your support. Click the red button below to donate. We are grateful for you and your generosity. Together, we can make lasting change.

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Abstract Submission Deadline for #ASIP2022 at #ExpBio is TOMORROW!

Deadline

Time is Running out to Share your Science!

The platform will offer outstanding opportunities to explore the latest research. You’ll have access to plenary lectures, workshops, symposia, poster presentations, an exhibit hall and career services. You can also: 

·    build connections

·    attend sessions

·    review and discuss posters

Submit your abstract

by: Tuesday, November 30, 2021 11:59 PM PT

Junior faculty and trainee scholar awards deadline is Nov 30. 


Trainee Scholar Award Opportunities Available

Trainee Scholar Awards recognize excellence in research from ASIP Trainee members (Undergraduate Students, Pre- and Post-Doctoral Trainees). Awardees are selected based upon the scientific merit of their submitted abstract. Trainee abstracts will be programmed for presentation in a poster session and/or minisymposia.

 Apply Here

Your safety is our top priority. Vaccinations will be required.

Submit an abstract to an ASIP topic category today.


Experimental Biology 2022
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 NOW is the time to join so you can receive discounted registration rates
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Abstract Deadline: November 30

Apply for Travel Awards TODAY!

#ASIP2022 at #ExpBio

#ASIP2022 at #ExpBio

  • Lectures
  • Symposia
  • Workshops
  • Special Sessions & More!

Register as an ASIP member by February 7 to get discounted registration.

Register and save today!

Advance registration deadline:

April 12, 2021

#MoreThanMembership | #YouBelongInASIP

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Call for Speakers for the Young Investigator Keynote Seminar Series 2022

Call for Speakers for the Young Investigator Keynote Seminar Series 2022
Third Wednesday of Each Month

The ASIP Young Investigator Keynote Seminar Series is a virtual forum for trainee members of the ASIP to showcase their research through full-length seminars. This seminar series enables ASIP trainee members to get to know each other’s research, complimenting their social and networking interactions. This seminar series also enables regular members of the ASIP to participate in the professional development of our trainee members, and learn about the research of their colleagues in the field of experimental pathobiology. Faculty members please encourage your predoc and postdoctoral trainees to participate.

If you would like to be a presenter in the next series, please contact us.

Share Your Science

American Society for Investigative Pathology Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology | Philly Apr 2-5

Basic Science and Translational Research into Mechanisms of Human Disease – Improving Disease Prevention, Detection, Diagnosis, and TreatmentOn behalf of the…


For many years, EB has been the world’s largest interdisciplinary meeting in the life sciences, covering biochemistry and molecular biology, anatomy, pharmacology, physiology and pathology. The 2022 meeting marks the end of an era and will be the last EB meeting, but the science will continue! 

Our program committee designed some great sessions with this year’s theme being, “Basic Science and Translational Research into Mechanisms of Human Disease – Improving Disease Prevention, Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment.” We hope you can join us in person for this amazing event April 2-5 in Philadelphia.

Topic categories include Bioinformatics, Digital/Computational Pathology, Cardiac Pathobiology, Pathobiology, Metabolic Disorders and Metabolomics, Diabetes, Nutrition and Disease, Obesity, Molecular Diagnostics, Cancer, Animal Models, Parkinson’s Disease, Aging and More!

Scientists of all career stages can present and get feedback on their work, as well as attend engaging talks and inspiring poster sessions. We look forward to seeing you and your science at EB 2022 in Philadelphia, PA!

Submit an abstract to an ASIP topic category today.


Experimental Biology 2022
Submit an Abstract
Register Now

Register soon for the best rates.
Not a Member? Save on registration when you join the ASIP!
 NOW is the time to join so you can receive discounted registration rates
AND the many benefits that come with membership.
Learn more

Abstract Deadline: November 30

Apply for Travel Awards TODAY!

#ASIP2022 at #ExpBio

Register as an ASIP member by February 7 to get discounted registration.

Register and save today!

Advance registration deadline:

April 12, 2021.

Trainee Meritorious and Scholar Awards Open!

ASIP (EPIT) Experimental Pathologist-in-Training Award

This is a prestigious award presented to an ASIP Post-Doctoral Trainee member (research and clinical fellows) who has excelled in investigative efforts in studying the mechanisms of disease.

Applicants who apply for the EPIT Award will also be considered for ASIP an EPIT Merit Award. Prior recipients of the EPIT and EPIT-Merit Awards may reapply if the work submitted is clearly distinct from the work previously submitted when the first award was given. Consideration will not be given for continuation of the same project.

Eligibility and Requirements:

  • Be an ASIP Post-Doctoral member in good standing at the time of application submission and through the dates of the meeting.
  • Submit an abstract to an ASIP Topic Category by the established deadline.
  • Submit an extended research report (this report should not exceed 750 words nor include more than one table and one figure).
  • Submit a Letter of Recommendation from a supervisor, colleague, mentor, etc., attesting to the applicants work role and potential as a biomedical research investigator. 

Recipients of an EPIT or EPIT-Merit Award will receive a cash award, certificate, and complimentary meeting registration.


ASIP (EPIGT) Experimental Pathologist-in-Graduate -Training Award

This is a prestigious award presented to an ASIP graduate student in a PhD training program, MD/PhD training program, or MD training program and who has excelled in investigative efforts in studying the mechanisms of disease.

Applicants who apply for the EPIGT Award will also be considered for an EPIGT-Merit Award. Prior recipients of the EPIGT and EPIGT-Merit Awards may reapply if the work submitted is clearly distinct from the work previously submitted when the first award was given. Consideration will not be given for continuation of the same project.

Eligibility and Requirements:

  • Be an ASIP Pre-Doctoral member in good standing at the time of application submission and through the dates of the meeting.
  • Submit an abstract to an ASIP Topic Category by the established deadline.
  • Submit an extended research report (this report should not exceed 750 words nor include more than one table and one figure).
  • Submit a Letter of Recommendation from a supervisor, colleague, mentor, etc., attesting to the applicants work role and potential as a biomedical research investigator. 

Recipients of an EPIGT or EPIGT-Merit Award will receive a cash award, certificate, and complimentary meeting registration.


Trainee Scholar Awards

To promote the entry young scientists into the mainstream of the basic/translational/clinical science community and to encourage the participation of young investigative pathologists in ASIP events, we offer a robust trainee scholar awards program.  Trainee Scholar Awards acknowledge excellence in research and provides Trainee members (Undergraduate Students, Pre- and Post-doctoral Trainees) to attend the ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology (EB).

Not a Member? Save on registration when you join the ASIP!

 If you are not already a member, now is the time to join so you can receive discounted registration rates as well as the many the benefits that come with membership.

Learn more