Virtual Conferences: How will conferencing change after COVID?

Many of us were getting ready for spring conference season when COVID hit. Now, however, we need to look to the future of conferencing and consider what will change when it comes to conferencing post COVID. Will anything Change? My answer to this... absolutely not. I think people will be so anxious to get outside [...]

2020 NIH Virtual Summer Enrichment Program

The NIH Virtual Summer Curriculum is intended for high school, college & post-baccalaureate students. Classes Start June 8th. These online offering will focus on the exciting science at the NIH and on important career and professional development topics for students at all educational levels. You can choose to participate in career development series for high [...]

Webinar: Autopsy Insights into the Pathogenesis of COVID-19

Drs. Buja and Vander Heide will discuss up-to-date information regarding the pathobiology of COVID-19 based on their personal experiences conducting autopsies on COVID-19 positive patients in Houston, Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana, respectively. In addition, they will review information from autopsy series starting to emerge from other US cities as well as other countries. The speakers [...]

Post COVID-19 world: Is STEM academia in trouble?

Class of 2020, how does it feel? No giant ceremony, no group photos, and worst of all no family. Thousands of students from high school through professional degree programs graduated the Class of 2020 this past weekend. This year is definitely unique, but the Spring 2020 semester is likely going to set the stage for [...]

A Message from The ASIP Executive Officer

https://youtu.be/kWmXgpVagTE https://videopress.com/v/EqpvN03x?preloadContent=metadata Hi Bill !! Taking a moment to say how I enjoy working w/him - from my DirectorOfGraduateStudies at @UNC to ExecutiveOfficer of @ASIPath , which I have been a member for 10 yrsLMK if you want more info about membership, it is a truly special society!https://t.co/INRSSodcOI— Kristine Wadosky PhD (@KristineWadosky) April 10, 2020