Magali Saint-Geniez , PhD – Women in Pathology

Magali Saint-Geniez , PhDHarvard Medical School, Associate Professor of OphthalmologySchepens Eye Research Institute of Massachusetts Eye and Ear, Assistant Scientist Dr. Magali Saint-Geniez earned her PhD from the University of Toulouse, France where she trained in vascular research at the ISERM laboratory. In 2002, she joined the Schepens Eye Research Institute at Mass. Eye and [...]

Linda McManus, PhD – Women in Pathology

Linda McManus, PhD Linda McManus, PhD, is a Distinguished Teaching Professor of Pathology and Periodontics at the University of Texas Health San Antonio (UT Health San Antonio) where she also serves as the Director of the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs. Dr. McManus is a longstanding member of the ASIP and has served many years in [...]

9 Ways to Network During a Pandemic

Robbie Samuels, MSW 🏳️‍🌈 “Due to an abundance of caution, we’re canceling our event.” All over the world, event organizers have had to make the difficult decision to send this message. According to the International Association of Exhibitions and Events, 76% of people surveyed said that networking was a top driver for why they chose [...]

ASIP Past President Dr. Jim Musser describes new treatments for COVID-19 under investigation at Houston Methodist with Diane Sawyer

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Scientist – The most valuable skillset in the COVID-19 pandemic

A Difficult Time For Scientists By now the majority of academic STEM researchers have shut down their labs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a 5th year PhD student, this was definitely not the challenge I was expecting to be my last hurdle in earning my PhD. I have seen many stories that have [...]