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OUR DONATIONS TO ASIP MAKE A LASTING IMPACT!

Support ASIP Career and Educational Initiatives for Young Investigators
ASIP’s mission is to provide our young experimental pathologists with challenging educational and professional career development initiatives focused on new discoveries in pathogenesis and its ultimate influence on disease prevention and health care. Your gifts go a long way toward providing opportunities for our youngest ASIP members!

A.D. Sobel -ASIP Education Fund
Mark Sobel, ASIP’s Executive Officer, established the Abraham David Sobel-ASIP Education Fund to perpetuate his late father’s lifelong interest insupporting education and training for young scientists. Funds will be used to support education and mentorship of trainee members of the ASIP. To date, over 100 individuals and 7 institutions/organizations have contributed over $75,000 to the A.D. Sobel-ASIP Education Fund.
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GALL Award Fund
The GALL Travel Award in Cardiovascular Research Fund was established by ASIP member Dr. Jonathon Homeister in honor of his mentors in the field of cardiovascular pathology. The Fund name is derived from the first initials of his mentor’s last names: Dr. David Gordon, Dr. Gerald Abrams, Dr. Benedict Lucchesi, and Dr. John Lowe. The Fund supports the GALL Travel Award in Cardiovascular Research, for travel to the ASIP Annual Meeting of an ASIP trainee member who submits an abstract relevant to experimental cardiovascular pathobiology. Candidates for the GALL Travel Award in Cardiovascular Research should submit an application upon submission of their abstract to the ASIP Annual Meeting. The awardee will be chosen by the ASIP Program Committee on the basis of excellence in cardiovascular pathobiology research.
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The George K. Michalopoulos Junior Faculty Travel Award Fundis made possible by the generous support of the George K. Michalopoulos Family. Officially launched in October 2016 at the PISA 2016 Meeting in Houston, TX, the George K. Michalopoulos Junior Faculty Travel Award (formerly known as the ASIP Junior Faculty Travel Award) is offered to promote the participation of early career investigators in scientific meetings and conferences. This award recognizes the outstanding research being conducted by ASIP Regular and Next Century members who are employed as Junior Faculty at institutions around the world.

Gotlieb Family Fund for Undergraduate Education in Pathobiology
Dr. Gotlieb established the Gotlieb Family Fund for Undergraduate Education in Pathobiology to fund a dedicated trainee travel award for anundergraduate to attend the ASIP annual meeting. The Gotlieb Family Fund will accept donations from ASIP members, friends, and Gotlieb family members.
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Hans-Monga – ASIP Trainee Travel Award FundThe Hans-Monga – ASIP Trainee Travel Award Fund, honoring the memory of the late Drs. Amar Singh Hans and Satwant Kaur Monga,was established by ASIP member Dr. Satdarshan (Paul) S. Monga and his wife, Dr. Dulabh Kaur Monga, to honor the memory of their late parents The Fund establishes two trainee travel awards for excellence in research in the areas of cardiovascular biology and neoplasia.
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The Marion and Lawrence (Larry) Muller Memorial Fund – ASIP Trainee Travel Award for Excellence in Inflammation Research, was established by ASIP member Dr. William (Bill) Muller and his wife, Joan Muller and honors the memory of his late parents Marion Muller and Lawrence (Larry) Muller. The Fund will be awarded to an ASIP trainee member who submits an abstract as first author to the annual meeting that presents outstanding research on the underlying molecular and cellular mechanisms of inflammation in general or inflammatory disease.
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The Marion and Lawrence (Larry) Muller Memorial Fund – ASIP Trainee Travel Award for Excellence in Neurodegenerative Disease Research, was established by ASIP member Dr. William (Bill) Muller and his wife, Joan Muller and honors the memory of his late parents Marion Muller and Lawrence (Larry) Muller, both of whom died of neurodegenerative disease.  It will be awarded to an ASIP trainee member who submits an abstract as first author to the annual meeting that presents outstanding research on the underlying molecular and cellular mechanisms of neurodegenerative disease in general or of a specific neurodegenerative disease.
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Rojkind-Monga – ASIP Trainee Travel Award
for Excellence in Liver Pathobiology Research

The Rojkind-Monga – ASIP Trainee Travel Award for Excellence in Liver Pathobiology Research, honoring the memory of the late Drs. Marcos J. Rojkind and Gurdarshan Singh Monga, was established by ASIPmember Dr. Satdarshan (Paul) S. Monga to support travel to the ASIP Annual Meeting of an ASIP trainee member who submits an abstract that includes data relevant to experimental studies in liver pathobiology. Candidates for the Rojkind-Monga-ASIP Trainee Travel Award should submit an application upon submission of their abstract to the ASIP Annual Meeting. The awardee will be chosen by the ASIP Program Committee on the basis of excellence in liver pathobiology research.
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Pathology Leadership Fund
The PLF supports symposia and workshops at the ASIP annual meetings and educational initiatives. The PLF fund was established in 2004 by theleadership of ASIP. To date, ASIP members have contributed over $75,000 to this fund. Join with your distinguished colleagues today by making a contribution to the PLF today.
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