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- ASIP Award Lectures for #ASIP2021 at #ExpBio
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- Scholarships for free registration poster abstract presentation opportunities available for upcoming Liver Conference!
- In Memorium – Thomas Scott Edgington, MD 1932 -2021
- Dr. Kelsey Dillehay-McKillip named the recipient of University of Cincinnati’s 2021 College of Medicine’s Research Service Award
- ASIP Member Dr. James Musser featured for COVID-19 Research
- The COVID-19 Autopsy Experience
- 2020 recipient of the Fred Sanfilippo-ASIP Visiting Lectureship
- When was the last time you upgraded your skill set?
- Advocate for Supplemental Funding for NIH-funded Investigators
- Member Benefit: 20% Discount on BooksDid you know that ASIP members can shop at us.elsevierhealth.com and use ASIP20 at checkout to redeem a 20% discount on all Elsevier books? Not a member? ASIP Regular Members save almost 50% when publishing in The American Journal of Pathology. The American Journal of PATHOLOGY Discoveries in Basic and Translational PathobiologyThe most frequently cited […]
- PISA Registration is OPEN!Visit the #PISA2020 Website below for the Virtual Program, Registration Information and abstract Submission! Meeting registration rates are discounted and reasonable, especially for members We hope you will encourage your colleagues and peers who might be interested to attend PISA2020 to join the ASIP and take advantage of the discounts. ASIP Trainee members (in all […]
- How vaccines work: immune effector mechanisms and designer vaccinesIntroduction: Three major advances have led to increase in length and quality of human life:increased food production, improved sanitation and induction of specific adaptive immune responses to infectious agents (vaccination). Which has had the most impact is subject to debate.The number and variety of infections agents and the mechanisms that they have evolved to allow […]