New submission site: AJP is now using EVISE!
New study from ASIP member author Dr. Udayan Apte and colleagues highlighting GSK3 in liver regerenation after an acetaminophen overdose. The American Journal of Pathology, March 2017
Insights into the pathogenesis retinitis pigmentosa associated with mutant RPE35. This Open Access article is free to access. The American Journal of Pathology, March 2017
New submission site: JMD is now using EVISE!
JMD now welcomes Clinical Informatics articles for consideration and publication!
Open Access article from Krevolin and colleagues investigating a new method to reverse effects of chemical cross-linking in HPV testing. The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics, March 2017
ASIP Companion Meeting at the USCAP 2017 Annual Meeting
San Antonio, TX
"The Liquid Biopsy: Future Applications for the Pathologist - Buckle Up, It May Be a Bumpy Ride!" Sunday, March 5, 2017
1:30PM - 4:30PM
Read the October 2016 issue of the ASIP Trainee Newsletter.
Find a Job! Check out the pathology jobs listings on PathologyJobsToday!
Don't miss these upcoming programs at the ASIP 2017 Annual Meeting:
XVIIth Annual ASIP/AAA Career Development and Mentoring Program and Lunch: Developing Your Core Message: An Interactive Session on Crafting an Effective Elevator Speech
Committee for Career Development & Diversity Workshop and Breakfast: Developing Your Personal Brand for Career Success
ASIP YOUNG SCIENTIST LEADERSHIP AWARD LECTURE: A Balancing Act: Role of HNF4α/ß-Catenin Interaction in Hepatobiliary Development and Cholangiocarcinoma Formation
American College of Veterinary Pathologists
American Physician Scientists Association (PARTNER)
Association for Molecular Pathology
Association of Pathology Chairs
American Society for Clinical Pathology
Intersociety Council for Pathology Information
Societa Italiana di Patologia e Medicina Traslazionale
Society of Toxicologic Pathology
ASIP Mourns the Loss of former ASEP President Peter C. Nowell
Dr. Peter Nowell passed away on Monday, December 26, 2016 at the age of 88. Dr. Nowell is best known for his ground-breaking work identifying the Philadelphia chromosome in patients with chronic myelogenous leukemia, the first evidence of cancer as a genetic disease. Dr. Nowell made many other research contributions, especially in cytogenetics and evolution of cancer. Dr. Nowell became a member of the American Society for Experimental Pathology (ASEP, predecessor to ASIP) in 1961 and was President of ASEP from 1970 – 1971. He received the Parke-Davis Award (predecessor of the ASIP Outstanding Investigator Award) in 1965 and the Rous-Whipple Award in 1986, in addition to many other prestigious awards from other organizations.
View the July 2016 ASIP Pathogenesis Blog Post
Read the 2010 - 2015 Milestones in Investigative Pathology Compendium Fascinating accounts of seminal research findings during the last 300 years. Editor: William K. Funkhouser, MD, PhD.
Voting is now open for the
ASIP 2017 Election!
|George Michalopoulos, MD, PhD
Read the President's Welcome
Read the October 2016 issue of the ASIP Digital and Computational Pathology Scientific Interest Group (DCP SIG) Modality of the Month commentary:X-ray and Terahertz (THz) Imaging written by DCP SIG Co-Chair: Stanley Cohen.
Plan to attend this course at the ASIP 2017 Annual Meeting! Pathobiology for Research Scientists: Next-Generation Genomics for the Basic/ Translational/Clinical Scientist