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Abstract Submission Deadline: June 30

Junior Faculty Travel Award Application
Deadline: June 30

Trainee Travel Award
Deadline: June 30

Poster Awards! Exhibits!
At the Houston Methodist Research Institute and the Marriott Houston Medical Center in Houston, TX
October 20-22, 2016

Special Events:

CMEWelcome Reception
CMEAwards Presentation
CMEPoster Discussions
CMECareer Development Workshop - Dancing with Journals: The Mechanics of Publishing Your Research

Symposia - With Abstract-Driven Short Talks:

CMEThe Inflammatory Interface: The Force Awakens
CMEMucosal Pathobiology
CMECell-Cell Communications
CMEMicrobiome and Disease

ASIP Rous-Whipple Award Lecture:
CMEMolecular Triggers Underlying Pandemics Caused by Group A Streptococcus, the Flesh-Eating Pathogen, James M. Musser, MD, PhD, Houston Methodist Hospital

ASIP Young Scientist Leadership Award Lecture:
CMEApproaching Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis from Cellular, System and Technological Angles,
Christi Kolarcik PhD, University of Pittsburgh

Submit an Abstract Apply for an Award Register
ASIP News It's time to start submitting your nominations!
CMEASIP Accepting Nominations for 2018 Meritorious Awards
CMECall for Nominations for the ASIP 2017 Election
CMERead the June issue of ASIP Pathways


Journal news
CMEHave you seen the new AJP monthly newsletter: Path to Publish?
Read the inaugural issue here

CMENew Study Lays Groundwork for Potential New Anti-Cancer Therapy, according to a report in The American Journal of Pathology.

CMENew Mutation-Testing Technology Has Potential to Guide Targeted Therapies in Lung and Colorectal Cancer, according to a report in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics.

Federal News NIH funding opportunities
NIH Funding Opportunities and Notices
Science News FDA or medical practice?
Should reporting of clinical genetic test results be regulated by the FDA or is it medical practice?
Read ASIP's response to the FDA.
Mentor Recruiting mentors and mentees for ASIP's new PathForward Mentoring Program
Mentoring can provide career development, professional skills, and even grant preparation assistance to our young investigators.
Want to mentor? - Want to be mentored?

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