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Advocating For Pathology Research Funding

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Quick and Easy Tools To Use In Advocating on Behalf of Funding for Pathology Research

 

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ASIP Science Policy

The Public Affairs Working Group, currently chaired by Daniel Remick of Boston University, supports ASIP by ensuring that the public affairs concerns of ASIP members are heard within ASIP, in cooperation with FASEB and in the wider biomedical and research communities. Areas of active interest to the ASIP Public Affairs Working Group are listed below with links to current information.

Advocating On Behalf Of Funding for Pathology Research
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Human Subjects Research Protection

Research Funding, Submission and Related Concerns

Physician Scientist Workforce

  • FASEB report: Physician Scientists - Assessing the Workforce (December 2013)
  • NIH report: Physician Scientist Workforce Working Group Report (June 2014)
Translational Research

Animal Rights Extremism

  • FASEB statement supporting air transport of animals (September 2014)
  • FASEB report: The Threat of Extremism to Medical Research: Best Practices to Mitigate Risk through Preparation and Communication
Administrative Burden

Other areas of interest to the ASIP Public Affairs Working Group include gene patent law; health information technology as it applies to the research enterprise; creating a physician-scientist track for Pathology Board certification; reduction in NIH's graduate education funding; open access and open government initiatives; HIPPA policy impact on research; and issues related to biorepository and biosecurity regulation.

To contribute your point of view on any issue, please contact the ASIP Public Affairs Working Group through Jennifer Dreyfus at jdreyfus@asip.org. Thank you!