American Society for Investigative Pathology, February 2010, Vol 2, No. 1

EB2010
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UPCOMING DEADLINES!

LATE-BREAKING ABSTRACT DEADLINE
February 24, 2010
(All accepted late-breaking abstracts will be presented on Wednesday, April 28, 2010)

EARLY (REDUCED) REGISTRATION
February 24, 2010

HOTEL RESERVATION DEADLINE
March 19, 2010

DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER FOR THIS SPECIAL SESSION!
10th Annual Career Development Program and Lunch: Mentoring the Mentors
Early Registration Deadline:
April 2, 2010
(Lunch Included)



 

 

 

ASIP Annual Meeting at EB2010 - Plan to Attend these Sessions for Trainees!

Highlights: Graduate Student Research in Pathology
Saturday, April 24, 1:30PM - 4:30PM
Chaired: Anthony Cuneo
Sponsored by the ASIP Committee for Career Development, Women & Minorities
This session showcases a selection of oral and poster presentations by students, taken from regular sessions.  It provides a view of the research excellence among trainees in Pathology.  Scout for a postdoctoral fellow and meet colleagues from other pathology research training programs.

Excellence in Science Award Lecture
Saturday, April 24, 3:55pm-4:10pm
Presented during the Highlights: Graduate Student Research in Pathology Session
Cancer Epigenetics: Lessons from Yeast to Humans
Ashley G. Rivenbark

Ashley RivenbarkAshley Rivenbark is a Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.  She has a PhD in Toxicology from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.  Currently under the direction of Dr. Brian D. Strahl, she is examining the role of histone H3 lysine 36 methylation and demethylation in transcriptional regulation using budding yeast as a model system.  Since histone H3 lysine 36 is associated with cancer development, Dr. Rivenbark is going to apply what she has learned in yeast to human cells in order to gain a better understanding of cancer pathogenesis.  Dr. Rivenbark’s research also includes examining histone methylation patterns in breast tumors, elucidating the modification profile of these tumors in order to help determine if histone modifications are clinically relevant for patient assessment of breast cancer. 
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Workshop: Non-traditional Career Opportunities in Pathology
Sunday, April 25, 2010, 8:30am-11:30am
Chaired: Elizabeth Galbreath and Jayne Reuben
Sponsored by the ASIP Committee for Career Development, Women & Minorities
• Scientific Writing and Editing
Audra Cox, The American Journal of Pathology
• From Training Rats to Training Policy: Adventures in the Life of a Science Policy Analyst
Jennifer Hobin, FASEB
• The Long and Winding Road: A Non-Traditional Path to a Non-Traditional Role in the Biopharmaceutical Industry
Wendy Halpern, Genentech
• From Lab Rat to Law Geek: Life as a Patent Attorney
Karen S. Canady, Canady & Lortz, LLP
• Panel Discussion
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10th Annual Career Development Program and Lunch:
Mentoring the Mentors

Sunday, April 25, 2010, 11:45am - 1:45pm
Register Online!
Chaired: Marion C. Cohen & Stanley Cohen
Supported by the ASIP Committee for Career Development, Women & Minorities, the American Association of Anatomists, and the FASEB MARC Program. Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from CADMUS.

The Career Development Luncheon, “Mentoring the Mentors” offers an opportunity for trainees, mentors, and investigators to hear and discuss the mentoring process as it exists within the global academic framework.  Dr. Rivenbark and Monga will provide their insights into the mentoring process as seen through the eyes of the mentored and the mentor, respectively.  Following this, Dr. Kumar will describe the role of the department chair as a mentor not only to trainees, but also to his or her entire faculty.  Next, Dr. Tykocinski will discuss ways in which the dean, as the academic leader of an institution, can encourage and support the creation of an environment in which mentorship flourishes throughout that institution.  Dr. S. Cohen will provide a summary overview that puts into perspective the fact that the mentor and the mentored each gain from the informal partnership, and that this partnership can only flourish in an interactive framework of institutional support.  In this way, we will consider the mentoring experience as a kind of “apprenticeship” for development that exists in a continuum of linked relationships.  Following the speakers’ presentations, there will be a panel discussion for additional interaction between the audience and speakers.
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Young Experimental Scientists (Y.E.S.) Mixer
Monday, April 26, 2010 - 9PM - Midnight
Hosted by the EB sponsoring societies
Dance, relax, network while enjoying complimentary snacks and soft drinks.
You must wear your EB badge to gain admittance.
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