American Society for Investigative Pathology, June 2011, Vol 3, No. 2

Have you recently completed any milestones in YOUR training or career?

On behalf of the Committee for Career Development, Women and Minorities, we would like to invite you to submit your recent accomplishments to be featured in the ASIP Trainee Newsletter.

This “Trainee Milestones and Updates” page highlights honors/awards, grants/ fellowships, new jobs/promotions and publications of ASIP Trainee members, whether you're just beginning your academic career, or you're well on your way as a seasoned young investigator!

To submit an article or announcement for the next issue of the ASIP Trainee Newsletter, please email your article to Submissions are subject to review. Please include a digital photograph with your submission.

ASIP Trainee Newsletter
Cecelia Yates
Christi Kolarcik

Jayne Reuben
Tara Sander
Mark E. Sobel

Trainee Milestones and Updates

We would like to congratulate Eileen Heinrich for successfully defending her thesis entitled “IL-1b downregulates E-cadherin via Fra-1 activation” in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Pathology at UCLA.
Edgar S. Diaz Cruz We would like to congratulate ASIP Trainee Edgar S. Diaz Cruz for being appointed Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacology at Belmont University. Edgar is a former postdoctoral fellow at the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center at Georgetown University. His new appointment begins August 1st 2011.
Gina Griffith Congratulations to Gina Griffith, a current graduate student at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, for winning the Oklahoma Bioscience Award in the amount of $2500. This award allows Gina to attend the BIO International 2011 Conference in June 2011. In addition, Gina also received a Graduate Student Association Travel Award ($1000)