Lifetime Contributions > $5,000
Lifetime Contributions > $2,500
Lifetime Contributions > $1,000
Lifetime Contributions > $500
Lifetime Contributions up to $500
Lifetime Contributions up to $100
In 2013, the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) celebrated the centennial of the formation of one of its two predecessor societies, the American Society for Experimental Pathology (ASEP). ASEP was formed in 1913 to provide a pathology arm to the newly established FASEB, and is the reason that we have been holding joint annual meetings with our sister FASEB societies since that time (currently Experimental Biology). In the 1970s, the ASEP merged with the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (formed in 1900) to become the American Association of Pathologists, which in 1992 was re-incorporated as the American Society for Investigative Pathology.
Centennial observances included a special reception during Experimental Biology 2013 in Boston, the publication of a historical archive of major scientific accomplishments of the membership, and a Journal Centennial program with special features in issues of The American Journal of Pathology.
The Centennial Fund was established to support these programs. ASIP gratefully acknowledges $63,000 in contributions to the Centennial Fund from 57 ASIP Members, 6 pathology departments, 2 societies, and 2 corporate donors.
Donors are acknowledged at the following levels:
Centennial Leader - Recognizes contributions of $5,000 or more
Centennial Ambassador - Recognizes contributions of $2,500 or more
Centennial Diplomat - Recognizes contributions of $1,000 or more
Centennial Partner - Recognizes contributions of $500 or more
Centennial Supporter - Recognizes Contributions up to $500
Centennial Friend - Recognizes contributions up to $100