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Support ASIP Career and Educational Initiatives for Young Investigators...
ASIP's mission is to provide our young experimental pathologists with challenging educational and professional career development initiatives focused on new discoveries in pathogenesis and its ultimate influence on disease prevention and health care. Your gifts go a long way toward providing opportunities for our youngest ASIP members!


  • ASIP Centennial Fund
    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 and the launching of an ASIP Archive website.
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  • A.D. Sobel -ASIP Education Fund
    Mark Sobel, ASIP's Executive Officer, established the Abraham David Sobel-ASIP Education Fund to perpetuate his late father's lifelong interest in supporting education and training for young scientists. Funds will be used to support education and mentorship of trainee members of the ASIP. To date, over 70 individuals have contributed nearly $40,000 to the Abraham David Sobel-ASIP Education Fund. In 2014, the fund will sponsor A.D. Sobel - ASIP Education Fund Scholar Awards and the Marcos Rojkind-ASIP Trainee Travel Award for trainees to attend the ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology. In addition, the fund supports the ASIP Young Scientist Leadership Award which recognizes outstanding achievements at the earliest stages of a career in biomedical research.
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  • Gotlieb Family Fund for Undergraduate Education in Pathobiology
    Dr. Gotlieb established the Gotlieb Family Fund for Undergraduate Education in Pathobiology to fund a dedicated trainee travel award for an undergraduate to attend the ASIP annual meeting. The Gotlieb Family Fund will accept donations from ASIP members, friends, and Gotlieb family members.
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  • Marcos Rojkind - ASIP Trainee Travel Award
    The Marcos Rojkind - ASIP Trainee Travel Award honors the memory of Dr. Marcos J. Rojkind, a loyal member of ASIP for forty years. Educated in Mexico, Dr. Rojkind was the recipient in 1985 of Mexico's highest scientific honor, the National Service Award. He joined the faculty at George Washington University in 2002. Dr. Rojkind did seminal work in many aspects of hepatic pathobiology in areas of liver fibrosis, injury and stellate cell biology. He was passionate about teaching and trained many students and postdoctoral fellows. After Dr. Rojkind's death in 2011, a special ASIP fund was established by Dr. Satdarshan (Paul) S. Monga to support travel to the ASIP Annual Meeting of an ASIP trainee member who submits an abstract that includes data relevant to studies in liver pathobiology.
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  • Pathology Leadership Fund
    The PLF supports symposia and workshops at the ASIP annual meetings and educational initiatives. The PLF fund was established in 2004 by the leadership of ASIP. To date, ASIP members have contributed over $75,000 to this fund. Join with your distinguished colleagues today by making a contribution to the PLF today.
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