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  ASIP 2016 Annual Meeting Latebreaking Abstract Deadline:  January 28, 2016



ASIP Comments on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking - Common Rule
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Read the Latest Post on Pathogenesis - A Blog from ASIP!
President's Perspective...Scientific Interest Groups
  • Compared to many scientific societies, the American Society for Investigative Pathology is relatively small (based upon membership numbers). However, despite our relatively small membership numbers, the ASIP membership is incredibly diverse based upon training, professional endeavors, and research interests. The diversity of our membership represents a real strength of our Society and presents our members with numerous opportunities to collaborate across fields and disciplines. While these opportunities are important, it is equally important for our members to be or become known within their own field, collaborate with others, and network broadly to identify new opportunities
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Congratulations to ASIP Members Kathleen R. Cho, MD, Laurie Kay McCauley, DDS, PhD, and Joan W. Miller, MD, FARVO, who were recently elected to the National Academy of Medicine!
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Congratulations to the PISA 2015 Poster Award Winners!
Genetic Modification Shows Promise for Preventing Hereditary Hearing Loss
Reducing Enzyme Activity in Mice with Mitochondrial Dysfunction Prevents or Delays Deafness, According to New Research Published in The American Journal of Pathology
November 6, 2015
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Study Lays Groundwork for Blood Test to Aid in the Detection and Monitoring of Myeloma
Serum MicroRNA Profiles Change as Myeloma Progresses, According to a Report in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics
September 30, 2015
Biomarker Helps Predict Survival Time in Gastric Cancer Patients
MicroRNA 506 Acts as a Suppressor of Angiogenesis and Metastasis in Gastric Cancer, According to Research Published in The American Journal of Pathology
September 8, 2015
ASIP FAQs - NIH Genomic Data Sharing Policy
May 2015