Warren G. Tourtellotte, MD, PhD, FCAP
Professor Pathology (Neuropathology),
Neurology and Neuroscience
Feinberg School of Medicine
Christi L. Kolarcik, PhD
Department of Bioengineering
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Pittsburgh, PA (USA)
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Welcome to the website for the Neuropathology Scientific Interest Group (SIG).
Our mission is to advance the understanding of the cellular and molecular pathogenesis of a broad spectrum of neurological diseases thereby enabling the development of new diagnostics and treatments for these devastating conditions.
The Neuropathology SIG provides a forum for interaction with both experts and trainees in the field, allowing members to initiate discussions, foster collaborations and network. By establishing an environment of intellectual exchange, we hope to promote cutting edge neuropathology research that encompasses basic mechanistic, experimental and clinical/translational investigations using state of-the-art approaches, technologies and model systems.
We welcome scientists at all levels of training and are committed to aiding in the scientific development of all experimental pathologists. Please consider joining this important SIG. You will not only strengthen your role in our Society but can help determine scientific programming for Annual Meetings.
The mission of the ASIP Neuropathology Scientific Interest Group is to advance our
understanding of the molecular and cellular pathogenesis of a broad spectrum of neurological diseases enabling the development of new diagnostics and treatments that will lessen the burden of this disease in the United States and world-wide.
The objectives of the ASIP Neuropathology Scientific Interest Group are: