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ASIP Rous-Whipple Award


Francis Peyton Rous


George Whipple

First awarded in 1976, the ASIP Rous-Whipple Award was established in honor of the Presidents of the American Society for Experimental Pathology (ASEP) and the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (AAPB) when the coalesced societies emerged as the American Association of Pathologists (AAP, which was later renamed the ASIP in 1992). The ASIP Rous-Whipple Award is presented to a senior scientist with a distinguished career in research who has advanced the understanding of disease and has continued productivity at the time of this award. The ASIP Rous-Whipple Award is presented to a senior scientist with a distinguished career in research who has advanced the understanding of disease and has continued productivity at the time of the award. The Meritorious Awards Committee will consider the published record of peer-reviewed research and overall impact of the science, mentorship, and participation of the candidate and protégés in ASIP scientific meetings. There is no age eligibility requirement for this award. However, prior experience suggests that most successful awardees will be 50+ years old at the time of nomination. Awardees must agree to submit a manuscript based on the lecture that will form the basis of a peer-reviewed publication in The American Journal of Pathology. Eligible candidates for the ASIP Rous-Whipple Award must be an ASIP member in good standing for at least five years prior to nomination. Awardees will receive a stipend and a plaque and will present a lecture during the ASIP 2020 Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology in San Diego, CA (April 4-8, 2020).

Nominations for the ASIP Rous-Whipple Award should include:

  • Three letters of recommendation, including at least two from current ASIP members.
  • The nominee's curriculum vitae, including complete bibliography.

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Awardees

Gabriel Nuñez Charles N. Serhan James M. Musser
2019
Gabriel Nuñez, MD
2018
Charles N. Serhan
2017
James M. Musser pdf
ElaineJaffe Charles A. Parkos Stephen Galli
2016
Elaine Jaffe pdf
2015
Charles A. Parkos pdf
2014
Stephen Galli pdf
William A. Muller Patricia A. D’Amore Rakesh Jain
2013
William A. Muller pdf
2012
Patricia A. D’Amore pdf
2011
Rakesh Jain pdf
Jordan Pober Donald E. Ingber George Michalopoulos
2011
Jordan Pober pdf
2010
Donald E. Ingber pdf
2009
George Michalopoulos pdf
Michael A. Gimbrone, Jr. Abul Abbas Steven L. Teitelbaum
2008
Michael A. Gimbrone, Jr.
2007
Abul K. Abbas
2006
Steven L. Teitelbaum
John Trojanowski Peter Howley  
2005
John Trojanowski pdf
2004
Peter M. Howley
  • 2003 Janardan K. Reddy pdf
  • 2002 Harold F. Dvorak pdf
  • 2001 Marilyn G. Farquhar pdf
  • 2000 Errol C. Friedberg pdf
  • 1999 Francis V. Chisari pdf
  • 1998 Emil R. Unanue pdf
  • 1997 Richard G. Lynch pdf
  • 1996 Peter A. Ward
  • 1995 Thomas S. Edgington
  • 1994 N. K. Gonatas
  • 1993 Michael B. A. Oldstone
  • 1992 Russell Ross pdf
  • 1991 H. L. Moses
  • 1990 R. Baserga
  • 1989 Vincent T. Marchesi
  • 1988 Hans J. Muller-Eberhard
  • 1987 E. L. Becker
  • 1986 Peter C. Nowell
  • 1985 B. Benacerraf
  • 1984 Paul E. Lacy
  • 1983 G. Barry Pierce
  • 1982 E. Farber
  • 1981 Morris J. Karnovsky
  • 1980 Earl P. Benditt
  • 1979 Frank Dixon
  • 1977 R. T. Prehn
  • 1976 Jacob Furth

 

5/25/2018