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September 2018
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September 10-15 is Peer Review weekThe American Journal of Pathology appreciates all the expert reviewers that help to evaluate and improve the submissions that ultimately make it into publication.  The Path to Publish from last September included some quick tips on how to be the best reviewer you can be, and they are all still valid today!  We hope all our members will create/update their reviewer account in EVISE and participate in the vital process of peer review.

 

Additionally, check out #PeerReviewWeek18 on social media to see what else people are talking about!


Editor's Choice

Inhibition of Noncanonical Murine Double Minute 2 Homolog Abrogates Ocular Inflammation through NF-κB Suppression

Also see the related Commentary: Murine Double Minute-2 Links Cell Cycle Control and Inflammation in Homeostasis and Disease

 
Multifaceted C-X-C Chemokine Receptor 4 (CXCR4) Inhibition Interferes with Anti–Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Therapy–Induced Glioma Dissemination
 
Review Article
Mechanistic Insights into Colorectal Cancer Phenomics from Fundamental and Organotypic Model Studies
 
Open Access
Assessment of Functional Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase Pathway Activity in Cancer Tissue Using Forkhead Box-O Target Gene Expression in a Knowledge-Based Computational Model  
 
AJP in the News
Injection of vasoactive intestinal peptide into the eye improves corneal transplant survival
   
Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide Promotes Corneal Allograft Survival
 
Being Featured on the Cover

Cover selection for each issue of The American Journal of Pathology comes directly from the figures included in the published manuscripts and supplemental data.  Have an image you think would be a good cover?  Please include it when submitting! 

Did you know…


ASIP has announced the call for nominations for the 2020 Meritorious Awards.  There are six categories for which nominations can be submitted:

 

 

Gold-Headed Cane

 

 

Rous-Whipple

 

 

Outstanding Investigator

 

 

Robbins Distinguished Educator

 

 

Cotran Early Career Investigator

 

 

Young Scientist Leadership

 

 

Click the links to see the eligibility and nomination requirements for each award.  Nominations are being accepted until October 31, 2018.  Please see the Awards and Honors page online for further information.  Inquiries can be sent to awards@asip.org

 

 

Awardees of the 2019 meritorious awards will be presenting their work this fall at PISA 2018 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, or at the ASIP annual meeting at Experimental Biology 2019 in Orlando Florida.  AJP is looking forward to featuring award lecture reviews from the 2019 winners in upcoming issues of the Journal.


September 2018

Social Media
The American Journal of Pathology surpassed 3,000 followers on Facebook last month!  Thank you to all our members who have clicked to follow, we encourage you to engage with us on social media by sharing or commenting on new content.  AJP is also on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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