MEMBERSHIP

Membership/Community

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ASIP welcomes basic and clinical biomedical research scientists as active members. ASIP Membership includes scientists from 36 countries.

Member Benefits

The American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) provides numerous opportunities to help you to excel at all stages of your academic and scientific careers through networking, professional development, meetings, journals and leadership opportunities.

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Awards & Honors

The ASIP Awards Program was founded in 1919 when the ASIP (then the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists) awarded the very first Gold-Headed Cane Award to Dr. Harold C. Ernst in recognition of long-term contributions to pathology, including meritorious research, outstanding teaching, general excellence in the field, and leadership in pathology. Since then the program has expanded and currently offers Meritorious Awards, Junior Faculty Scholar Awards, and Trainee Scholar Awards to recognize outstanding achievements by ASIP members in every membership category and every career stage. Trainee Scholar Awards (for undergraduates, predoctoral students, and post-doctoral fellows) and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards are selected competitively based on abstract submissions to the ASIP scientific meetings. Meritorious Awardees are selected by the ASIP Meritorious Awards Committee.

Make a Donation

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 donations afford numerous opportunities to our members and helps in promoting their careers.

Member Directory

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Get Involved

Get more involved in ASIP by joining one of our many Scientific Interest Groups, becoming an ASIP Ambassador, or working with trainees.

Scientific Interest Groups

Scientific Interest Groups (SIGs) are designed to represent the diverse research interests of the ASIP membership and to provide members with the culture and experience of a small specialty society within the larger whole of a research-oriented membership with eclectic interests.

Women in Pathology

The mission of Women in Pathology is to advance the professional and personal development of women in pathobiology research and pathology-related careers. Women in Pathology advocates for equity at research and healthcare institutions and endorses efforts to reduce barriers and maintain work-life balance experienced by women in science (particularly pathology) who work in academic science, government research, biomedical industry or biotech, or other settings.

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