ASIP Ambassadors

What is the goal of this program?

The major objective of this program is to promote the Society, its major functions, career advancement opportunities, and membership benefits to potential members and participants across the United States and around the world.

Who are the ASIP Ambassadors?

ASIP Ambassadors reflect the diversity that is present within the membership of the Society. ASIP Ambassadors include individuals representing all stages of career from trainees to senior members, and originate from various academic and non-academic institutions across the United States, and from several other countries. ASIP Ambassadors include individuals from Society leadership including current, past, and future Presidents, members of the ASIP Council, members of various ASIP standing committees, and others. All of our ASIP Ambassadors are dedicated and highly engaged members who actively participate in all aspects of the Society and recognize the value of membership in our Society.

Click here for a list of the current ASIP Ambassadors.

What do the ASIP Ambassadors do?

ASIP Ambassadors promote the ASIP to their peers, colleagues, and collaborators, both within their own institutions and beyond. ASIP Ambassadors promote (i) ASIP membership, (ii) ASIP meetings, and (iii) ASIP journals. Membership in the ASIP affords numerous opportunities for positive career development through our travel and meritorious awards programs, participation with committee work, networking with the leaders of the Society and field at-large, and international exposure through our meetings and journals. ASIP Annual Meetings offer members ranging from trainees to senior scientists the opportunity to present their research to the larger pathobiology research community and to network with investigators within this community. The American Journal of Pathology is the most frequently cited pathology journal (with 40,000 citations per year) and is well read (with 1.4 million paper downloads per year). The ASIP Ambassadors recognize candidates for membership, encourage attendance at our meetings, and promote The American Journal of Pathology as an excellent place to publish basic and translational research related to mechanisms of disease.

You too can become an ASIP Ambassador!

Ideally, every member of the ASIP serves as an Ambassador and our goal is to establish a culture where promotion of the Society and our exceptional opportunities for members becomes the norm. In this manner, every member can become an ASIP Ambassador. Our goal is to have Ambassadors in every state in the nation, in every country abroad where we have members, at all major research institutions (academic, government, industry, biotech, and others), as well as in undergraduate teaching institutions.

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Lisa McFadden
Director of Scientific Meetings, Membership, and Educational Services