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ASIP Women in Pathology Meritorious Awards

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2023 Application Submission Deadline:

Wednesday, December 15, 2021 11:59 PM (PT)

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ASIP – Marilyn G. Farquhar Early Career Award for Exceptional Achievement in the Advancement of Women in Experimental Pathology

Marilyn FarquharMarilyn G. Farquhar

This award is named for Dr. Marilyn G. Farquhar who achieved much in her long career as an educator, researcher, and mentor. Among her many achievements, Dr. Farquhar trained numerous women scientists, many of whom went on to exceptional research careers themselves. This award will be conferred on an ASIP member who demonstrates exceptional achievement in the advancement of women experimental pathologists during the early phases of career (assistant/associate professor or equivalent).

Eligible candidates must be an ASIP Regular or Next-Generation member (woman or man) in good standing for five years prior to nomination and meet the following four requirements:

1. Demonstrates training/mentoring of women in experimental pathology and success of the women trainees/mentees.

2. Demonstrates leadership at their institution, in professional societies, and within the field of experimental pathology.

3. Demonstrates service to the community in the promotion of science.

4. Exhibits innovative approaches to the recruitment and retention of women in experimental pathology.


Nominations for this award must include:

1. The Nominee's curriculum vitae (CV).

2. A description of the Nominee's work in the four achievement categories listed above (provided by the Nominee).

3. Three letters of support from former or current trainees/mentees.

4. Three letters of support from peers.


ASIP – Freida Robscheit-Robbins Award for Exceptional Achievement in the Advancement of Women in Experimental Pathology

Frieda RobscheitFreida Robscheit-Robbins

This award is named for Dr. Freida Robscheit-Robbins who achieved much in her long career as an educator, researcher, and mentor. Among her many achievements, Dr. Robscheit-Robbins was a pioneer in the leadership in the American Society for Experimental Pathology (precursor to the ASIP). She was the first woman President of the ASEP and served the Society in other elected positions, including Secretary-Treasurer, as well as representative to the FASEB Board of Directors. This award will be conferred on a senior ASIP member (professor or equivalent) who demonstrates exceptional achievement in the advancement of women experimental pathologists during their career.

Eligible candidates must be an ASIP Regular or Next-Generation member (woman or man) in good standing for five years prior to nomination and meet the following four requirements:

1. Demonstrates training/mentoring of women in experimental pathology and success of the women trainees/mentees.

2. Demonstrates leadership at their institution, in professional societies, and within the field of experimental pathology.

3. Demonstrates service to the community in the promotion of science.

4. Exhibits innovative approaches to the recruitment and retention of women in experimental pathology.


Nominations for this award must include:

1. The Nominee's curriculum vitae (CV).

2. A description of the Nominee's work in the four achievement categories listed above (provided by the Nominee).

3. Three letters of support from former or current trainees/mentees.

4. Three letters of support from peers.

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