Modern Pathology is an international journal owned by the United States & Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP). Modern Pathology aims to provide an authoritative platform for publishing the highest quality clinical and translational research studies in pathology. Original manuscripts are the main focus of Modern Pathology. Our scientific communication is enriched by high impact editorials, reviews, and practice guidelines that […]
Laboratory Investigation is an international journal owned by the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology. Laboratory Investigation offers prompt publication of high-quality original research in all biomedical disciplines relating to the understanding of human disease and the application of new methods to the diagnosis of disease. Both human and experimental studies are welcome. TYPES OF ARTICLES: Original […]
What is a Biomedical Scientist in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine? A PhD biomedical scientist in Pathology and/or Laboratory Medicine is a person who is scientifically trained in the life sciences to investigate the pathogenesis of human disease. Scientific training entails acquiring a doctoral degree in one of the basic sciences or in a department of […]
Medical students are often unsure about the viability of a career as a physician in pathology. In particular, they are concerned that pathologists may not have a gratifying lifestyle or be well compensated. These worries may cause angst among medical students considering pathology and among junior pathology residents wondering if they made the correct career choice.
The American Board of Pathology (ABP) has recently approved a physician-scientist research pathway (PSRP) for pathologists in training. This new pathway was specifically created to increase the recruitment of new physician-scientists to our specialty. Pathology is a unique discipline that is recognized as both a basic biomedical science and a clinical specialty, and it has therefore traditionally attracted energetic, intelligent physician-scientists, interested in studying disease mechanisms at the cellular, molecular, and genetic level.
Abstract There has been a recent recognition of the need to prepare PhD-trained scientists for increasingly diverse careers in academia, industry, and health care. The PhD Data Task Force was formed to better understand the current state of PhD scientists in the clinical laboratory workforce and collect up-to-date information on the training and certification […]
Purpose The Society of ’67 Open Access Award program seeks to: PROMOTE the publication of high-quality original scholarship in a peer-reviewed journal by authors at an early stage of academic development; FOSTER projects of enterprise and national importance with potential for grant-funding eligibility; ENABLE editors and reviewers to mentor young authors in the highest standards of […]
In 2013, Dr. Avrum I Gotlieb, ASIP member and past President, established the Gotlieb Family Fund for Undergraduate Education in Pathobiology to support an undergraduate student with a $750 travel award to attend the ASIP Annual Meeting. Like the other ASIP Trainee Travel Awards, an abstract must be submitted to the annual meeting. These abstracts MUST be submitted […]
To promote the entry of under-represented scientists into the mainstream of the basic, translational, and clinical research communities, the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) provides summer research opportunities in pathobiology mentored by ASIP members. Students participate in the lab activities of an ASIP member at a host university for 10 weeks during the summer. […]
ACVP Veterinary Student Poster Awards To qualify, veterinary students must submit an abstract and be in attendance at the Annual Meeting to present a quality poster of pathology-related research or case work material. The deadline for submission is Monday, August 31, 2020. One abstract per student will be considered. Abstracts can be submitted online through the ACVP website. Criteria for […]