Information on the Pathology Honor Society & Other Awards for Trainees & Early-Career Practitioners
Past Recipients The Intersociety Council for Pathology Information (ICPI) Board is currently implementing a new application process and criteria for the Pathology Honor Society Award. Applications will be accepted again in the coming months. For additional information about the award and new application process, please contact Madeleine Markwood at email@example.com. Thank you for your understanding […]
USCAP Foundation offers $1,000 travel grants to Pathologists-in-Training, easing costs for attending USCAP’s Annual Meeting. This is a core part of our initiative “Fostering the Next Generation of Pathologists,” aimed at nurturing and empowering emerging pathologists to shape the field’s future. Their participation not only enhances learning but also fuels their potential contributions to pathology.
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 […]
Purpose The Society of ’67 Pathology Trainee Project Grants in Health Services Research and Education funds innovative research and education projects that address issues of healthcare quality, costs, and/or access related to pathology services. Description The Society of ’67 of the Association of Pathology Chairs (APC) is pleased to announce a grant program for pathology trainees (medical students, […]
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. […]
ASC Foundation Annual Scientific Meeting Travel Scholarships The ASC Foundation supports travel scholarships to the ASC Annual Scientific Meeting. Five scholarships will be given to cytotechnologists and five will be given to fellows and/or residents. Cytotechnologist – ASC Annual Scientific Meeting Travel Scholarship The ASC Foundation awards up to five qualified cytotechologis a $2,000 scholarship […]
The ASCP Medical Student Award honors medical students who have achieved academic excellence, demonstrated leadership ability, and shown a strong interest in the pathology profession. Ten medical students will be selected to receive this prestigious award. One student will be chosen to receive the Gold Award.
ASCP is committed to advancing laboratory medicine by recognizing future leaders in the profession. If your students have demonstrated academic excellence, community service and leadership, nominate them for an ASCP Laboratory Student Award. Program directors or instructors may nominate multiple students for this award. Up to ten laboratory science students will be selected to receive […]
The Medical Student Travel Award is intended to encourage and support medical students showing a strong interest in the specialty of pathology as a career choice. This award provides funding, to cover travel expenses up to $1,200, to attend the CAP Annual Meeting, where awardees will gain valuable insight and critical knowledge from experts regarding […]
The Society of ’67 Thomas D. Kinney Scholars Program provides an opportunity for medical students and/or pathology residents to familiarize themselves with career opportunities in pathology and the critical role of pathology in healthcare delivery, research, and education. Scholars in the program participate in the APC Annual Meeting, where they will gain insight from national […]
The Paul E. Strandjord Young Investigator Award Program is designed to encourage young investigators to consider a career in academic laboratory medicine. Residents, fellows, and students in a doctoral program in health sciences, participating in research with a member of ACLPS or sponsored by an ACLPS member, are eligible. Students in programs leading to non-doctoral […]
To apply for award consideration, submit an abstract via the abstract portal by published deadlines and select applicable awards at the time of submission. Submitters may apply for up to two awards. To assist with selecting award categories with a maximum of two awards per submitter, refer to the information below. Please note that submitters are responsible […]
The Dr. Bernard Naylor Excellence in Cytomorphology Award addresses a morphologic constituency that is not served by current awards. The Award highlights one of our most important skills in the field of our practice: Morphologic observation. This award will be awarded to any ASC member or applicant who may be a cytotechnology student, a cytotechnologist, […]
The AMP International Trainee Travel Award provides travel assistance to the AMP Annual Meeting & Expo for up to three (3) selected international AMP member trainees (Residents, Fellows, and Students) residing and employed outside the United States who do not receive travel support from their institutions. This travel award is for trainees who reside and […]
Awarded for best resident oral or poster presentation in Nephropathology or Transplant Pathology at the CAP-ACP Annual Meeting
Awarded for the best proffered paper and best poster by a resident at the CAP-ACP Annual Meeting (1 award each).
Financial assistance for pathology trainees who wish to attend the CAP Annual Meeting to present an original paper or poster.
The AMP Young Investigator Award recognizes the best abstracts submitted by Trainees who are AMP members and who present outstanding basic or applied research in poster format at the Annual Meeting & Expo. Trainees eligible for this award are students, postdoctoral fellows, or residents and they may be either Associate or Regular members of AMP. […]
The AMP Trainee Travel Award provides up to three (3) selected AMP member trainees, who live and work in the U.S., complimentary registration and up to $1,500 travel reimbursement assistance to the Annual Meeting & Expo. Preference is given to trainees with a submitted abstract and to those without institutional support for meeting registration. Award Amount: Up […]
ACVP Externship Scholarship Program ACVP is committed to fostering pathology interest in veterinary students Fundable efforts to expand pathology knowledge include, but are not limited to, in-person externships, virtual externships in pathology, virtual pathology-related conferences or course fees, textbooks, pathology-related equipment such as a microscope camera, publication costs, and society memberships. Externship Scholarship Application Submission […]
The Harold W. Casey Scholarship Award recognizes and rewards outstanding individuals training in pathology and striving to achieve ACVP certification. The annual award of $1,500 may be used for educational training supplies or tuition. The award will be non-renewable and can be received only once by a given candidate. Preference will be given to candidates training in […]
The William Inskeep II Scholarship Award recognizes veterinary medicine students who have an interest in pursuing a career in veterinary pathology and attend the Colorado State University (CSU) College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences or any other school of veterinary medicine with an ACVP-recognized pathology club. Colonel William Inskeep II served a distinguished 23-year career in the US […]
The travel award is intended to offset the costs of attending the Informatics Summit for trainees to increase involvement in the pathology informatics community. Applicants must be trainees in an official training program. The trainee’s supervisor must be willing to document the trainee’s status in writing in order to be eligible for the award (see […]