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October 8-10, 2015
Pathobiology for Investigators, Students, and Academicians
October 17, 2015
2015 Northeast Regional Meeting
October 24, 2015
2015 South Regional Meeting
October 24, 2015
2015 Midwest Regional Meeting
Saint Louis, MO
October 29th, 2015
NIMH MD/PhD Student Conference
San Francisco, CA
November 14, 2015
2015 West Regional Meeting
Los Angeles, CA
April 2 - 6, 2016
ASIP 2016 Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology
San Diego, CA
April 15 - 17, 2016
12th Annual Meeting
Are you interested in Pathology/Laboratory Medicine? APSA is pleased to announce that the Academy of Clinical Laboratory Physicians and Scientists (ACLPS) is providing up to five $850 travel awards to attend Lab Medicine 2016 in Birmingham, AL on June 2-4, 2016.
Abstracts are due February 29, 2016 and must be sponsored by an ACLPS member (for assistance in identifying an abstract sponsor, please contact Dr. Robin Lorenz). Visit the abstract instructions and application forms page to apply, and be sure to check the MD/PhD box on the application to make sure that you are considered for this award!
We are pleased to announce the following call for abstracts, which is a collaboration between APSA and the Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine, and their journal, Experimental Biology and Medicine! Abstracts will be reviewed and authors of selected abstracts will be invited to write a minireview article for submission to Experimental Biology and Medicine. Benefits of this invited review include no page charges and half-priced color pages.
1. Abstracts should be 300 words and in an unstructured format.
2. The senior author must have a doctoral degree.
3. Abstracts must fit into one 16 categories (see online details for more specific breakdown). Please select the category you believe best fits your research. The editorial staff may change the category.
Minireview rules: Guidelines and categories for minireview submission can be found on the Experimental Biology and Medicine Submission Guidelines website, found here. Minireviews will be subject to the peer review process for the Experimental Biology and Medicine journal. Information about the peer review process may be found in their Submission Guidelines. Articles selected will be treated as invited reviews, meaning that there will be no page charges and half price color pages!
Abstracts are due by March 5th and can be submitted here
This opportunity is for APSA members only.
Please consider joining the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. They offer a great variety of member benefits, including travel awards, subscription to the Experimental Biology and Medicine journal, among others, and only costs $20 for students. To find out about this great opportunity, visit their website
It is our pleasure to announce that APSA will be holding a joint interactive session with the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) featuring Cato Laurencin, MD, PhD, on Tuesday, January 5, at 9 PM EST. Dr. Laurencin is University Professor and Albert & Wilda Van Dusen Distinguished Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Director of the Institute for Regenerative Engineering at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Laurencin’s research applies tissue engineering, biomaterials science, nanotechnology, and stem cell science to the treatment of musculoskeletal injury. He leads the international Hartford Engineering a Limb (HEAL) Project that seeks to regenerate a knee within seven years and an entire limb by 2030.
Dr. Laurencin has been highly active in biomedical and bioengineering leadership and currently serves on the NIH's Advisory Committee to the Director. A member of the National Academies of Medicine and Engineering, Dr. Laurencin has received numerous awards including the NIH Pioneer Award and the Founders Award of the Society for Biomaterials. Dr. Laurencin is dedicated to mentorship of trainees and has instituted several programs at UConn to increase the number of under-represented minority students pursuing physician-scientist careers. Dr. Laurencin's dedication to mentorship and training have attracted national renown, and in 2010 President Obama recognized him with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring. Please join us for what is sure to be an enriching session, as Dr. Laurencin shares his story and fields your questions. See below for information on how to join the session.
To join the session, visit https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/968258605 from your computer. You may also call in using your telephone to +1 (872) 240-3212 and use Access Code 968-258-605. We look forward to seeing you on the session!
APSA and Dr. Lang have had to postpone the interactive session scheduled for 9 PM EST on December 7th. APSA hopes to reschedule this session soon and will post updated information when a date has been set.
The American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) is proud to announce the inclusion of a special medical student research forum at their 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting. The meeting will be held in Chicago, IL from April 30th-May 4th, 2016. Abstracts are now being accepted, but close October 26th, so apply today!
An APSA interactive session featuring Scott Nyberg, MD, PhD, will take place this Tuesday, October 13, from 8-9pm EST. Dr. Nyberg is a transplant surgeon at the Mayo Clinic, and his research focuses on the development of a multidisciplinary bioartificial liver program to improve the treatment of patients with liver failure and support the Mayo Clinic clinical liver transplant program.
All are welcome to join this call, which will be in Q&A format. Here is information on how you can join the call:
Interactive Session with Dr. Scott Nyberg
Tue, Oct 13, 2015 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
You can also dial in using your phone.
United States +1 (312) 757-3121
Access Code: 818-529-781
APSA is excited to announce an exclusive opportunity for APSA members! The American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP), an APSA partner, is pleased to announce that they are now accepting abstract submissions for the ASIP 2016 Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology to be held in San Diego, CA, April 2 - April 6, 2016! ASIP will offer the American Society for Investigative Pathology-American Physician Scientists Association Partnership Trainee Travel Award to attend the ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology. This award was designed to promote the entry of young physician-scientists into the mainstream of the basic science community and to encourage the participation of young investigative pathologists in the ASIP Annual Meeting. ASIP is offering a special ASIP-APSA Partnership Trainee Travel Award of $750 for trainee members of APSA to attend the Experimental Biology Meeting in San Diego, CA. The ASIP Program Committee will select the recipient based on the submitted scientific abstract. The abstract will be selected for presentation in either poster sessions or in minisymposia. Visit the announcement page for full details and apply today!
A new initiative within APSA this year will feature the activities of outstanding local chapters each month. This month, we take a look at the Tri-Institutional Chapter of APSA at Weill Cornell Medical College, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Rockefeller University. On September 2, 2015, around 50 members of the APSA Tri-Institute LC joined Dr. Craig Thompson, President and CEO of MSKCC, and Dr. Mark Souweidane, Director of Pediatric Neurological Surgery at WCMC and MSKCC, for discussion about choosing a career in academic medicine. This is the second in a series of events "A career in academic medicine: where should I start?" Discussion focused around the reasons they chose their academic careers, mistakes they see often happening from medical students and residents and how to chose a career mentor. For more information about the Tri-Institute LC, check out their webpage!