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May 28-30, 2015
Lab Medicine 2015
June 26-27, 2015
2015 Rheumatology Research Workshop
San Diego, CA
October 8-10, 2015
Pathobiology for Investigators, Students, and Academicians
October 29th, 2015
NIMH MD/PhD Student Conference
San Francisco, CA
Posted by the Partnerships Committee on 27 May, 2015
The American Association of Immunologists (AAI) invites APSA members to the 2015 AAI Summer Courses. Learn immunology from leading experts in the field! The AAI Introductory Course in Immunology, July 14-19, Long Beach, CA, is a two-part course meant for students new to the discipline or those looking to complement general biology training. The AAI Advanced Course in Immunology, August 2-7, Boston, MA, is an intensive course directed toward advanced trainees and scientists who wish to expand or update their understanding of the field. For complete course schedule and registration information click here.
Posted by the Public Relations Committee on 23 May, 2015
The Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation, an APSA partner and supporter, is dedicated to supporting medical research and the people who make it possible. The Lasker Foundation sponsors an annual award lecture at the APSA Annual Meeting, delivered this year by Alfred Sommer, discoverer of the key role Vitamin A plays in early childhood health. On the website of Forbes Magazine, Dr. Claire Pomeroy, President of the Lasker Foundation, discusses the current crisis in medical research in the United States, including how promising young researchers (as Dr. Sommer was when he made his key discoveries) may be permanently dissuaded from making the next great leaps toward improving human health. Read her perspective to learn more about what is happening and what we can do to ensure the continued strength of US medical science.
Posted by the Partnerships Committee on 23 May, 2015
Are you interested in psychiatry? Do you want to learn from the experts at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) about grant opportunities during graduate school and beyond? Join NIMH for a special MD/PhD student workshop to be held in conjunction with the 3rd Annual Molecular Psychiatry Meeting in San Francisco! The workshop will be held on October 29th, 2015, the day prior to Molecular Psychiatry. Travel awards from NIMH that will cover travel, lodging, and registration to the workshop and the meeting are available! For more information and to apply, visit NIMH's workshop website. Questions? Contact NIMH.
Posted by the Membership Committee on 23 May, 2015
APSA is starting a new initiative to keep track of where APSA members are matching for their residency programs. This is not only to help us keep follow the successes of our members, but also to serve as an encouragement to younger members who are interested in where everyone is headed (and into what specialty). If you went through the residency match process in 2015, please fill out the form to help us build this database.
Posted by the Partnerships Committee on 23 May, 2015
Are you interested in serving on an APSA Standing Committee? The Standing Committees are the heart of APSA and are the driving forces behind every APSA initiative. If you are interested in planning the Annual Meeting, advocating for physician-scientist trainees nationally, or forging partnerships with specialty societies, now is your chance! Complete a leadership application today.
Posted by the Events Committee on 23 May, 2015
The 11th Annual Meeting was the best yet. Over 460 attendees joined ASCI and AAP members for a weekend of outstanding science, networking, and career development. Attendees heard from Nobel Laureates, Lasker Laureates, and many other distinguished speakers. For photos from the meeting, visit APSA's Facebook page (and tag yourself!) or APSA's Flickr.
One of the most memorable events of the meeting was the presentation of the Kober Medal to Francis Collins. If you missed the ceremony, you missed a special event that included a surprise guitar performance from the NIH Director himself. In collaboration with the AAP, APSA is very happy to announce that a recording of that ceremony is online! Visit APSA's YouTube to view the ceremony.
In addition to excellent speakers, the Annual Meeting brought the election of a new leadership team! Your 2015-2016 APSA leaders will be:
Posted by the Partnerships Committee on 14 May, 2015
The American Society for Investigative Pathology invites APSA members to join us for a BRAND NEW event! ASIP will host the first ever Pathobiology for Investigators, Students, and Academicians (PISA) meeting in Baltimore, MD, October 8-10. The topic of this inaugural event is Pathways to Translational Medicine: Recent Advances in Cell injury, Inflammation, and Neoplasia. As a guest society, APSA members can register for this event at a reduced rate. Plan now to join us in Baltimore! Abstract Deadline: JUNE 30th.
Posted by the Partnerships Committee on 28 April, 2015
You're invited to the Rheumatology Research Workshop in San Diego, CA, June 26-27! This two-day workshop includes scientific lectures, oral abstraction presentations, poster sessions and opportunities for young investigators to interact with senior investigators to exchange your boundless ideas. If you’re in the area, we’d like for you to participate. Participation to the this meeting is FREE. This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss. RSVP today! The deadline to RSVP is noon, June 9th. The meeting will take place at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront; 1 Park Boulevard, San Diego, CA, 92101.