Apply - ASIP Trainee Merit Awards

Apply - ASIP Trainee Merit Awards

The Experimental Pathologist-in-Graduate Training (EPIGT) Award is a prestigious award presented to an ASIP graduate student in a PhD training program, MD/PhD training program, or MD training program and who has excelled in investigative efforts in studying the mechanisms of disease.

Applicants who apply for the EPIGT Award will also be considered for an EPIGT-Merit Award. Prior recipients of the EPIGT and EPIGT-Merit Awards may reapply if the work submitted is clearly distinct from the work previously submitted when the first award was given. Consideration will not be given for continuation of the same project. 

The deadline to submit your award package is 11:59 PM (PT) Thursday, February 15, 2024.

Eligibility Requirements
APPLY
  1. Be an ASIP Post-Doctoral member in good standing at the time of application submission and through the dates of the meeting.
  2. Submit an abstract to the Pathobiology 2024 Meeting to one (or more) ASIP Topic Categories by the established deadline.
  3. Submit an extended research report (this report should not exceed 750 words nor include more than one table and one figure).
  4. Submit a Letter of Recommendation from a supervisor, colleague, etc. attesting to the applicants work role and potential as a biomedical research investigator.
  5. Submit a current copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV).
  6. Register for the meeting by the established deadline.
  7. Attendance during the full meeting is mandatory. The Experimental Pathologist-in Training (EPIT) award will be rescinded if the awardee is not present.

Recipients of an EPIGT or EPIGT-Merit Award will receive a cash award, certificate, and complimentary meeting registration.

 

The Experimental Pathologist-in Training (EPIT) Award is a prestigious award presented to an ASIP Post-Doctoral Trainee member (research and clinical fellows) who has excelled in investigative efforts in studying the mechanisms of disease.

Applicants who apply for the EPIT Award will also be considered for ASIP an EPIT Merit Award. Prior recipients of the EPIT and EPIT-Merit Awards may reapply if the work submitted is clearly distinct from the work previously submitted when the first award was given. Consideration will not be given for continuation of the same project.

The deadline to submit your award package is 11:59 PM (PT) Thursday, February 15, 2024.

Eligibility Requirements
APPLY
  1. Be an ASIP Post-Doctoral member in good standing at the time of application submission and through the dates of the meeting.
  2. Submit an abstract to the Pathobiology 2024 Meeting to one (or more) ASIP Topic Categories by the established deadline.
  3. Submit an extended research report (this report should not exceed 750 words nor include more than one table and one figure).
  4. Submit a Letter of Recommendation from a supervisor, colleague, etc. attesting to the applicants work role and potential as a biomedical research investigator.
  5. Submit a current copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV).
  6. Register for the meeting by the established deadline.
  7. Attendance during the full meeting is mandatory. The Experimental Pathologist-in Training (EPIT) award will be rescinded if the awardee is not present.

Recipients of an EPIT or EPIT-Merit Award will receive a cash award, certificate, and complimentary meeting registration.

 

Recipients of an EPIGT or EPIGT-Merit Award will receive a cash award, certificate, and complimentary meeting registration.

 

The Experimental Pathologist-in Training (EPIT) Award is a prestigious award presented to an ASIP Post-Doctoral Trainee member (research and clinical fellows) who has excelled in investigative efforts in studying the mechanisms of disease.

Applicants who apply for the EPIT Award will also be considered for ASIP an EPIT Merit Award. Prior recipients of the EPIT and EPIT-Merit Awards may reapply if the work submitted is clearly distinct from the work previously submitted when the first award was given. Consideration will not be given for continuation of the same project.

The deadline to submit your award package is 11:59 PM (PT) Thursday, February 15, 2024.

Eligibility and Requirements
APPLY


Recipients of an EPIT or EPIT-Merit Award will receive a cash award, certificate, and complimentary meeting registration.

  • Be an ASIP Post-Doctoral member in good standing at the time of application submission and through the dates of the meeting.
  • Submit an abstract to the Pathobiology 2024 Meeting to one (or more) ASIP Topic Categories by the established deadline.
  • Submit an extended research report (this report should not exceed 750 words nor include more than one table and one figure).
  • Submit a Letter of Recommendation from a supervisor, colleague, etc. attesting to the applicants work role and potential as a biomedical research investigator.
  • Submit a current copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV).
  • Register for the meeting by the established deadline.
  • Attendance during the full meeting is mandatory. The Experimental Pathologist-in Training (EPIT) award will be rescinded if the awardee is not present.
    • Be an ASIP Pre-Doctoral member in good standing at the time of application submission and through the dates of the meeting.
    • Submit an abstract to an ASIP Topic Category by the established deadline.
    • Submit an extended research report (this report should not exceed 750 words nor include more than one table and one figure).
    • Submit a Letter of Recommendation from a supervisor, colleague, etc. attesting to the applicants work role and potential as a biomedical research investigator.
    • Be an ASIP Post-Doctoral member in good standing at the time of application submission and through the dates of the meeting.
    • Submit an abstract to an ASIP Topic Category by the established deadline.
    • Submit an extended research report (this report should not exceed 750 words nor include more than one table and one figure).
    • Submit a Letter of Recommendation from a supervisor, colleague, etc. attesting to the applicants work role and potential as a biomedical research investigator.