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President's Message

MacKenzie Professor and Chair of Pathology

Dani Zander, MD
University of Cincinnati Medical Center


It is with great pleasure that I accept the honor and the responsibilities of serving as the new President of the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP). I am excited about the year ahead and very proud of what we've accomplished over the last year. 2018-19 was distinguished by many new ideas and new programs originating from our Executive Officer, Dr. William B. Coleman, our ASIP Council, our AJP journal leadership, and our committees and membership.

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About AJP

As of January 1, 2019, The American Journal of Pathology is expanding its scope to welcome foundational, disease-related studies that incorporate deep learning and artificial intelligence. Learn more and find the updated statement of scope in the Editorial from Editor-in-Chief Martha Furie, and newly appointed Associate Editor Stanley Cohen: Artificial Intelligence and Pathobiology Join Forces in The American Journal of Pathology.

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About JMD
New in 2020,

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JMD now welcomes Clinical Informatics articles for consideration and publication!

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