Welcome to the October 2016 issue of the ASIP Trainee Newsletter!
ASIP is currently calling for abstracts for the ASIP 2017 Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology, which are due November 17, 2016. The deadline for Trainee Travel Award applications is also November 17, 2016.
Note: Because of the later than usual deadline, there will be no extensions for submission of abstracts and travel award applications this year (see the Trainee Award Toolkit listed under Graduate and Postdoctoral Funding Opportunities in this newsletter).
In this issue...
- Feature article: "Why I Teach," by Dr. Wolfram Goessling, MD, PhD
- Hot off the Press: Commentary, "BRAF Mutations Open Doors for N-Ethyl-N-Nitrosourea-Induced Gliomagenesis," by Robert S. McNeill et al, published in The American Journal of Pathology
- Membership Matters: New trainee membership categories and dues
- SROPP 2016 Student Reports:
- Liliana Espinoza
- Ellah Nzikoba
We are committed to showcasing the excellence of our trainees, so please keep us apprised of your recent publications, promotions, awards, grant funding, dissertation/thesis defense, and other accomplishments. Send updates, comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ASIP Trainee Newsletter is sponsored by the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) in collaboration with the Committee for Career Development and Diversity. The ASIP trainee newsletter is published triannually and contains valuable information about upcoming conferences, award applications, funding opportunities, career development resources and networking groups. In addition, the newsletter highlights the milestones and recent achievements of ASIP trainees together with the successes and stories of past and current trainee members. We would like the newsletter to be interactive and therefore welcome your input! Anyone interested in contributing to the newsletter should contact co-editors Meghan Anderson Thomas (email@example.com) or Chad Walesky (firstname.lastname@example.org).