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Awardees

  • 2016 - Magali Saint-Geniez, PhD PDF

  • 2015 - Dipak Panigraphy, MD PDF

    2014 - Timothy Denning, PhD PDF

  • 2013 - Jonathan Lin, MD, PhD PDF

  • 2012 - Andrei I. Ivanov PDF

  • 2011 - Monte Willis, MD, PhD PDF

  • 2010 - Diane Bielenberg, PhD PDF

  • 2009 - Carlos Moreno, PhD PDF

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Elsevier The ASIP Cotran Early Career Investigator Award is partially supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Elsevier, an ASIP Corporate Partner

ASIP Cotran Early Career Investigator Award

Partially supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Elsevier

This ASIP Award recognizes early career investigators with demonstrated excellence as an investigator with recently established or emerging independence and with a research focus leading to an improved understanding of the conceptual basis of disease. Awardees will receive the stipend and a plaque at the ASIP Annual Business Meeting. At that time, s/he is invited to present a paper based upon the award winning work, which will form the basis for a publication in The American Journal of Pathology. There is no age eligibility requirement for this award; however, awardees will be several years beyond the initial faculty appointment and will have received extramural grant support as a principal investigator (or equivalent) beyond the level of a career development award and should have a non-tenured faculty appointment (or equivalent) at the time of nomination. Nominations for the award require: 1) letters from two members of the Society describing the basis for recommendation; 2) the candidate's curriculum vitae including bibliography; and 3) ASIP membership in good standing for at least twelve months.

This award is named in honor of Ramzi S. Cotran, (1933-2000) a leader in pathology, formerly of Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Read more about the life of Ramzi S. Cotran in The American Journal of Pathology.