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How to Submit a Nomination for a Meritorious Award

Direct all Inquiries to:
Constanza Bacon
Project Coordinator
301-634-7956
cgonzalez at asip dot org


Awardees

  • 2016 Isaiah (Josh) Fidler pdf
  • 2015 Stanley Cohen pdf
  • 2014 Samuel W. French pdf
  • 2013 Harold Dvorakpdf
  • 2012 Frederick F. Becker pdf
  • 2011 Jay McDonaldpdf
  • 2010 Nelson Faustopdf
  • 2009 Nicholas K. Gonataspdf
  • 2008 Emanuel Rubin
  • 2007 Robert B. Jennings
  • 2006 Michael W. Lieberman
  • 2005 Henry Pitot pdf
  • 2004 Michael E. Lamm
  • 2003 David Korn pdf
  • 2002 Joe W. Grisham pdf
  • 2001 Peter A. Ward pdf
  • 2000 Leonard Jarett pdf
  • 1999 Dorothy F. Bainton pdf
  • 1998 Ramzi S. Cotran pdf
  • 1997 Peter C. Nowell pdf
  • 1996 B. Benacerraf
  • 1995 E. Farber and Paul E. Lacy
  • 1994 Morris J. Karnovsky
  • 1993 L. G. Koss
  • 1992 S. L. Robbins
  • 1991 G. Barry Pierce
  • 1990 Robert E. Stowell
  • 1989 Guido Majno
  • 1988 L. Thomas
  • 1987 Frank Dixon
  • 1986 L. Ackerman
  • 1985 P. J. Fitzgerald
  • 1984 Earl P. Benditt
  • 1983 Robert W. Wissler
  • 1982 H. Zimmerman
  • 1981 Kenneth M. Brinkhous
  • 1980 E. D. Warner
  • 1979 A. T. Hertig
  • 1978 Harold L. Stewart
  • 1977 Thomas D. Kinney
  • 1976 Hans Popper
  • 1975 Wiley D. Forbus
  • 1974 Henry Pinkerton
  • 1973 John G. Kidd
  • 1972 Sidney Farber
  • 1971 Esmond R. Long
  • 1970 Alan Richards Moritz
  • 1969 Shields Warren
  • 1968 Stanhope Bayne-Jones
  • 1967 Jean Oliver
  • 1966 Harry Goldblatt
  • 1965 Paul Cannon
  • 1964 Peyton Rous
  • 1962 William Boyd

ASIP Gold-Headed Cane Award

 

First awarded in 1919, the Gold-Headed Cane Award is given in recognition of long-term contributions to pathology, including meritorious research, outstanding teaching, general excellence in the field and leadership in pathology. Nominations for the award require: 1) three letters of recommendation, including at least two from ASIP members; and 2) the candidate's curriculum vitae including bibliography. Awardees will receive a mahogany cane topped with a 14 karat gold head and engraved band at the ASIP Annual Meeting.