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ASIP Trainee Travel Awardees

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2014

  • Valerie Curtis
  • Maria Fernando
  • Teklu Gerbaba
  • Jan Herter
  • Nobuhiko Hiramatsu
  • Vadim Iablokov
  • Alexander Kikuchi
  • Anny-Claude Luissint
  • Pamela Maris
  • Hirohisa Okabe
  • Bejan Saeedi
  • Patrick Schenck (Late-Breaking Abstract)
  • Joelle St-Pierre
  • Richard Watson
  • Lili Zhou
  • Mary Ziegler

2013

  • Mohammad Alam
  • Sonya Bierbower
  • James Cotton
  • Karen Edelblum
  • Michelle Oliveira Fernandes
  • Duke Geem
  • Caleb Kelly
  • Sharon Manley
  • Suchitra Natarajan
  • Nayden Naydenov
  • Philipp-Alexander Neumann
  • Jihee Sohn
  • David Sullivan
  • Deepak Venkatesh
  • Kristine Wadosky
  • Evan Weber

2012

  • Veronica Azcutia
  • Ines Barone
  • Ludovic Benard
  • Kari Nejak-Bowen
  • Nayden Gueorguieve Naydenov
  • Vanessa Kissoon-Singh
  • Ana C. Monteiro
  • Jonathan Proto
  • Maria L. Tomasi
2011
  • Rudra Bhowmick
  • Jacqueline Bouchard
  • Ying-Ting Chen
  • Karen Kassel
  • Ana Monteiro
  • Michael Schnoor
  • Chad Walesky
  • Huili Wang
  • Emily Wickline
2010
  • Bryan Belikoff
  • Jan-Hung Chen
  • Wei-Chieh Chiang
  • Gong Feng
  • Xiao Na Ge
  • Yoshifumi Hamasaki
  • Min Li
  • Scott McDonnell
  • Philip John Medeiros
  • Maria Peiris
  • David P Sullivan
  • Michael Thompson
  • Xufeng Zhang

 


 

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ASIP Trainee Travel Awards to Attend the ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology

To promote the entry of young scientists into the mainstream of the basic science community and to encourage the participation of young investigative pathologists in the Annual Meeting, the American Society for Investigative Pathology is offering a limited number of Trainee Travel Awards of $750 each to offset travel expenses for ASIP Trainee members to attend the Experimental Biology Meeting. The ASIP Program Committee will select the recipients based on the scientific abstracts. Abstracts will be selected for presentation in either poster sessions or in minisymposia. These abstracts need not be submitted strictly to ASIP categories.

NEW IN 2014! TRAINEE TRAVEL AWARD FOR LATE-BREAKING ABSTRACTS

The American Society for Investigative Pathology offered a limited number of Trainee Travel Awards of $750 each to offset travel expenses for ASIP Trainee members to attend the Experimental Biology Meeting. You must have submitted a late-breaking abstract by February 21, 2014. You were eligible to apply for this award even if you previously submitted a Trainee Travel Award Application by the November 15, 2013 deadline for abstracts that were due by November 12, 2013.

Other awards availabe to trainees to attend the ASIP Annual Meeting: