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Graduate Education in Pathology Programs

Women in Biomedical Careers: The Mandate of the Office of Research on Women's Health - MSPowerPoint by Vivian W. Pinn, M.D., Associate Director for Research on Women's Health, Director, Office of Research on Women's Health, NIH. Presented at ASIP's Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology 2002, New Orleans. powerpoint

ASIP Trainee Travel Awards

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Summer Research Opportunity in Pathology for Minority Students

 

 

Career Development Resources

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The Road to Becoming a Clinician Scientist in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Avrum I. Gotlieb

The RoadTopics Include:
What is a Physician Scientist in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine? Why Choose Academic Pathology and Laboratory Medicine? Is the Physician Scientist Career For Me? Choosing a Training Path: PhD followed by MD, MD/PhD, Physician Scientist Training Programs, Post Residency Training, Choosing a Training Program, Choosing a Supervisor, Searching for Your First Job, Launching Your Physician Scientist Career, Tenure, Promotions and the First Ten Years, the Institutional Challenge to Train and Maintain Physician Scientists.
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lmenser@asip.org

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Pathology: A Career in Medicine

Pathology: A Career In MedicineAdapted from the Intersociety Council on Pathology Information (ICPI)
Brochure: Pathology: A Career in Medicine

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Journey to Success: Career Pathways for Biomedical Scientists in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Tara Sander and Avrum I Gotlieb

The JourneyThis career booklet was inspired by the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) Committee for Career Development, Women and Minorities, and the Long Range Planning Committee to provide a guide for PhD candidates in the life sciences considering a career in pathology. The purpose is to present opportunities in pathology for PhDs that exist in many sectors including academia, molecular diagnostics labs, public and private laboratories, industry, and consulting for-profit and non-profit institutions. This booklet should be helpful to biomedical scientists to understand how to train and then develop their early career to carry out either basic, translational, and/or clinical investigations in academic Departments of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine or in numerous non-academic environments.

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CHARTING A COURSE FOR A SUCCESSFUL RESEARCH CAREER
A Guide for Early Career Researchers, 2nd Edition
Professor Alan M. Johnson

ElsevierThis resource is provided by our publishing partner, Elsevier.  It contains useful information for graduate students who are interested in pursuing a postdoc position.

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Directory of Pathology Training Programs.

ICPIThis directory contains Information about Residencies and Fellowships in the US and Canada (Anatomic, Clinical, & Specialized) and information about Pathology as a Career in Medicine

Published by the Intersociety Committee on Pathology Information, Inc., a non-profit organization sponsored by national pathology societies.