Message from the President- Dr. Yunn-Yi Chen

I would like to thank you for your loyal support of IACP and special thanks to our previous president Dr. Matthew M. Yeh (myeh@u.washington.edu) who had organized a great IACP gathering at the 2014 USCAP meeting.

In 2015, the USCAP meeting will be held at Boston, Massachusetts, between 3/21/2015 and 3/27/2015. As a tradition, we will have a dinner gathering for all our IACP members on Sunday night (3/22/2015) and social gathering with best abstract award ceremony on Monday night (3/23/2015). The detailed information will be announced later once the restaurant has been selected. We hope to see you at these gatherings and continuous support for IACP.

For best abstract award, we would like to encourage all trainees (residents and fellows) to apply. Please see the attached file for detailed information and eligibility for the award application. Dr. Howard Wu will be in charge of this year’s beast abstract award selection. Please spread this news to all Chinese trainees you know and ask them to send their USCAP abstract with abstract # and contact information to Dr. Wu (hhwu@indiana.edu) for best abstract award competition.

Here are some details of our annual meeting and reception, so please mark your calendar.:

IACP Annual Meeting & Dinner:

  • Restaurant: To be announced
  • Date: Sunday, March 22, 2015
  • Time: 5:30-7:00 pm
  • Cost: US$ 50
  • RSVP: Kar-Ming Fung

IACP Reception & Best Abstract Award Ceremony:

  • Location: In a room in the meeting hotel, details to be announced
  • Date: Monday, March 23, 2015
  • Time: 9:00-11:00 pm

The International Association of Chinese Pathologists (國際華人病理學會) is a professional association for pathologists. Our membership includes pathologists from different disciplines and fields, both in clinical and research arena. IACP provides its members with professional support and opportunities, allowing them to keep abreast of innovations in pathology and laboratory medicine.

Our annual meeting is typically held as a side meeting in conjunction with the annual meeting of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP).

Our services and benefits are designed to enhance your professional growth and keep you up-to-date on upcoming trends and leading-edge developments. Through our web site, members can know about society meetings, post and search jobs, and assess our directory. We also provide an educational website for our trainee members, the IACP-Online Publication (IACP-OLP). Best of all, our membership covers all subspecialties in pathology and presents an opportunity to interact, collaborate and exchange ideas. Members have opportunities to share their knowledge with others and to learn from them as well. IACP offers its members awards, recognition, networking, and much more. We hope you have an exciting experience as a member, taking an active role in structuring the future of the profession!

Membership dues and generous donations have enabled our society to continue growing every year. Our activities include a yearly meeting and the organization of workshops. Scholarships and awards are also offered to pathologists beginning their careers. We provide  useful support for those interested in exchanging clinical study materials and to those willing to serve as consultants or share their knowledge.

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