Vik Meadows, PhD
PISA 2022 Chair
The American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) invites you to be part of the science at the annual Pathobiology for Investigators, Students, and Academicians (PISA) 2022 Young Investigator Virtual Meeting, September 28 - 30, 2022. For PISA2022, we welcome The American Society for Matrix Biology (ASMB) and The Histochemical Society (HCS) as partnering societies, and look forward to hearing about the research being conducted by ASMB And HCS trainees. We also thank our PISA2022 sponsors, including Elsevier, The American Journal of Pathology, and 10X Genomics.
The PISA2022 Young Investigator Virtual Meeting will consist of scientific sessions featuring keynote lectures from top scientists in the field and short abstract-driven research talks presented by trainees. We anticipate six abstract-driven sessions during the meeting, reflecting the broad scientific interests of the participating societies. Sessions will include abstracts submitted on the topics of liver pathobiology, cardiovascular and pulmonary disease, matrix biology, cancer biology, infectious diseases, neuropathology, immunopathology and inflammation, ophthalmology, musculoskeletal disease, and reproduction/development. We invite trainees from the ASIP, ASMB, and HCS to submit abstracts on their research. All accepted abstracts will be programmed for a short oral presentation.
In addition to the engaging scientific sessions during PISA2022, we are excited to also provide three career development sessions for trainees including: PhD to Postdoc Transition, How to Pick the Right Lab and Mentor, and How to Obtain Funding. These sessions are being planned by members of the PISA2022 Planning Committee, in conjunction with members of the ASIP Committee for Career Development.
Special thanks to the PISA2022 Planning Committee for their time and efforts in developing the PISA2022 scientific program and career development sessions.
For any questions regarding the ASIP, the virtual PISA2022 meeting, or to get involved with ASIP-related opportunities, feel free to contact Bill Coleman (email@example.com) or Lisa McFadden (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We look forward to celebrating the research accomplishments of our trainee members during PISA2022. Mark your calendars for September 28 - 30, 2022 and plan to attend!