How Foundation Funds Supported the UPSCAP in 2012 …
$15,000 Pilot Funding for Johns Hopkins-USCAP Partnership to create an Atlas of Dermatopathology for MyPath application. USCAP and Johns Hopkins University Department of Pathology have a collaborative effort to incorporate the Altas of Pancreatic Pathology created by Dr. Ralph Hruban.
$15,000 Residents’ Leadership Workshop to allow 80 pathologists-in-training to attend the 2013 Annual Meeting Residents’ Leadership Workshop at no cost
$10,000 to fund the Innovative Products Committee with product development efforts such as the launch of MyPath as the leading search engine for the pathology community.
Stowell Orbison endowed fund provided 4 awards at $500 each to trainees selected with the best papers through the medium of a poster presentation at the 2012 Annual Meeting.
F. Stephen Vogel endowed fund provided 1 award at $1,000 to a pathologist-in-training in recognition of their paper published in the Academy journals.
Stoddard Award endowed fund provided registration fees for 3 international resident pathologists from underserved countries to register and attend the 2013 USCAP Annual Meeting.
$7,500 to support international resident pathologists for travel scholarships to enable their attendance at the 2013 USCAP Annual Meeting.
$25,000 match to Friends of Africa Fund to send 115 African pathologist delegates to the 2012 Congress of IAP