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Impact Report 2012

Foundation Impact Report

 

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