USCAP Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the United States
and Canadian Academy of Pathologists. The three pillars of our Foundation are:
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  • Innovating Education for Pathologists
  • Fostering the Next Generation of Pathologists
  • Promoting Global Health

A Continuum of Giving

Funds raised by the Foundation are used for diverse initiatives from supporting pathology education in underserved countries to advancing diagnostic interpretative excellence by applying technology and contemporary learning modalities.

The Foundation is grateful for gifts at any level. We are gratified that so many of our members have entrusted us with their donations. Please consider a gift to one of the programs to help us build a better pathology community. Charitable contributions to the Foundation have unlimited impact and may be designated to the general fund where unrestricted flexibility allows your dollars to have impact in areas of greatest need.

USCAP Foundation Programs

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Twenty trainees are invited to attend USCAP’s Annual Meeting with the benefit of a $1,000 grant to offset travel costs. These awards are restricted to first authors of accepted abstracts. To learn more click here
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USCAP Foundation promotes improved global health as it invests in under-served countries through education and travel grants. Each year USCAP Foundation invites 20 pathologists from around the world to participate in our Annual Meeting. To learn more click here.

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The principal focus of fundraising is the unique Interactive Learning Center in Palm Springs, California, for teaching interactive microscopy, ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration biopsies and new methodologies, with a broadcast studio and conference theater that delivers high content programs to under-served countries. Donors are recognized according to tiered values by plaques on a donor recognition wall.

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USCAP Foundation delivers real-results to pathologists locally and globally. Your academy is working all year long to improve education, opportunity and global outcomes in the field of pathology. Please consider Sustaining Your Academy today.

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