GRIPE 2020 – Opportunities for Pathologists & Trainees

The Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE) extends a warm welcome to join them for their winter meeting in San Antonio, Texas January 23-25, 2020 at the Menger Hotel. This year’s theme is “Enhancing Pathology’s Visibility to Our Students, Colleagues and Patients.”

We’d like to bring your attention to two opportunities for your students that are part of the 2020 Annual Meeting: the John H. Holliman Resident Scholarship and the Trainee Posters. As in years passed, GRIPE will be awarding the Holliman Resident Scholarship to a pathology resident who is sincerely interested in pursuing undergraduate or graduate teaching of pathology as part of their career planning. If you would like to nominate someone for this award, or if you would like more information, please visit our website

Also, in 2020 GRIPE will be featuring poster submissions from trainees along with the general poster presentations during the meeting. This gives trainees an opportunity to present potential research, as well as an opportunity to present alongside fellow pathology educators.

Please share these opportunities with any residents or colleagues you feel may be interested. If you would like to find out more about the annual meeting in San Antonio, please visit the meeting website.

If you have any questions about our organization or our resident scholarship, please let us know. We can be reached by email at support@gripeadmin.org or by phone at 304.208.8060.

Congratulations to Nicole Jackson GRIPE 2019 Holliman Resident Scholar

The Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE) would like to congratulate the winner of the 2019 Holliman Resident Scholar Award.

Nicole Jackson


Nicole Jackson, MD, MPH
Louisiana State University Health
New Orleans, Louisiana

To encourage the support of professional development for pathology educators, GRIPE offers the John H. Holliman Resident Scholarship to a pathology resident who is sincerely interested in pursuing undergraduate or graduate teaching of pathology as part of their career planning. GRIPE is a national/international organization of institutions, interest groups, and individuals who are dedicated to improving the quality of pathology education in allopathic and osteopathic medical, nursing, dental and allied health schools. The scholarship covers registration expenses (travel and lodging are not included) for the annual GRIPE meeting.

Dr. Jackson’s accepted poster “Integrated Anatomy Teaching Through the Pathology Guide” was to be presented during a special time slot on the final day of the GRIPE 2019 Annual Meeting held in New Orleans, LA on January 26. Unfortunately, Dr. Jackson was unable to present due to illness and several students attending the meeting held a Q&A in her stead. 

I hope you will join us in congratulating Dr. Jackson in her accomplishment.