The deadline for applications for the John H. Holliman Resident Scholarship is drawing close. The scholarship will cover registration expenses (travel and lodging are not included) for the annual GRIPE Winter meeting that will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Westin Las Vegas, January 25-27, 2018.
Applications are to be e-mailed to email@example.com or faxed to (304) 523-9701 by October 31. Please be sure the applicant’s one-page statement emphasizing his/her interest in teaching and a curriculum vita that demonstrates past teaching experiences are included.
Download the application here.
The scholarship will be awarded by December 1, 2017 at which time the recipient and all applicants will be notified.
Each year, GRIPE organizes its Annual Winter Meeting. Participants from several different countries will be visiting the meeting.
For the 2019 meeting, the GRIPE Executive Committee is investigating possible sites to help organize the meeting. At this point, we would like to invite all GRIPE members to consider their own institution to be a possible host for the meeting. Hosting the meeting gives many advantages in establishing new connections with colleagues from other medical schools, and also offers the host institution to show its own successes and facilities to others.
The Executive Committee strongly prefers GRIPE Meetings be connected to an institution with a strong pathology education program; therefore, your help and suggestions are invaluable!
Please consider your own institution as possible host for 2019 and discuss this with your own faculty members. Please note that hosting a meeting does not always indicate that the meeting will be held at your institution.
If you are considering hosting, please send us a motivated letter of intention before October 13, 2017.
We do not need a full proposal yet. As soon as the Executive Committee has judged all letters of intention, a limited number of institutions will be asked to send in a full proposal.
Letters of intention can be send to Julie Hewett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please consider our offer and help GRIPE to continue the organization of the annual meetings in the future!
As a reminder, the Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE) is currently accepting nominations for the Distinguished Service Award. The Distinguished Service Award is designed to recognize an individual’s exceptional lifetime contribution to the mission of GRIPE.
To be nominated, three GRIPE Members from separate institutions must send letters of nomination to the GRIPE Executive Committee in order to nominate an individual by the deadline of November 15, 2017. Letters may also come from outside the GRIPE organization.
Click here to download the nomination form.
If you have any questions, please let us know at email@example.com.
The Tom Kent Award is designed to recognize an individual’s exceptional lifetime contribution to pathology education. Nominees should have a broad contribution to pathology education and the nomination should focus on a lifetime of contribution, rather than something done at any one point in time.
Letters to the GRIPE Executive Committee from three GRIPE Members from separate institutions are required to nominate an individual. Letters may also come from outside the GRIPE organization. Nominated individuals do not need to be GRIPE members.
Nomination Deadline: November 15, 2017
Download the nomination form here
Do you have questions or would like more information? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Geoffrey Talmon has co-authored a book that is now available for purchase! The book is entitled, Mind the Gap: Generational Differences in Medical Education and may be ordered on the publisher’s website here.
Dr. Lija Joseph was featured in an article from CAP Today titled, “New pathology patient consult program takes off.” Read the full article here.
Dr. Shirley Siew has been awarded the prestigious Distinguished Faculty Award and has recently presented a poster entitled, “MacCallum’s Triangle. Is it Rheumatic? Is it Traumatic? Or is it Both?” at the meeting of the Microscopy Society of America in St Louis, Missouri, 2017.
We are very pleased to dedicate one section on our website to recognize the professional accomplishments of our members but we need your help! Have you received awards or promotions, landed a great new job, or published an article or research in the last year? We would like to know about it and celebrate your accomplishments on the GRIPE website!
Please send your news to Danielle Inscoe via email at email@example.com for inclusion on the website. Sorry, we can only include professional accomplishments on the website, but welcome you to share your personal news on the GRIPE Facebook page!