The 2019 GRIPE Winter Meeting had some of the best participation for the photo contest to date. There were nine individuals who submitted photos totaling over 90 images submitted in total. We are happy to congratulate winners in two categories this year:
Winner Gross: Stomach – Katherine Wang
Winner Microscopic: Coccidiodies – Gloria Sura
If you would like to participate in the 2020 GRIPE Winter Meeting photo contest, keep your eyes peeled for an email later this fall!
The GRIPE Membership Committee is requesting your participation to complete a briefmembership survey(time estimate: apx. 5 min). The goals of this survey are the following:
1. To gather demographic data to update our records 2. To determine the level of interest in, and value of, various GRIPE activities and resources to our members 3. To collect specific information relevant to the work of some of our committees, and 4. To gather information for new ideas to advance further the mission and success of the organization
The deadline for completing the survey is March 15, 2019.
It is time to mark your calendar for the 2020 GRIPE Winter Meeting in San Antonio, Texas! The Winter Meeting will take us just south of Texas Hill Country to the Menger Hotel, located in beautiful, downtown San Antonio, steps away from the Alamo and the city’s famous Riverwalk.
Location: San Antonio, Texas, USA Date: January 23-25, 2020
The Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE) would like to extend a sincere congratulations to Ed Goljan, MD, winner of the 2019 Tom Kent Award for Excellence in Pathology Education.
Dr. Ed Goljan is the Former Chair of Pathology at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences. He earned his Bachelor of Science at St. Bonaventure University in 1964 and his MD from Temple University in 1968. At his home institution, Dr. Goljan has served as a voice for pathology, serving as a leader in curriculum development as well as chair of his department. Additionally, he has been the recipient of numerous teaching and mentoring awards, speaking to his dedication as an educator and skill in bettering the educational experience for all students.
Dr. Goljan epitomizes the spirit of this award as an individual who has made substantial contributions to pathology education through a lifetime of distinguished service. It is his work in board preparation that has given Dr. Goljan renown beyond Oklahoma State. In short, when preparing for boards or even studying pathology during coursework, his numerous review texts and resources are among the gold standard among students.
The Tom Kent Award for Excellence in Pathology Education is given to recognize an individual’s exceptional lifetime contribution to pathology education. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Goljan on this achievement.
Do you know any Pathologists who aren’t yet GRIPE Members? Here are five reasons they should join GRIPE!
Access to the Resource Bank – The GRIPE resource bank contains over 5,500 indexed, peer-reviewed questions and images that have been submitted to GRIPE. It includes multiple choice questions, images with multiple choice questions, and clinical case items.
Discounted registration for the Annual Meeting – Being a GRIPE member saves you money for the Annual Meeting.
Access to Job Postings in Pathology Education – GRIPE maintains a job posting on the website for open positions in Pathology. If you’re looking for a new position, it’s easier to look through Pathology listings than to try and narrow all listings to just Pathology.
Access to Pathology Mentors – If you are looking to broaden your horizons in Pathology, GRIPE can provide you information on Pathologists or Mentors in your area.
Updates with News, resources and information valuable to pathology educators– Any time there is new information or news that might interest Pathology Educators, GRIPE will let their members know.
Joining GRIPE is easy! Visit the GRIPE website today at www.gripeadmin.org and click “Join Today!”