Shivayogi Bhusnurmath wins the 2020 GRIPE Excellence in International Pathology Education Award

The Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE) would like to extend a sincere congratulations to Shivayogi Bhusnurmath, winner of the 2020 Excellence in International Pathology Education Award. This award is given to an individual who has demonstrated contributions to Pathology education globally and who has enhanced the teaching of Pathology at medical institutions in

Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Attend #GRIPE20

Get inspired by the educational innovations of other dedicated pathology educators. Network, connect, and reconnect with colleagues. The GRIPE Annual Meeting is a unique opportunity of a dedicated event to share experiences in pathology education with people working with different curricular models and structures. Have you been looking for inspiration for your next research project? Attending

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

Deadline for Nomination and Application is July 1

Each year, the Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE) accepts submissions for several different awards and scholarships for Pathology educators, students and practitioners. Don’t miss your last opportunity to submit your application or nomination for one of the many Awards and Scholarships available this year. GRIPE Distinguished Service Award To apply or nominate someone

Register Now for GRIPE 2020! Early Bird Pricing Extended to November 1

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.” The Group for Research in Pathology Education (GRIPE) extends a warm welcome