|Left to right: Jolee Hernandez Suddock, Maria Hintzke, MD, Resident Council Chair, Stephen Kroft, MD, FASCP, ASCP President
To enhance the profile of the practice of pathology and attract
outstanding medical students into pathology and laboratory medicine, the
American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) offers a student award
recognition program: Award for Academic Excellence and Achievement in Pathology.
This award honors medical students in years one through four who
have achieved academic excellence, leadership ability, and a strong interest in
the pathology profession. Ten medical students will be selected per year to
receive this prestigious award. One student will be chosen to receive the Gold
Award. Self-nominations are accepted, but official departmental approval is
still required by the Pathology Department Chair, Program Director, or Course
Applications will be available in Spring 2016. For inquiries,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ten outstanding medical students will be selected, with one student chosen as the Gold Award Recipient. The ten awardees will receive:
- A copy of the Quick Compendium of Clinical Pathology, 3rd Edition
- An Amazon Kindle
- Recognition on the ASCP website and through ONELab Memo
The Gold Award Recipient will also receive an iPad mini and a trip to the ASCP 2015 Annual Meeting, October 28-30, 2015 in Long Beach, California. There, the Gold Award Recipient will be formally recognized at the annual Michele D. Raible Lecture for Residents.
ASCP recently honored medical students throughout North America with the 2015 Academic Excellence and Achievement Award. Names of winners are listed below.
Tiffany G. Baker, Medical University of South Carolina, Gold Award Recipient
Jacqueline E. Birkness, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Kendall S. Brewer, Medical University of South Carolina
Jun Yang Jiang, University of California Davis
Anthony Joudi, Loyola University Chicago: Stritch School of Medicine
Alexander Kikuchi, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Wilfred Manzano, University of California, Irvine
Daniel L. Miller, University of Missouri School of Medicine
Felicia R. Nip, Michigan State College of Human Medicine
Nathan T. Sweed, University of Texas Health Science Center