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Resident Grants and Awards

ASCP grants open doors to new opportunities.

ASCP offers sub-specialty grants to help residents broaden their training experience, learn new material not offered at their current institution, and gain exposure to reputable pathologists in their sub-specialty area. We also offer a "Day on the Hill" grant for residents who are interested in learning more about the legislative process and connecting with lawmakers on pathology-related issues. To learn more about these grants or how to apply, visit the tabs below. 

2014-2015 Subspecialty Grants (Round 1)

In order to provide timely access to ASCP’s subspecialty grants, the American Society for Clinical Pathology is now offering two rounds of resident grants. Grant monies are split between Round 1 and Round 2. The grants are given to defray the cost of doing elective rotations at outside institutions in fields of pathology in which the resident desires increased exposure. The time period of study will vary between one, two and four weeks and the ASCP grant will provide a $500, $1000 or $2000 stipend depending on the length of study. This program is designed to allow residents to broaden their training experience by exposing them to material not currently available at their institution and by allowing them to work with a prominent pathologist of their selection. You are eligible for the grant if you are an ASCP Resident member.

Resident Subspecialty Grant applications are due Aug. 15, 2014.    If you are interested in applying for a grant, please send in your application.

Read the news story, "ASCP Resident Subspecialty Grant Shifts a Resident’s Career Path."

For specific requirements, see Frequently Asked Questions.