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Resident Grants and Awards

Each year, ASCP recognizes the individuals who have made outstanding, lifelong contributions to the Society. This year, ASCP honors members in several categories for their singular efforts toward the advancement of the organization. ASCP applauds them for their imagination, their tenacity, and their vision.

ASCP also provides unique grant opportunities to qualified residents in pathology. To find out more about ASCP resident grants or how to apply, visit the tabs below.

About the Subspecialty Grants

Subspecialty Grants 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. Grants can help defray the cost of doing elective rotations at outside institutions.  For specific requirements, see Frequently Asked Questions (Word Doc).

2014-2015 Subspecialty Grants – Round 1 Recipients

Dr. Elif Akin, Loma Linda University Medical Center 

Dr. Caleb Cheng, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Dr. Kristin La Fortune, University of Virginia Health System

Dr. Lauren Lippincott, Danbury Hospital

Dr. Claire Murphy, University of Washington

Dr. Deepti Ravi, McMaster University

Round 2 Resident Subspecialty Grant applications are due January 16, 2015.  Please fax or email completed grant applications to Angela Papaleo, ASCP Membership Department, at 312-541-4772 or

    ASCP’s Resident Leadership Representative Award recognizes two outstanding Residents from the Resident Representative Network for demonstrating leadership and promoting ASCP membership and resident activities. Award recipients will be formally announced during the Michele D. Raible Lecture for Residents at ASCP’s Annual Meeting. Award recipients will receive round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, and complimentary registration to attend the Annual Meeting in beautiful Tampa, Fla. October 8–10.

    Click here for the nomination form – deadline is July 7, 2014.

    Benjamin J. Havard, MD
    Medical University of South Carolina

    Jennifer L. Shuttlesworth, MD
    University of Texas

    Raja Moti Gidwani, MD
    University of Missouri-Kansas City/Truman Medical Center

    Natalia Golardi, MD
    University of Texas

    Nicole DeMers, MD
    University of South Florida

    Eric Yee, MD
    Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

    Fernando Antelo, MD
    Harbor-USCA Medical Center

    Robin Wirth, MD
    Memorial University (Canada)


    Stephen Hammond, MD
    Boston Medical Center

    Lili Lee, MD
    New York University Langone Medical Center


    Feriyl Bhaijee, MD
    Rebecca Sonu, MD

    William W. Bivin, MD
    Betty M. Chung, DO, MPH