About the IAP
The IAP is dedicated to the advancement of Pathology through educational exchanges worldwide. In order to achieve this mission, the academy will:
Serve as an international pathology organization that coordinates activities of its divisions and encourages the formation of new divisions where appropriate.
Convene an international congress each biennium providing educational programs to advance pathology education, research and practice.
Provide access to highest quality pathology education worldwide through lectures and seminars, educational grants, international congresses and teaching materials - accessible through its Divisions.
Encourage strategic placement of international congresses to promote access to advanced Pathology Education in underserved areas.
The purpose of the Academy will be the advancement of Pathology through:
Improvement of methods of teaching pathology in medical schools, laboratories, hospitals and medical museums.
Coordination of anatomic pathology, pathologic physiology and comparative pathology with allied sciences and techniques.
Promotion of research in pathology and pathologic techniques.
The formation of national or larger geographic Divisions and Assemblies.
Publication of journals and reports that will afford media, including electronic, for dissemination of the results of work in the above fields.
Convening of meetings and congresses for exchange of scientific information and ideas.
The IAP is recognized by the US Internal Revenue service as a non-profit organization under (IRC) Section 501(c)(3). For more details please contact the IAP Secretary.