Benefits of Forming a Division

Benefits of forming an IAP Division

  • Scientific and Academic support from all over the world

  • Network of Pathology experts available to lecture in your country

  • Prestige of being part of a world class pathology group

  • The IAP is dedicated to the advancement of pathology by dissemination of knowledge through a large number of educational offerings both at divisional level and at the Biennial International Congress

  • Forums for sharing your expertise, expressing your professional opinion, and building a reputation within the industry

  • The annual meeting of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP), a division of the IAP, with over 4000 registrants has one of the largest attendance of physician-pathologists of any meeting in the world.

  • Reduced registration fee and course fees to the annual meeting of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) and other USCAP meetings.

  • Your membership dues also help fund educational programs that are available to the pathology community at large and your division.

  • Reduced subscription fee to Modern Pathology and/or Laboratory Investigation (either or both journals).

  • At the IAP Biennial Congress, you will be able to meet and interact with a large number of world renowned pathologists on a person-to-person basis.

  • Members receive the International Pathology Newsletter.

  • Eligible to receive educational materials from the USCAP.

  • Founded by Maude Abbott in 1906, the IAP is the oldest international pathology association in the world. It has a rich historical heritage.

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