Dear EAHP and SH members,
This is to remind you that the application for David Y Mason Foundation Award is open until June 30th 2018.
The David Y Mason Foundation Award is £6.000 and is aimed for non-established researchers in the field of haematopathology (medical doctor in training/junior faculty, biomedical researcher at the level of junior post-doc or similar).
Please find information of how to apply in the attached document and do not forget to inform your young researchers of this opportunity!
Society for Hematopathology (SH) invites applications from pathologists in training for Resident/Fellow member in the Education Committee (EC) for a term of 2 years. The term cycle begins at the USCAP annual meeting. The member must be a trainee during their entire term and should either be enrolled in or have an intent to enroll in a Hematopathology fellowship. At least 1 year of the term should include the hematopathology fellowship year. Applications must be received by December 1st of the year prior to commencement of the term.
As my term as your President, we will be preparing for our Companion Meeting in Vancouver later this month. The 2017 USCAP companion meeting was a great success. I want to thank Robert Lorsbach and Michelle Paessler, as well as the excellent speakers, for putting on the program "An Update on Monocytic and Histiocytic Neoplasms and Disorders." The program nicely bridged both adult and pediatric disorders and was very well-received by the members. I also want to thank Lauren and Kyle for the 2017 SH-ASCP Companion Meeting entitled "B-cell lymphoproliferative disorders: What's new in diagnosis and classification" that was hero in Chicago. Again,