American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) Annual Meeting 2020 at Experimental Biology is organized by American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) and will be held from Apr 04 - 07, 2020 at San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California, United States of America.
The 2020 ASIP Annual Meeting includes symposia and workshops communicating cutting edge science and translational research, commingled with educational and professional development sessions appealing to trainees and junior faculty. New this year, oral poster presentations in the form of short 3-minute talks (also known as “Poster Blitzes”) will be interspersed between the invited lectures. Reflecting the ASIP membership, there will be a strong emphasis on liver pathobiology, neuropathology, gene expression, inflammation, immunopathology, vascular biology, neoplasia, endothelial and epithelial cell biology, and fundamental cell biology.
• One major theme will be how the microbiome influences pathobiology across different organ systems. Recent research has shown that the gut microbiome influences the normal function and pathobiology of many different organ systems throughout the body. Consecutive symposia will explore this connection between gut microbiota and the liver and brain, as well as how it impacts cancer therapy. A symposium sponsored by the Blood Vessel Club will explore the role of the microbiome in vascular disease. These symposia will provide a broad perspective of a very exciting area of emerging research.
• Several major symposia will cover a variety of emerging technologies and how they impact research and medicine. A session co-sponsored by the Gene Regulation SIG will cover the impact of single-cell transcriptome analysis on our understanding of epigenetic regulation. Other sessions will cover the impact of artificial intelligence in pathology, machine learning in neuropathology, as well as the practical utility of big data. In addition, there will be a symposium exploring disease modeling using iPSCs to generate organoids as well as a symposium organized by the Society for Toxicologic Pathology discussing the role of the toxicologic pathologists in animal model research. Together, these symposia will cover a wide range of cutting-edge experimental and computational approaches that are changing how we investigate, understand, diagnose, and treat human disease.
• In the field of cancer, there will be a symposium on precision oncology and the translation of personal genomics into clinical practice. The genomic era has led to dramatic changes in both basic cancer biology as well as personalized medicine. How this information can be used to impact patient care is a very challenging but critically important topic. To expand on the cancer theme, Club Hepatomania has developed a session on the mechanisms of hepatic tumorigenesis. In addition, there will be a workshop on the role of tumor microenvironment in breast cancer.
• There are several sessions the cover the role of inflammation and immunity in disease. The Pathobiology Course for research scientists will cover the resolution of inflammation. A major symposium will cover the connection between coagulation and fibrinolysis with innate immunity. A cardiac pathology focused symposium will explore the fascinating connection between clonal hematopoiesis, inflammation, and cardiovascular disease.
• In what promises to be a fun event again this year, a combined symposium and debate will delve into the topic of fibrosis across different organs on Sunday morning. The Presidential Symposium will cover advances in regenerative medicine on Monday afternoon. In addition, there will be a mucosal pathobiology session dedicated to new regulatory mechanisms and functions of epithelial junctions. While the ACVP will host a symposium on hemostasis and thrombosis.
Additional Details will be posted as soon as they are available
|Contact No. :||(240) 283-9700
|Registration Type||Last Date||Price|
|Nonmember Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 770.00|
|Retired Nonmember Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 205.00|
|Postdoctoral Trainees Nonmember Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 535.00|
|Graduate Student Nonmember Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 145.00|
|Undergraduate Students Nonmember Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 50.00|
|One-day Pass - Nonmember Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 395.00|
|ASPET Member Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 570.00|
|Retired ASPET Member Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 170.00|
|Postdoctoral ASPET Member Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 435.00|
|Graduate Student ASPET Member Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 105.00|
|Undergraduate Students ASPET Member Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 35.00|
|One-day Pass - ASPET Member Advance Fee||13 Mar,2020||USD 295.00|
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Nonmember Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 630.00|
|Retired Nonmember Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 185.00|
|Postdoctoral Trainees Nonmember Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 435.00|
|Graduate Student Nonmember Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 135.00|
|Undergraduate Students Nonmember Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 40.00|
|One-day Pass - Nonmember Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 385.00|
|ASPET Member Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 430.00|
|Retired ASPET Member Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 150.00|
|Postdoctoral ASPET Member Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 335.00|
|Graduate Student ASPET Member Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 95.00|
|Undergraduate Students ASPET Member Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 25.00|
|One-day Pass - ASPET Member Early Fee||05 Feb,2020||USD 285.00|