Society of 67 Scholars Travel Award for Medical Students and Residents

The Society of 67 Scholars Travel Award provides an opportunity for medical students and/or residents to familiarize themselves with career opportunities in Pathology and the critical role of Pathology in healthcare delivery, research, and education through access to national leaders in academic Pathology attending the 50th Anniversary of the APC Annual Meeting in Washington, DC – the city where APC’s first meeting was held in 1967. The 2017 Annual Meeting theme focuses on the role of Pathology in population health.

Award Process

  1. Eligibility: Preference will be given to third- or fourth-year medical students (MS III/IV) and to Pathology residents beyond the first year of postgraduate training (PGY2/3/4).
  2. Applications for the Society of 67 Scholars Travel Award must include a letter of recommendation from the Pathology Department Chair and/or Residency Program Director.
  3. Applications and letter(s) of recommendation must be submitted to no later than May 8, 2017, at 5:00pm (Eastern).
  4. Travel Award program details and Application Form are in posted fillable PDF form here (download, complete, and add your last name to the filename upon submission, e.g., Smith_APCSo67_TravelAward_Application_FORM.pdf).
  5. The Society of 67 Board will select and notify recipients by May 22, 2017.

Award Recipients

Medical Students
Jihad Aljabban, Ohio State     
Caroline Early, East Carolina University
Brittney Imblum, Pennsylvania State University    
Annie Tsay, Pennsylvania State University
Christopher Trennepohl, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Mohamed Rizwan Haroon Al Rasheed, MD, University of Illinois, Chicago
Charles Childers, MD, Madigan Army Medical Center
Xiangroung He, MD, PhD, State University of New York at Buffalo
Nicole Jackson, MD, MPH, Louisiana State University, New Orleans
Alison Krywanczyk, MD, University of Vermont
Alissa Minkovsky, MD, PhD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital    
Madhuchhanda Roy, MBBS, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Kristen Ruby, DO, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Sharon Song, MD, University of Pennsylvania
Laura Toth, DO, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Annika Windon, MD, University of Pennsylvania