The Twelve Months of APC 2020

Join us as we look back at 2021! We are ringing in the new year by highlighting a few of APC's many activities and achievements in 2021...


  • APC Announces 2021 Advocacy Priorities
    In cooperation with APC’s Advocacy Committee, which consists of representatives from the Graduate Medical Education, Practice & Management, Research, and Undergraduate Medical Education Committees, APC Council issues their 2021 Advocacy Priorities. These priorities guide each committee and staff in their advocacy-related work throughout the year.

  • Research Committee Closes Internally-Funded Research Survey
    APC’s Research Committee closes their first survey since 2009 on research trends in academic pathology departments. This expanded survey includes questions on practice-advancing research and physician-scientist training opportunities. The latter is provided to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) as part of their data collection efforts to increase medical students’ awareness of research opportunities in pathology. The survey results and strategies for developing internally-funded research are later discussed during the Research Session at the APC 2021 Annual Meeting.

  • APC Supports FY22 National Institutes of Health (NIH) Funding
    APC signs on to a letter of support organized by AAMC’s Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research. The letter recommends for FY22 a program level of at least $46.111 billion, which represents a $3.177 billion increase over the comparable FY21 funding level. This funding would allow for the NIH’s base budget to keep pace with the biomedical research and development price index (BRDPI) and allow meaningful growth of 5%. The letter also advocates for emergency supplemental funding to support COVID-19-related expenses associated with both pandemic- and non-pandemic research and the research workforce pipeline.

  • APC Hosts a Virtual Town Hall on Leading Through Crisis
    Sponsored by the APC Senior Fellows Group and the Leadership Development and Diversity Committee, APC members meet for an in-depth discussion led by a panel of department leaders with insights on (1) key competencies during high-stress times, especially in dealing with the impact on departments, institutions, and local communities, and (2) personal coping and resilience techniques for dealing with all aspects of high stress in leadership teams, faculty, trainees, and staff. Click here to access the members-only webpage to view and listen to the recording. These resources are free to APC members!

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  • NEW APC Clinical Service Leaders Committee
    APC Council and the Practice & Management Committee announce the formation of a new committee to better serve and support academic clinical service chiefs and directors. The new ad hoc Clinical Service Leaders Committee seeks to recruit chiefs of pathology in affiliated hospitals, directors of anatomic, surgical or clinical pathology, and laboratory directors. Together, they will discuss and develop activities that address their professional needs as vital academic laboratory leaders.

  • Article on Ethics of Artificial Intelligence Published in Academic Pathology
    James Crawford, MD, PhD, Liron Pantanowitz, MD, MHA and co-authors give an important perspective on how to apply long-standing principles of ethics to emerging applications of artificial intelligence in pathology and laboratory medicine. APC’s Open-Access Journal, Academic Pathology, publishes their paper entitled “The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine: Principles and Practice,” on February 16, 2021. This paper remains one of the most-viewed articles throughout the year.

  • RADx Update
    As NIH’s RADx testing initiatives continue to develop, APC asks the National Institutes of Health if there would be a convenient way to update APC’s members on the status of approvals, availability, and pricing of RADx-funded tests. The RADx program directors respond by creating a portfolio summary document with information that is updated monthly and making it available to APC Chair members.

  • Southeast Regional Chairs & Administrators Host a Virtual Meeting
    The University of Texas Medical Branch hosts the Southeast Regional Chairs and Administrators meeting virtually on Wednesday, February 10th and Thursday, February 11th. The event highlights innovative solutions in pathology and includes talks on the following: A COVID-Diagnostic Management Team with a Large Revenue Stream, The Digital Pathologist, and Who Does What in Restructured Academic Pathology Organizations. Click here to access the members-only webpage to view and listen to the recording.

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  • APC Supports API’s Comments to the Federal Register
    APC joins the Association of Directors of Anatomic and Surgical Pathology, the American Society for Clinical Pathology, and the College of American Pathologists in endorsing comments submitted by the Association for Pathology Informatics (API) to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) on making permanent regulatory flexibilities provided during the COVID-19 public health emergency by exempting certain medical devices from premarket notification requirements, including several devices used in remote and digital pathology.

  • APC’s Senior Fellows’ Matching Challenge Ends
    A generous colleague, who wishes to remain anonymous, matches each Senior Fellow donation (up to $2,500 per individual donation) to the Society of ’67 through March 31, 2021. The donor seeks to maintain the APC Senior Fellow Group as the top APC group in giving to the Society of ’67. In the first 3 months of 2021, the Senior Fellows succeed in raising more than $37,000 to support Society of ’67 programs!

  • APC Supports Additional HRSA Funding
    Again, in 2021, APC joins fellow Friends of HRSA and the Health Professions and Nursing Education Coalition in support of funding for the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), including $1.51 billion for the Title VII health professions and Title VIII nursing workforce development programs and $9.2 billion for HRSA to sustain their important work in medical workforce pipeline research and development.

  • AAMC Invites APC to Join a Virtual Specialty Forum
    AAMC hosts a Virtual Specialty Forum for Medical Students on March 25, 2021 and invites representatives of APC to represent pathology. The event attracts over 1,200 attendees and more than 200 medical students visit the APC booth. Jennifer Baccon, MD, PhD, Chair of the Undergraduate Medical Education Committee, coordinates pathologist volunteers to staff the booth and answer questions. The success of this event leads APC to initiate its first Pathology Open House (mentioned in June below). Downloadable materials from this event, featuring pathology-specific opportunities for students, are available to share with medical students at:

  • PRODS Spring 2021 Virtual Meeting - Updates & Unpacking Virtual Recruitment
    In lieu of the traditional in-person meeting during the USCAP annual conference, PRODS Council hosts its Spring 2021 Meeting as a virtual meeting on Thursday, March 25, 2021. Diane Kowalski, MD (Yale School of Medicine), PRODS Council Chair-Elect, and other PRODS Council members organize an open forum for program directors and coordinators to meet and discuss the new virtual recruitment processes. Click here to access the members-only webpage to view and listen to the recording.

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  • APC Supports the VITAL Act and CLIA Oversight of LDTs
    APC endorses the Verified Innovative Testing in American Laboratories (VITAL) Act, which would codify current federal regulations that place oversight of laboratory-developed tests (LDTs) under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) administered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). In cooperation with the Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP), the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) and the American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG), APC submits a letter of support for reintroduction of VITAL to the bill’s sponsor, Senator Rand Paul.

  • APC Launches the New PhD Program Leaders Committee
    Members of APC Council and the Research Committee, along with the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP), create a new PhD Program Leaders Committee to better serve graduate programs in pathology or multi-disciplinary programs in the biomedical sciences. This ad hoc committee is comprised of Vice Chairs for Research and PhD Program leaders. The committee aims to identify approaches and best practices to ensure the pipeline of pre-docs into PhD programs and postdoctoral fellows into pathology faculty research laboratories, ideally to pursue careers in pathology departments, and to develop PhD faculty to successfully interface with clinical faculty.

  • Most Read Article of 2021 Published in Academic Pathology
    Academic Pathology publishes an article written by members from NorthShore University Health System entitled, “From Testing to Decision-Making: A Data-Driven Analytics COVID-19 Response” on April 20, 2021. This becomes the most-read article of 2021 and demonstrates how members can utilize APC’s Open-Access Journal, Academic Pathology, to further academic pathology’s understanding and response to the most pressing issues in medicine.

  • New Resource for Program Directors Launches
    APC collaborates with the College of American Pathologists to launch the Program Directors' Toolbox. The Program Directors’ Toolbox provides residency and fellowship training program directors and faculty with on-demand access to educational content, program administration tools, and other resources to share knowledge and innovative practices across institutions. Program Directors are encouraged to utilize and submit content! For more information, visit the APC website at:

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  • APC Promotes Physician-Scientist Training Programs in Pathology
    APC and PRODS members represent pathology on a May 19th session for program directors, hosted by AAMC. Following this event, the APC Research Committee members update materials on AAMC’s website for Physician-Scientist Training Programs in pathology, which now includes a list of PSTP programs obtained through the Research Committee’s recent survey (mentioned in January above). Details about these programs and other resources are also available on APC’s website at

  • Academic Pathology Publishes COVID-19 Special Collection
    This collection illustrates how academic pathology departments met the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic by adjusting nearly every aspect of their operations, teaching, staffing and finances. These articles were submitted between September and December 2020, reflecting experiences within the first 10 months of the outbreak. The importance of the lab to healthcare has never been more apparent. Sharing these innovations and best practices is a valuable step to showcase the stunning advances and adaptations made by departments of academic pathology in order to serve the Public Good.

  • APC Supports the ACLU’s Efforts Against Gene Patenting
    APC signs onto the American Civil Liberties Union’s (ACLU) coalition letter to the Biden Administration against gene patenting and related issues. The letter expresses opposition to legislation and regulatory action that would overturn established Supreme Court precedent and expand patent-eligible subject matter to encompass abstract ideas, laws of nature, and natural phenomena. Click here to read the full letter.

  • APC Issues a Statement on Fellowship Recruitment Practices
    Consistent with APC’s advocacy priority to “collect data on unexpected fellowship openings and resident concerns about the fellowship recruitment process to inform recommendations for systemic changes”, APC Council and PRODS Council recognize the increasing numbers of unexpected fellowship openings (defined as fellows withdrawing their commitments within 18 months of matriculation). The Councils jointly approve a statement concerning this urgent matter and member feedback is continuously welcomed at [email protected].

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  • APC Council Election Outcome is Revealed
    APC congratulates its members elected to serve on APC Council from July 2021 – July 2024: Michael Laposata, MD, PhD, University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston (Councilor-at-Large), Douglas Miller, MD, PhD, University of Missouri School of Medicine (Chair, Graduate Medical Education Committee), and Amyn Rojiani, MD, PhD, *Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, (Chair, Leadership Development & Diversity Committee). APC thanks all candidates for their willingness to serve and gratefully acknowledges Karen Kaul, MD, PhD, for her exceptional leadership as Chair of the Graduate Medical Education Committee over the last six years! APC Council encourages all Chair members to consider pathways to Council election by serving on APC committees. For more information about volunteer opportunities, contact [email protected] or reach out to President Lydia Howell at [email protected].
    *Now at Penn State College of Medicine

  • APC Hosts its First Medical Student Open House
    APC hosts a Pathology Virtual Open House on June 12th with nearly 200 medical students in attendance! Resident/trainee volunteers lead programs for APC’s pipeline outreach efforts and are joined by representatives from other pathology organizations who have free resources/memberships for medical students! View, download, and share compiled lists of resources related to pathology, careers, organizations, and academic pathologists -- especially for medical students, including materials from the APC Virtual Open House.

  • Society of ’67 Scholars Class of 2021 Announced
    The Society of ’67 Thomas D. Kinney Scholars Program provides an opportunity for medical students and pathology residents to familiarize themselves with career opportunities in pathology and the critical role of pathology in healthcare delivery, research, and education. Scholars in the program participate in the APC Annual Meeting, where they gain insight from national leaders in academic pathology. Several continue to volunteer on APC committees to provide trainee perspectives and actively engage in projects, such as manuscript or educational content development. APC congratulates the 2021 cohort, listed below, comprised of 7 medical students and 9 pathology residents from across the nation.

    2021 Kinney Scholars
  • Society of ’67 PDAS Fellowship Program Launches
    The Society of '67 PDAS Fellows Program provides an opportunity for emerging and new pathology administrators (Associate PDAS Members) to attend the PDAS Program at the APC Annual Meeting. PDAS Fellows receive an immersive experience on management of departmental missions, learn about models and strategies in administrative operations for pathology and laboratory medicine stakeholders, and interact with our community of academic pathology administrators bringing a network of professional support, mentoring, and resources. The inaugural 2021 cohort is listed below.

    PDAS Fellows 2021

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  • Members Reconnect, Engage and Learn at REAL APC 2021
    APC executes its second virtual annual meeting with 441 registrants and high marks from attendees. As in 2020, APC again uses the successful “flipped-classroom” approach by providing pre-recorded presentations for attendees to view several weeks in advance of the highly interactive online sessions. The virtual conference features keynote speakers leading robust discussions sessions, audience engagement through chatting and live interactions, and additional networking and learning with colleagues and exhibitors on a video-enabled social platform called GatherTown. New this year, CME is included in the price of registration!

  • APC Honors 2021 Distinguished Service Award Recipients
    At REAL APC 2021, awards are presented to individuals, who are nominated by their peers and selected by APC leadership, who show exemplary achievement, commitment and service to academic pathology. The awardees, shown below, give remarkable and moving acceptance speeches, to a virtual audience of family members and colleagues. More information about how to nominate a deserving colleague can be found on the
    APC website.

    APC 2021 Awardees

  • The First Class of APC Pathology Leadership Fellows Starts
    Building on the lessons of APC's Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Program (a mentored micro-incubator for future academic pathology leaders) and APC's Pathology Leadership Academies (live 1- to 2-day small group workshops on fundamental leadership topics), the Leadership Development and Diversity Committee launches the new APC Pathology Leadership Fellows (APLF) program. This year-long program is meant to cultivate leadership potential and opportunities by providing experiences and education that accelerate understanding and competency in the skills required for academic administration. The program has multiple immersive elements, such as job applications and interview simulation, that give the fellows an advantage in reaching their career goals. The mentorship component pairs current and past leaders in academic pathology with fellows to support their learning with knowledge and experience throughout the program. Thanks to the many volunteers – Senior Fellows, Chairs and other members – for contributing to the success of this program designed to groom the next generation of academic leaders!

  • APC’s New Committees Meet for the First Time
    The PhD Program Leaders and Clinical Service Leaders Committees meet for the first time and are off to an impressive start! Committees continue to meet through the fall to develop their charters and share information. These new committees, led by Edwin Monuki, MD, PhD and Karen Kaul, MD, PhD (respectively), are already serving as valuable communities to their members and, as they develop, will support the advancement of academic pathology.

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  • APC Develops Undergraduate Medical Education Curriculum in Laboratory Medicine
    The APC Undergraduate Medical Education Committee’s Laboratory Medicine Curriculum working group makes important strides in developing a new set of self-directed online modules in this underserved area of medical education. These ready-to-use materials will allow medical educators to easily implement the principles of laboratory medicine in an effective and engaging way. The UME Committee intends for the curriculum to be case-based and free to all medical students and educators. Stay tuned as the modules are finalized to launch in 2022!

  • APC Administers a Chair Characteristics Survey
    In cooperation with APC’s Leadership Development and Diversity Committee, Melissa George, DO, Pennsylvania State College of Medicine, organizes a survey of chairs and interim chairs in US and Canadian Departments of Pathology to collect data that will help develop profiles of chair “phenotypes” by academic credentials, leadership background, subspecialty focus, and other characteristics. There is a substantial body of literature on the personal characteristics and motivations of individuals becoming chairs in other medical specialties, as well as data on gender and race, however, little is formally known about the “phenotype” or career pathways of academic pathology chairs. This survey aims to determine whether dominant phenotypes exist and, if so, what they are, with the intention of preparing a manuscript for submission to APC’s journal, Academic Pathology.

  • Most Read Educational Case of 2021 Published in Academic Pathology
    Educational cases highlight key teaching points of the learning objectives of the three competencies and clinical thinking of the Pathology Competencies for Medical Education (PCME). The PCME were created by pathology chairs and course directors to serve as a national standard identifying the core content for teaching pathology in three basic competencies: disease mechanisms, integration of disease mechanisms into organ system pathology, and application of pathology to diagnostic medicine. Academic Pathology publishes over 25 new Educational Cases in 2021, bringing the total number of cases to 125. Click here to learn more about PCME.

  • UMEDS Toolbox - New Resources Added
    The UMEDS Toolbox is updated with new resources from the APC 2021 Annual Meeting. The UMEDS Toolbox is managed by UMEDS Council and offers members-only access to materials organized for medical educators, including UME-focused presentations from previous APC Annual Meetings and other resources.

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  • APC Joins the NKF on Implementation of New eGFR Equations
    Invited by the National Kidney Foundation (NKF), APC joins their Laboratory Engagement Initiative to facilitate implementation of the new non-race-based equations for the estimation of glomerular filtration rate (eGFR). The new equations were developed by an NKF Task Force and will be formally published in January 2022. APC endorses the use of the new equations and will hold a virtual event to provide background on the changes and examples of implementation in academic health systems, with the hope of accelerating adoption. Stay tuned for an invitation to register for this free virtual event sponsored by APC!

  • New Doctorate in Clinical Laboratory Sciences Outlined in Academic Pathology
    Michael Laposata, MD, PhD, Chair at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston School of Medicine, co-authors a paper in Academic Pathology entitled “The Doctorate in Clinical Laboratory Sciences: A New Curriculum to Enhance the Connection of the Laboratory to Health Care Providers”. This turns out to be the second most viewed article published in 2021, showing the interest in creating educational programs that reduce diagnostic errors in patient care by enhancing connections between the clinical laboratory and health care providers.

  • APC Gives New Life to ICPI and Expands Opportunities for Training Programs
    In 2020, APC assumed the duties of co-managing the Intersociety Council for Pathology Information (ICPI). Among many improvements, including a new website, the APC announces that departments with ICPI Residency Directory listings may add other training programs to the ICPI website, such as post-sophomore fellowships, MSTP programs, PSTP programs, PhD programs, and med tech, histo tech, and cyto tech training programs. All training programs are now included in the ONE price of a Residency Program listing! Plus, participating programs can also publicize their Program Open Houses in ICPI’s event listings free of charge. Stay tuned for more exciting changes!

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  • Undergraduate Medical Educators Section Hosts “Diverse Voices” Follow-Up Discussion
    In response to great enthusiasm for the “Diverse Voices” Session in the UMEDS Annual Meeting program, the UMEDS Council hosts a follow-up virtual event on October 4th. The event goes deeper into discussion of diversity as it relates to the medical student pipeline, curricular content, learning environment and assessment of medical students.

  • Northeast Chairs Hold a Virtual Regional Meeting
    The Northeast Chairs successfully host their regional meeting virtually via Zoom on Friday, October 8th. Topics include: How the Pandemic has Changed Academic Pathology, Lessons Learned from the Pandemic, Residency Recruiting: Lessons Learned from our Transition to Virtual Interviews, and Digital Pathology. Members can view this meeting recording on the Past Virtual Events webpage. Stay tuned to more regional meeting updates by visiting the APC’s Regional Meetings webpage.

  • Academic Pathology is Now Published by Elsevier
    APC gratefully acknowledges the role of SAGE Publishing in serving as Academic Pathology’s first “home” since 2014, while transitioning to an exciting new publishing alliance with Elsevier. Academic Pathology’s articles will have increased visibility to a global audience of academic leaders while keeping the same Open Access benefits, editors and staff, which are highly valued. The new submission site is now open at!

  • APC Co-Hosts Webinars on the Regulatory Landscape of Laboratory-Developed Tests
    Along with AACC, ACMG and AMP, APC produces a 4-part webinar that provides essential background information and explains two legislative options for laboratory-developed tests (LDTs) – the VITAL Act (which supports CLIA oversight) and the VALID Act (which supports FDA regulation). Learn all you need to know to advocate for the practice of laboratory medicine!

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  • Program Directors Section Hosts Virtual Event on Resident and Fellow Wellness
    Wesley Y. Naritoku, MD, PhD, and Katherine Scribner, DO, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, host an impactful PRODS-led discussion group on resident and fellow wellness. Key points include ACGME Common Program Requirements, a case study, and how to advocate for and implement a Safety, Fairness, and Equity (SAFE) Subcommittee. Couldn’t attend live? Watch the replay on APC’s Past Virtual Events Webpage.

  • APC Joins AMA, AHA, AACC, ACMG and AMP in Support of CLIA’s Oversight of LDTs:
    APC’s resolve against LDT regulation by the FDA, in favor of affirming CLIA’s oversight of LDTs, has strengthened during the COVID-19 pandemic. Academic labs, and the healthcare systems and patients they serve, waited anxiously for weeks to begin rapid PCR testing locally to contain the spread of the virus, while the FDA gave authority only for faulty CDC test kits. APC joins the chorus of leading healthcare organizations, including the American Medical Association and the American Hospital Association, in supporting CLIA modernization.

  • The Season of Giving Sparks Donations to Society of ‘67
    As you consider your charitable options as 2021 winds down, remember the Society of ‘67 programs that cultivate and inspire the pipeline of academic pathologists! Every contribution invests in the future and legacy of academic pathology. Your generous support ultimately advances and improves health care by fostering the development of academic pathology and future leaders in academic practice, education, and research. To learn more about Society of ’67 programs or to DONATE NOW, go to

    Your generosity will continue to support programs of the Society of ’67:

    • The Thomas D. Kinney Scholars Program for medical students and pathology residents. New in 2021: While any donation amount is appreciated, donors who are able to contribute $2500 will be a NAMED SPONSOR of a medical student or pathology resident in the Kinney Scholars Program! Applications for the 2022 Kinney Scholars program will launch in January 2022.
    • Trainee Project Grants in Health Services funds innovative research or education projects that address issues of healthcare quality, costs, and/or access related to pathology services. For 2022, five project grants have been selected from more than 30 applicants to receive a combined total of nearly $25,000.
    • Open Access Publication Awards for early-career authors to publish their scholarship in Academic Pathology. In 2021, more than $25,000 has been awarded to pay for the article processing fee to more than 30 publications, including Educational Case Reports,
    • The PDAS Fellows Program for the mentoring of early career pathology department administrators, a program that launched and supported three individuals in 2021. Donate to the PDAS Fellows Program and support the first-ever Marty Lawlor Fellow, named in memory of our long-time PDAS colleague. Applications for the 2022 PDAS Fellows program will launch in January 2022.

    Similar to the Senior Fellow Matching Challenge earlier this year, a Senior Fellow colleague once again will MATCH each Senior Fellow’s donation up to a total of $2,500 if you haven’t contributed yet – either for counting in your year-end donations for 2021 or even into the first two months of 2022, ending on February 28, 2022. Can Senior Fellows continue to be recognized as the top group (compared to Chairs, PRODS, PDAS, etc.) in supporting the pipeline of academic pathology? DONATE TODAY!

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  • GMEAS Members Celebrate a Year of Overcoming Challenges
    The Graduate Medical Education Administrators Section (GMEAS) Council hosts its first Annual Holiday Celebration with fun, festive games and great discussion among pathology residency and fellowship program coordinators! GMEAS Council hopes this will become an annual tradition and looks forward to hosting more virtual events next year to provide timely information to members as they deal with frequent changes in administering training programs. More GMEAS resources are available in the carefully curated GMEAS Dropbox folder on the APC website at:

  • APC Shares Critical Information on New Pathology Consultation Codes
    APC hosts a Virtual Town Hall to discuss the new Pathology Consultation Codes. Chen Liu, MD, PhD,  APC’s Practice & Management Committee Chair, moderates the discussion while panelists from the College of American Pathologists and the Association of Directors of Anatomic and Surgical Pathology present a brief summary of the codes followed by an engaging discussion with the audience. High registration numbers for this event demonstrate how important the topic is to the academic pathology community. Members can still access the recording on APC’s Past Virtual Events Webpage

  • APC’s GME Committee Finalizes Seminal Report on Fellowship Recruitment 
    APC’s Graduate Medical Education Committee finalizes its work that began last year by submitting a data-driven manuscript on fellowship timelines to Academic Pathology. This paper highlights the prevalence of unexpected fellowship openings as residents are increasingly pressured to choose their subspecialty at earlier dates, and the approaches various subspecialty organizations are implementing to address these application timeline issues. This paper is currently in revision and will appear in Academic Pathology soon!
  • Pathology Department Administrators Section Hosts 2nd Annual Holiday Celebration
    PDAS Council organizes and hosts their second annual Holiday Celebration where new members are welcomed, happy PDAS memories are shared, member birthdays are celebrated, and ugly sweaters are donned. This marks one of many virtual events hosted by PDAS Council as they work tirelessly to engage their member community. Don’t forget, PDAS Council curates resources for department administrators in the PDAS Dropbox Folder!

  • Coming Soon – Future Meetings
    APC looks forward to holding the Pathology Leadership Academy on January 15-16, 2022 and a Town Hall on implementing the new eGFR equation on February 8, 2022. The APC, PRODS, PDAS, UMEDS, and GMEAS Section Councils are working diligently on developing another exciting program for the hybrid APC Annual Meeting on July 17-20, 2022, in person at the Swissôtel in Chicago, Illinois and live online via Zoom. Visit the Programs & Events webpage for the most up-to-date information. We look forward to seeing everyone again in 2022!

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Thank you!

In this season of holidays, gratitude, and reflections, we give THANKS to our members, donors, and all who serve the APC in leadership and volunteer roles. We appreciate all the work you do daily to promote and advocate for academic pathology!  – APC Staff

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The 12 Months of APC...

1. January
2. February
3. March
4. April
5. May
6. June
7. July
8. August
9. September
10. October
11. November
12. December


Thank You!

In this season of holidays, gratitude, and reflections, we give THANKS to our members, donors, and all who serve the APC in leadership and volunteer roles. We appreciate all the work you do daily to promote and advocate for academic pathology! 

– APC Staff

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