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Recipients will be awarded a grant to help defray costs associated with attending the ACVP Annual Meeting. Submission of a poster or platform presentation at the Annual Meeting is required. Please note that receipt of an ACVP travel award does not imply that an abstract will be accepted for a presentation at the meeting. Nominees must be currently enrolled in a full-time veterinary pathology residency program and/or graduate program in veterinary pathology or a related discipline in the U.S. or Canada, and have a demonstrated interested in ACVP board certification. Application packets should be submitted by July 1.
The American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP) and the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD) encourage trainees in veterinary pathology to participate in the annual meetings of both organizations. The ACVP Diagnostic Pathology Travel Award is available to graduate students and/or residents in veterinary pathology for participation in the annual meeting of the AAVLD. More information is available here.
The Harold W. Casey Scholarship Award annually recognizes and rewards an outstanding individual training in pathology and striving to achieve ACVP certification.
Awards are given at the ACVP Annual Meeting to young investigators, primarily veterinarians in pathology training programs, with the highest quality abstracts and poster presentations on experimental or naturally occurring disease. More information is available here.
The Latin Comparative Pathology Group (LCPG) encourages veterinary professionals currently residing in Latin America with a strong interest in veterinary pathology, including trainees, postdocs, graduate students, and junior faculty, to participate and present their research work and network with colleagues at the ACVP, AAVLD, or STP meeting. More information is available here.
The William Inskeep II Scholarship Award has been established by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP) to recognize a veterinary student attending the Colorado State University, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, who has an interest in pursuing a career in veterinary pathology.
This list of educational and training opportunities outside of ACVP sponsorship targets various educational levels.
To address the growing deficit of veterinary pathologists in industry, academia and government, the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP) and the Society of Toxicologic Pathology (STP) have formed a coalition tasked with increasing the training opportunities in veterinary pathology. The success of this industry-academia-government collaborative effort is critical for serving the needs of the biomedical community while serving as a model for other research-oriented specialties with similar shortages of highly qualified specialists.