Pathologist in Training
Trainee Members must be enrolled in pathology or equivalent professional training program, recognized by the Academy, leading towards qualification for Regular Member status. They are voting members and can participate on committees and in the official business of the Academy.
Member discounts of over 25% on live meetings in USCAP’s Interactive Center and Destination courses, year-round learning with elite USCAP faculty that teaches all subspecialties of anatomic pathology
Membership also provides discounted pricing of over 25% off at our award-winning Annual Meeting. Navigate exhibit halls, platform sessions, short courses, and more where you can reinvent yourself as the pathologist you want to be.
TRANSITIONAL MEMBER RATES FOR AN EASY TRANSITION TO PRACTICING
Current trainee members qualify for our transitional dues program as you move from Trainee to regular member. Dues for the first year in practice are $100, the second year $150, and the third and subsequent years $325. This benefit is only available to current Trainee members.
COMPLIMENTARY MEMBERSHIP TO IAP
As a member of USCAP, you are automatically enrolled as a member of the International Academy of Pathology (IAP).
“When I was approached about sharing my experience with USCAP, I didn’t hesitate as the academy has helped shape my career.
USCAP is an exceptional resource for anyone interested in pathology from medical students, trainees, and pathologists (community and academic) alike. More specifically, USCAP offers a plethora of educational courses both on-site via interactive microscopy sessions (I highly recommend as they sell out fast for a reason!), on-demand lectures via the USCAP website, as well as intangible career building programs geared toward strengthening professional leadership skills. In addition, the successful USCAP mentorship program pairs trainees and junior pathologists with senior pathology leaders; a program which has greatly influenced my career. Finally, USCAP offers a platform for expanding your social network by creating long-lasting relationships with pathologists from around the world. Priceless.
John Gross, MD
First Year Practicing Pathologist
Member Since 2015
“As a pathology trainee, I have attended USCAP every year and presented at the annual meeting. I was so impressed at the Palm Springs interactive microscopy course that I decided to pursue a fellowship in Dermatopathology. I believe that USCAP holds the highest prestige and standards for pathology conferences, and the abstracts and presentations are of high quality. I wish to engage trainees in US/Canadian pathology programs as well as community practicing pathologists and pathologists in underserved regions such as Central India and middle eastern countries such as Oman to be actively involved and participate in USCAP activities and courses. “
Arjun Mehta, MD
St. Paul’s Hospital, University of British Columbia
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