Qualifications for Membership

The Arthur Purdy Stout Society of Surgical Pathologists is composed of pathologists dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and practice of surgical pathology. Surgical pathology is defined as the practice of medicine devoted to the diagnosis of disease based on observable cellular and tissue changes in specimens removed from living patients.


Eligibility

Any pathologist who:

is actively engaged in the practice of surgical pathology and/or an associated subspecialty of surgical pathology and demonstrates an ongoing commitment to furthering excellence in academic surgical pathology
  • is certified by the American Board of Pathology, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Anatomic Pathology or an equivalent foreign specialty board acceptable to the Membership Committee
  • is five years after Board certification
  • is actively engaged in the practice of surgical pathology and/or an associated subspecialty of surgical pathology and demonstrates an ongoing commitment to furthering excellence in academic surgical pathology

Dues Information

Arthur Purdy Stout Society membership dues are $60.00 + $399.00 for a yearly subscription to the American Journal of Surgical Pathology = $459.00. Only international members have the option of omitting the AJSP subscription fee. Dues should be paid by November 15th to ensure on-time receipt of the January issue of the AJSP. Checks should be made payable to the society and mailed to the treasurer or paid now using PayPal at the end of the membership application.

Sarah Dry, MD

Professor, Department of Pathology, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine

10833 Le Conte Ave. CHS 13-145, Los Angeles, CA 90095

Bylaws

Click HERE to view/download the APSS current bylaws

TO APPLY ONLINE CLICK HERE

About the Arthur Purdy Stout Society

The Arthur Purdy Stout Society of Surgical Pathologists is composed of pathologists dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and practice of surgical pathology. Surgical pathology is defined as the practice of medicine devoted to the diagnosis of disease based on observable cellular and tissue changes in specimens removed from living patients.

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Contact Us

President

Laura Collins, M.B.B.S., Professor of Pathology

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center 

lcollins@bidmc.harvard.edu 

For questions about membership or the website contact
Melinda Incorvaia• MIncorvaia@mednet.ucla.edu


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