Chinese American Pathologists Association (CAPA)
2016 CAPA-MOTICBEST ABSTRACT AWARD
On behalf of the Chinese American Pathologists Association (CAPA), we are delighted to announce the 2016 CAPA-Motic Best Abstract Award for practicing pathologists and pathologists-in-training in China.
CAPA’s major missions are to promote excellence in practice, education and research in pathology, as well as advocacy on behalf of Chinese pathologists. The objectives of this Best Abstract Award are to encourage and reward outstanding research contributions by pathologists in China, and to foster the communication and collaboration among pathologists practicing in China and those in the CAPA community. Please visit our website at www.capaht.org for more information.
1. First-authored abstract(s) by a practicing pathologist or pathologist-in-training in China are qualified to be considered. Abstracts should be new and have not been presented in any previous meetings. All abstracts have to be submitted in English using the abstract format for the USCAP Annual Meeting, which include the title, authors, institution, background, design, results and conclusions. The body of the abstract (background, design, results and conclusions) should not exceed 350 words. Submission or acceptance for presentation at the USCAP Annual Meeting is not required.
2. One individual can submit more than one abstracts, but no more than one award will be given to the same person.
3. One of the authors of the abstract must be present at the 14th CAPA Annual Business Meeting, on March 12th, in Seattle, to receive the award. Otherwise the abstract will be automatically disqualified for the award.
Submit your abstract(s) to Dr. GuopingCai by email at email@example.com,the Chair of the Selection Committee for CAPA-Motic Best Abstract Award. The deadline for abstract submission is Friday, January 8, 2016.
Abstracts will be reviewed by members of the Selection Committee who are blinded to the names of authors and institutions. Each abstract will be scored independently by five reviewers. Abstracts with the highest average scores/ranks will be selected as the winners. There will be one winner for the first place, two for the second place, and three for the third place. We will notify the winners before the end of January 2016. One of the authors of the abstract must present at the 14th CAPA Annual Business Meeting, on March 12th, in Seattle to receive the award. Otherwise the abstract will be automatically disqualified for the award at the time of meeting.
The awards will be presented to the winners on March 12, 2016 at the CAPA Annual Business Meeting during the upcoming 2016 USCAP Annual Meeting in Seattle, Washington, United States, March 12-18, 2016. Each winner will receive a certificate with his/her name, a cash award, and recognition on the CAPA website. The winners must be present at the CAPA Annual Business Meeting in person to receive the award.
Marilyn Bui, Professor of Pathology, Department of Anatomic Pathology, Moffitt Cancer Center
GuopingCai, Associate Professor of Pathology, Yale School of Medicine
Wenqing Cao, Associate Professor of Pathology, New York University Langone Medical Center
Beiyun Chen, Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Mayo Clinic at Minnesota
XiaohuaQian, Associate Professor of Pathology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Lanjing Zhang, Associate Professor, University Medical Center of Princeton/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Chen Zhou, Associate Professor of Pathology, BC Cancer Agency/University of British Columbia