IATP Sponsored Awards 

 

2020 Charles Capen Trainee Award


Alix Dieterly with her award which was presented virtually during the Annual Business Meeting 

 

2019 IATP/STP Food Safety Scientific Award


Paul Snyder and John Foster present the Food Safety Award to Mimi Huang at the STP 2019 Annual Meeting

The IATP, together with the ESTP, JSTP and STP, is pleased to announce the implementation of the Food Safety Scientific Award sponsored by a grant from San-Ei Gen F.F.I.

The award recognizes a food-related poster presentation, oral presentation, or scientific publication by a young investigator or trainee. 

The successful applicant will have demonstrated achievements in food-related toxicologic pathology including but not limited to:

  • Research contributing to food additive safety as it relates to the health effects of foods and food ingredients;
  • Establishing test methods and standards that enhance the field of toxicologic pathology that are applicable to food; and/or
  • Developing new or novel uses of toxicologic pathology in food safety research.

Awards will be presented at the annual meetings of ESTP, JSTP and STP.  The award consists of a certificate and U.S. dollar market equivalent of ¥100,000.

RECEIPENTS

Aya Naiki-Ito
2019 Japanese Society of Toxicologic Pathology Meeting 

Mimi Huang
2019 Society of Toxicologic Pathology Meeting 

 

IATP/STP Trainee Award 


Paul Snyder and John Foster present the Trainee Award to Alix Dieterly at the STP 2019 Annual Meeting.

The IATP, together with the STP,  is pleased to annouce the implementation of the IATP/STP Trainee Award sponsored by a grant from Integrated Laboratory Systems.  

The award recognizes an outstanding trainee working on a career related to toxicologic pathology.  

The successful applicant must be a pathology, toxicology or toxicologic pathology trainee; a trainee is defined as an individual working on an academic degree, in a training or residency program, or in a postdoctoral training position and have demonstrated achievements in the field of toxicologic pathology including but not limited to:

  • Research contributing to public safety as it relates to the adverse health effects of xenobiotics;
  • Establishing test methods and standards that enhance the field of toxicologic pathology; and/or
  • Developing new or novel techniques or procedures applicable to toxicologic pathology practice and/or research.

The award will be given at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society of Toxicologic Pathology (STP) in Raleigh, North Carolina. The award consists of a certificate, a $1,000 cash prize and a complimentary STP student membership. 

RECEIPENTS

Alix Dieterly
2019 Society of Toxicologic Pathology Meeting