Trainee Best Abstract Award

Submissions for 2020 are now CLOSED.  

     2020 Awards will be announced at:
     HPHS business meeting at USCAP annual meeting
     Noon, Sunday, March 1st 2020
     (Immediately following the HPHS Companion Society Meeting 8:30am-Noon)
     Los Angeles Convention Center, 502 A

The HPHS Trainee Award is a monetary award given each year at the USCAP meeting for best abstract.

Please follow the instructions carefully as the form must include all authors plus their “title/training level”, and institution. The submitting trainee must be the first author (or in rare instances it is acceptable for the trainee to be listed as the senior author). The abstracts must be submitted as a Word document. At least one of the authors must be a paid regular HPHS member. An email confirming abstract receipt will be sent to the submitting author. If the confirmatory email is not received, please inquire with the HPHS Education Chairperson, Dr. Daniela Allende (allendd@ccf.org).

HPHS is very committed to supporting the growth and development of all liver pathologists in training. Our abstract review process has undergone a substantial evolution to assure transparency, and to facilitate unbiased judgement based on academic merit and/or clinical practice impact. We are delighted to equally consider all abstracts. Please encourage all participating trainees to stay for the USCAP HPHS annual business meeting immediately following the HPHS Companion Meeting, as winners will be announced, and certificates and monetary prizes will be distributed.

Additional questions can be directed to Chair of the Education Committee: Dr. Daniela Allende at allendd@ccf.org.

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