College of American Pathologists

  Benefits for Residents


Junior membership is free! This is your personal invitation to join THE Pathologists’ Organization™.

The CAP is the only organization designed exclusively for pathology residents.

Why is it free? The CAP believes in you as the future of the profession. The College supports free membership for all pathology residents to promote knowledge sharing, career advancement, and the overall success of the profession.

The Latest News—All in one Place!
Every month, you’ll receive the best-read magazine in lab medicine, CAP TODAY, to stay abreast of all the latest news.

Peer-Reviewed, Scientific Journal
You’ll also receive a monthly subscription to Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, featuring original articles by and for pathologists.

Special Grants and Award Opportunities
You’ll be eligible to apply for six different grants and awards from the CAP Foundation.

CAP’s Online Career Center
You’ll have access to an exclusive listing of job opportunities and fellowships!

Discounts on Timely Publications and Education
In addition to deep discounts, several publications are available to CAP members only for FREE download! Take advantage of discounts as high as 50 percent off the nonmember price for select education activities. Don’t miss the low junior member fee for the annual meeting.

Leadership Opportunities
Be a part of shaping the future of pathology! You’ll be eligible to serve on the CAP’s committees and councils and have representation on the Board of Governors. Also, be part of the CAP’s Residents Forum!

Plus more

  • Networking opportunities and development of professional relations
  • "Members only" access to resources on the CAP Web site
  • CAP Membership Directory
  • Professional Relations Manual

Physicians are eligible for junior membership if they are actively enrolled in, or have completed, a formal training program in pathology toward the qualifications of the American Board of Pathology, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, or the American Osteopathic Board of Pathology.


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