CAP@Your Service – Residents Issue – Spring 2008
The College of American Pathologists Foundation (CAPF) has awarded four outstanding residents $25,000 for advanced training in the science of pathology.
The four recipients of the 2008-09 CAPF Scholars Research Program are:
- Jennifer M. Eschbacher, MD, of the Barrow Neurological Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona
- Eldad A. Hod, MD, of Columbia University in New York City
- Jacqueline E. Payton, MD, PhD, of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri
- Stephen M. Rohan, MD, of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City
The CAPF Scholars program enables young medical investigators to develop independent and productive research careers by providing $25,000 in salary support for one year of translational research. Research and educational advances supported by the CAPF Scholars Research Program benefit both the research and clinical communities by keeping talented investigators and practicing pathologists in the “pipeline” for tomorrow’s discoveries. The program promotes talent in pathology, advances productive investigation, and encourages young pathologists to pursue academic medicine.
For more information about the CAPF Scholars Research Program or to apply for the 2009-10 award, visit
the CAP Web site. The deadline to submit an application for next year’s award is October 1, 2008.