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 The ISBSTP Distinguished Achievement Award is presented to a member of the ISBSTP Society who has made significant achievements and contributions to the field of bone and soft tissue pathology and is recognized for leadership in this subdiscipline. The purpose of this award is to recognize a member of the Society who has attained extraordinary distinction and accomplishment in the field of bone and/or soft tissue pathology and whose achievements have brought benefit to the practice and care of patients with bone or soft tissue disease processes. This award is not intended to recognize lifetime achievement or longevity.

Distinguished Achievement Award

2015

Sharon W. Weiss

DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT AWARD SELECTION PROCESS

Description and Eligibility The ISBSTP Distinguished Achievement Award is presented to a member of the ISBSTP Society who has made significant achievements and contributions to the field of bone and soft tissue pathology and is recognized for leadership in this sub-discipline. The purpose of this award is to recognize a member of the Society who has attained extraordinary distinction and accomplishment in the field of bone and/or soft tissue pathology and whose achievements have brought benefit to the practice and care of patients with bone or soft tissue disease processes. This award is not intended to recognize lifetime achievement or longevity.

Frequency of Award A Distinguished Achievement Award will be bestowed annually at the discretion of the Awards Committee.

Nature of the Award The recipient will receive an award plaque and a cash gift from the ISBSTP Award, Scholarship and Education Fund.

Nomination Procedure

Award nominations will be submitted by the Awards Committee to the Executive Committee for selection.

The selection will be made by the Executive Committee based on the criteria as listed above. Particular attention will be given to the individual’s impact on the profession.

The Awards Committee must submit nominations to the Executive Committee by July 1st to enable inclusion within the Scientific Program.

Award Presentation Ceremony Presentation of the award will be made by the ISBSTP President at the annual meeting traditionally held in late February or March as a companion meeting to the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology annual meeting.

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Dr. Julie C. Fanburg-Smith

jcfsmd@gmail.com


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