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    Resident Physicians

    Pathology residents from the University of Iowa are special guests at the IAP Fall Meeting each November. IAP membership is free and automatic for all residents.

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    IAP Fall Dinner

    At the IAP Fall Dinner every November, Iowa pathologists hear scientific presentations and reconnect with colleagues around the state.

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    Educating Pathologists

    The College of American Pathologists and Iowa Association of Pathologists strive to provide pathologists with highly focused training in emerging areas of science and technology resulting in excellence in patient outcomes.

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    Advocating for Pathologists and Patients

    IAP advocates the interests of pathologists in federal and state legislative and regulatory arenas. The IAP advocates accountable, high-quality, and cost-effective patient care.  It also represents pathologists’ interests in the private sector, working with insurers and other health care organizations to ensure the best patient care and laboratory services and ...

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    Serving Iowa Pathologists and Their Patients

    The Iowa Association of Pathologists, the leading organization of board-certified pathologists, serves patients, pathologists, and the public by fostering and advocating excellence in the practice of pathology and laboratory medicine in Iowa.

 

Members of the IAP Board of Directors at the IAP Annual Dinner in 2017 at the Coralville Marriott. Pictured are (from left); Joseph Eaton, DO; Bryan Steussy, MD; Ramona Thompson, MD; Jonathan Thompson, MD, Clinton Crowder, MD  and Jamie Weydert, MD.

Thank you for your support of the Iowa Association of Pathologists.