Submission Deadline: July 31, 2022


This year, the DPA will provide up to six (6) conference travel awards (complimentary conference registration as well as $2,500 for US and Canadian recipients and $3,000 for international recipients) for pathology trainees* to attend #PathVisions22. 


Travel award funding is intended to defray costs of travel expenses. Recipients will be chosen based on their understanding of the impact of digital pathology and whole slide imaging on the specialty of pathology, merit of application and the value of the award to the applicant.


*A full-time (in accordance with your institution’s definition of “full-time”) graduate (MS & PhD) or medical student, resident or fellow. 


Oral or Poster submission for Pathology Visions 2022 is required to apply. 
Click the appropriate button below to submit your proposal! 



DPA membership is required to apply.   
Annual DPA membership dues are FREE for current residents, fellows, MD students and PhD candidates. 



Application submission deadline: July 31, 2022
You must log in to your DPA profile to access the form.


Travel Award for an Individual from a Developing Country 

The DPA will also provide one (1) $5,000 award to an individual from a developing country**. Not limited to trainees. 


**For a list of applicable countries, please click here. For the full 2022 World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP), click here. The report is produced by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), with inputs from the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and the five UN regional commissions. 


Oral or Poster submission for Pathology Visions 2022 is required to apply. 
Click the appropriate button above to submit your proposal.


Application submission deadline: July 31, 2022 
To apply for the developing country travel award, please click HERE. You must log in to your DPA profile (member or non-member) to access the form.

What Past Recipients Had to Say:


TageldinWhen I decided to pursue a Ph.D. in computational pathology in 2016, I did so because I was inspired to see a future where digital and computational tools revolutionize the clinical practice of anatomic pathology. Back then, this seemed like a very long-term vision; I was worried that computational pathology would remain a niche academic pursuit for tens of years. I was very wrong! Just over five years later, digital scanners are increasingly used for primary diagnosis and there's an FDA-approved algorithm for computer-aided diagnosis of prostatic carcinoma! The theme of Pathology Visions is "The future is here" -- indeed! There were so many great talks; I often had difficulty deciding between attending the concurrent clinical versus academic tracks! I had the wonderful opportunity to network with many of the influential academic, industrial, and regulatory stakeholders in digital pathology. The conference was extremely informative and well-organized, and I commend the organizing committee for bringing this together so seamlessly despite the difficulties of the COVID pandemic. I look forward to attending Pathology Visions again and again in the future. - Mohamed Amgad, MD, MSc, PhD Student; Northwestern University; 2021 Travel Award Winner


"Pathology Visions 2019 affirms that it is an exciting time for digital pathology. It is a place where technologists and pathologists can meet to get a realistic understanding of the problems and solutions on both sides of the equation. Importantly, the clinical and educational tracks allow people of any level to engage with digital pathology.  You are guaranteed  to meet both advocates and sceptics alike which provides a rich networking experience.  The quality of research presentations and posters sessions also showcased impressive applications, particularly in the context of machine learning. I think Pathology Visions is the essential annual conference to keep pace with the developments of digital pathology." - Simon Thomas, BSc MBioinf, Institute for Molecular Bioscience; 2019 Travel Award Winner


Life-changing! That’s what Pathology Visions meeting is. You will be amazed by how well doctors and engineers blend together and each one of them will look at your poster from a different point of view! You shouldn't miss Pathology Visions next year because it's offering a unique balance between academic research, community practice and industrial applications. - Christina Zioga, MD, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; 2018 Travel Award Winner



For a complete list of past recipients, please click here


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October 16-18 | Las Vegas, NV


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