Dr. Bangchen Wang Receives USCAP Pathologist-in-Training Travel Award

Duke Pathology fourth-year resident Bangchen Wang, MD, PhD, received a $1,000 Pathologist-in-Training Travel Award for his abstract (supervised by David Howell, MD, PhD) submitted to the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP). He will present his work at the USCAP 2024 Annual Meeting from March 23-28, 2024, in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Matthew Kuhar, chair of the USCAP Resident Advisory Committee, nominated Wang.

Wang is also invited to attend the Foundation Reception to meet the Foundation Committee members, other travel award recipients, and major donors to the Foundation. 

Wang has received wide recognition of excellent work:

The largest gathering of pathologists in the world, USCAP’s Annual Meeting showcases groundbreaking research and features world-renowned pathology experts. Keynote speakers in 2024 include Julia A. Bridge, MD, who will deliver a lecture titled “Integration of Molecular Testing in Pathology Practice: Embracing the Choices;” and Eric Green, MD, PhD, who will give a talk titled “Creating the Fourth Chapter of Human Genomics.”

This year, the meeting offers more than 70 short courses, ranging from Companion Society meetings to Interactive Microscopy. Learn more about the meeting here.