PAPS Fundraising Event For Children In Pakistan With Thalassemia
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Pakistani-American Pathologists' Society is a non-profit organization established to serve as a model platform to enhance the educational and professional development of Pakistani descent pathologists trained in USA, building collaborations among the institutions in USA and Pakistan, facilitating the mentorship of medical students, residents and fellows as well as new graduates; and providing a networking platform for the exchange of innovative ideas.
The Pakistani-American Pathologists' Society is dedicated to addressing diversity and inclusion. We are continuously working towards increasing representation of Pakistani Pathologists in North America. Help us by becoming a member today and expand our efforts by providing mentorship to support careers and expand research in the area of healthcare disparities.
Our society is strengthened by core values, aims and future ideals established upon its creation. Read more about the society's legislation and vision for the future.
Our organization appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making Pakistani-American Pathologists' Society an even better Non-Profit Organization than it already is. We want to provide you with the correct and appropriate information pertaining to your mode of support, so don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions.
A message from our President
It is a great honor to serve as the founding President of the Pakistani-American Pathologists' Society (PAPS). I am humbled that you have put your trust in my ability to lead this society, and am inspired by the extremely talented pool of pathologists that make up our membership.
This society was long overdue; however, it seems that this was the right time, the right moment in history where a group of amazing pathologists (aspiring, in-training, and established) gained critical mass for the society to be formed. Our vision is to create a sense of community. Like many of you, I struggled to find the right resources while applying for residency, needed support in the early years of training, and mentorship and guidance when looking for a job. My vision for PAPS includes a strong platform for education, mentorship and networking – addressing most (if not all) problem faced by budding pathologists and those in practice.