The ASCI is an honor society of physician-scientists, those who translate findings in the laboratory to the advancement of clinical practice. Founded in 1908, the Society is home to more than 3,000 members who are in the upper ranks of academic medicine and industry.
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Results of the 2015 ballot announced

Read more about additions to the Council and election of new members

The 2015 Harrington Prize for Innovation in Medicine

The second annual Harrington Prize for Innovation in Medicine has been awarded to oncologist and researcher Douglas R. Lowy, MD, Chief, Laboratory of Cellular Oncology, and Deputy Director of the National Cancer Institute.

The 2015 Stanley J. Korsmeyer Award

Louis J. Ptáček, M.D., is the 2015 recipient of the American Society for Clinical Investigation’s Stanley J. Korsmeyer Award for research leading to the development of the field of ion channel defects, known commonly as channelopathies.

The ASCI Interviews

We continue our interview series with ASCI members with two new interviews: Dr. Michael Schwartz,  of the University of Washington, and Dr. Susan Wall, of Emory University.

The ASCI and advocacy

The ASCI is a member society of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, the Coalition for the Life Sciences, and Research!America. These organizations work to promote increased federal funding and sound science policy through direct Congressional advocacy and member participation.