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Established in 1999, for the purpose of establishing standards of excellence in education, training and experience essential for competency in toxicologic pathology, to support the education of scientists and other members of society with evolving, relevant knowledge important to the health of society, to advise governmental policy leaders on issues of toxicology and pathology, and to develop expert opinions on issues relevant to product safety. IATP promotes these educational standards by recognizing and accrediting toxicologic pathologists through a peer-review process in order to ensure the competence and experience of professional practitioners whose work affects the public welfare throughout the world.

Fellows of IATP are judged to be scientists who have achieved expert status in the practice of toxicologic pathology through scientific leadership and innovation which benefits society and their profession. Accreditation in IATP is based on formal training in pathology, demonstrated achievement, proven ability, continuing practice and expertise.

Agencies, universities and other organizations regularly seek out IATP Fellows to serve as guest lectures, panel experts, and consultants.

For questions or comments, please contact us at IATP Executive Office (iatpfellows@gmail.com) or call 856-223-5174.

Benefits of Becoming An IATP Fellow

  • Formal international accreditation of accomplishments in the field of toxicologic pathology as determined by rigorous review of credentials and professional history by an international peer expert panel. The IATP Fellow accreditation is the only organized, global recognition of career accomplishments that exists in the field of toxicologic pathology.

  • Association with highly experienced pathologists who are internationally recognized for their expertise in toxicologic pathology, and generally serve as thought leaders in the field of toxicologic pathology.

  • Organization of educational events under the auspices of IATP to enable Fellows to give back to the toxicologic pathology community, particularly to younger pathologists and pathologists in developing countries.

  • Informal consultation with IATP Fellows who are thoroughly experienced in all aspects of toxicologic pathology, and formal consultation with a subset of IATP fellows who are available for consultative engagement.

  • Participation in a forum for global harmonization of the practice of toxicologic pathology.

  • Sharing of selected lectures and educational materials as provided by other Fellows.

  • For more information on becoming an IATP Fellow Visit the How To Become A Fellow Link on the Navigation Menu.

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