By-Laws and Annual Reports

The Association is organized exclusively for the purpose of carrying out and supporting the charitable, scientific, and educational purposes (within the meaning of Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, or corresponding section of any future tax code) to promote education, research and development, and clinical practice in pathology informatics. The Association was incorporated in the state of Pennsylvania, United States of America, and follows United States laws. The Association welcomes members from international countries as well as the United States. The Association may promote and sponsor educational seminars and publications; conduct continuing medical education courses; sponsor trainee scholarships and grants; formulate standards for practice, education, and research related to pathology informatics; establish cooperative relationships with national and international organizations that have an interest in pathology informatics; and generally provide a forum for education and dissemination of knowledge about pathology informatics and related technologies.

THE BYLAWS OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR PATHOLOGY INFORMATICS, INC

2016 ByLaws Revision

Please e-mail or call Nova Smith or contact Governing Council President for specific information or comments about API By-Laws:

Nova Smith
412-445-7019
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